Enjoy a fantastic day tour from Seville. Get to know Jerez de la Frontera, its amazing horses and an authentic sherry bodega. The tour continues in Cadiz, one of Spain´s hidden gems. A perfect tour to combine culture and wine with a superb horse dance show and an introduction to the famous Sherry wines of Jerez de la Frontera
What we like most about this tour:
- Most efficient way to combine 3 great experiences in 1
- One of Spain´s must-do activities: horse dance show
- No need to worry about driving from Seville
- Learn about how sherry is produced and taste different styles of sherry wine at a great bodega
- Fall in love with the beauty of Cadiz
After less than 1-hour comfortable bus ride from Seville, you will enjoy the quintessence of Andalusian culture in Jerez de la Frontera, a very important historical, cultural and economic city In Spain, somehow forgotten by many tourists.
Few shows offer a more magical experience than the one provided by the beautiful white Andalusian horses when they show off all their tricks while classical music plays along.
Few people know that Jerez de la Frontera is home to the Andalusian horse culture and also to the famous sherry wines produced at wineries that resemble cathedrals. Sherry wines (Jerez in Spanish) offers a wide variety of wines and is a living testimony of history of British entrepreneurs in the South of Spain. You will enjoy sherry culture at one of Jerez´s most important bodegas.
The tour ends with a visit to Cadiz, probably Europe´s oldest city. Romantic, mysterious, Cadiz was home of Spain´s first constitution (La Pepa, signed in 1812) and a vibrant trade port for centuries (on the 18th century it accounted for 75% of Spain´s trade with America)
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Enjoy a winer tour to Tio Pepe, Gonzalez Byass, one of Spain´s top wineries and a must-do visit in Jerez de la Frontera. You will be able to visit the monumental winery facility and taste its famous wines known all over the world.
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