Activities & things to do in Andalusia
With close to 320 days of sun in a year, Andalusia is logically a top destination for sunseekers. But Andalusia has so much to offer besides its beaches: adventure activities like kite surfing or killer wahle watching, winery visits in Ronda or Jerez de la Frontera, bird spotting in Doña Ana, cultural visits in Granada, Seville or Cordoba... and of course all its Fiestas. Easter in Seville, the Malaga Fair or the Carnival in Cadiz to mention just a few.
A self-driven itinerary to enjoy Jerez de la Frontera famous wineries. With our winery pass you will visit 2 of the best local wineries in Jerez. This is a very simple way to book your winery visits and tastings in Jerez. This Andalusian town is world famous due to the production of Sherry wines. At less than an hour drive from Seville (train is also available) you can book the winery pass and enjoy 2 guided winery visits in English. Both wineries will include tasting of different sherry wines
You will be able to visit the monumental winery facility and taste its famous wines. The story of this legendary winery dates back to 1835, when Manuel María González Ángel reached Jerez. That year he acquired a winery and began producing and exporting their wines. González joined his agent in England, Robert Blake Byass. Gonzalez-Byass was born. The company remains family-owned and Tio Pepe is highlighted among its wineries in Jerez. We have to recall as well their Soberano and Lepanto Brandy brands
Thanks to this walking tapas tour, you’ll be able to discover the special and fascinating tapas culture that Spain has to offer. You will get to visit various authentic tapas bars where you will learn about the Spanish culture and traditions while enjoying tapas and drinks. Thanks to the knowledgeable guide, you won’t have to squeeze your way through the crowds in the bars, the only thing you need to do is relax and enjoy. This is the perfect way to get to know Madrid’s local gastronomy. The first drink and tapa at the bar are included