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Winery tour - La Mancha mills and Toledo

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Come an discover Don Quixote’s windmills in La Mancha, an award winning winery and a delicious lunch in a beautiful restaurant located in a 13th century cave or in a traditional clay workshop. During the afternoon, you’ll be able to visit the city of Toledo and two or three monuments: the Cathedral and a Synagogue or the much known painting “Burial of Count Orgaz” by El Greco. This tour can have a maximum of seven people, each group containing around four people

Highlights

Get four great experiences in one trip

- You’ll get to learn all about wine production and get to do some wine tasting, all this led by a wine expert (you can also get a one on one tour with the owner of the winery himself).

- Discover the famous windmills from Cevantes timeless novel: Don Quixote

- You’ll also be able to lunch in lovely restaurant located in an ancient cave in a traditional pottery workshop. There you’ll get to taste La Mancha’s traditional foods.

- On your drive towards the city, you’ll be able to admire Toledo’s beautiful landscapes and visit two or three monuments.

Included

- A friendly wine tour guide form the day

- Transportation in a minivan or car

- A visit to Don Quixote’s windmills and castle

- A winery tour and wine tasting (four award winning wines)

- A lovey meal in one of the local restaurants set in a 13th century cave or in traditional pottery workshop. A vegetarian option is available

- A visit to Toledo and its monuments: The Cathedral, the Synagogue or El Greco’s “Burial of Count Orgaz” (entry fees are incuded).

- Complimentary water

Excluded

- Anything not mentioned in the ´Included" section

- Tips for the guide


Please Note

BOOKING AND PAYMENT
You can make your reservationYou can reserve your spot by clicking BOOK and selecting the date, the number of people you wish to join. You have the option of making this tour private. If you wish to do so, you’ll need to click on the arrow next to “optional extras” and select 1 as the quantity. To proceed to the payment, click on “book now”.

Deposit option

If you book this tour in advance, you have to option of paying a 30% deposit to reserve your spot. If you wish to do so, please contact us by clicking on “make an inquiry” and we will send you a payment link where you’ll be able to make your deposit safely.

Payment with Amex card

Payment with Amex is not possible through your website. If you wish to pay with your Amex card, please contact us.

Promotional code

When booking a tour with us, you will receive a promotional code to use on another “from Madrid” guided tour (Segovia, Ribera Del Duero, Toledo and La Mancha). You will get 10% discount when you book a second tour. You can use this code on page 3/5 during the booking process.

Cancellation

If you cancel 30 days before the beginning of your trip, 15% of the total costs will be deducted. For cancellations within 29 to 8 days before the start of the trip, 30% of the total costs will be charged. The first day of your trip will be non-refundable if you cancel 7days or less prior the start of the tour. We do advise that you consider buying trip cancellation/travel insurance.

Is this tour for me?

The tour you will take will be completely different than the usually bus tours. You’ll get to explore and discover so much more than just Toledo itself. For the smaller groups, the senior guide will take you through Spain’s history, show you La Mancha’s traditional food and explain precisely how wine is made in this particular area of Spain (which has the world’s largest vineyard!).
The tour will start in the La Mancha region where you’ll be able to admire the Don Quixote windmills and maybe, depending on the date, you will be able to tour them.
After this, you will go on and visit a beautiful winery, learn about its production and taste some award winning wines. All this with the company and knowledge of an expert from the winery or even the owner himself, if he is available.

Your lunch will be served in a truly unique location, in a 13th century cave or in a traditional pottery workshop. There we will have had selected a traditional meal for you, with a menu including quality food coming from La Mancha. This meal you will a truly delicious and special one.


Next on the list would be Toledo. You’ll be able to enjoy a lovely drive around the city of Toledo to admire the beautiful sceneries to see Toledo at its finest. Once in the city, you will take a walk through the old town and see where the Hebrew, Catholic and Muslim cultures co-existed, leaving beautiful heritage. You’ll get to visit two or three monuments, like the Cathedral, one of the most beautiful in Spain, and also the Synagogue.


I would like to say a massive thank you to the company and especially to Raul and David for the excellent tours to Segovia and Toledo. You guys went above and beyond! You guys are true ambassadors of Spain! Thank you very much!
-Farlon (Malaysia)

A tour does not get any better than this. Picked up at our hotel by the smart and informative guide, who speaks perfect English, then whisked away to a micro-brewery and excellent vineyard, plus an extravagant lunch in a cave, and on to wonderful Toledo! The places were amazing, but I think the best part of the day was meeting our guidel, the energetic folks (beer artists) at the brewery, and the charming young owner at the winery. So far, my favorite Spain experience!
-Creekinwa (Seattle)

Fantastic tour! Tour guide Raul was a delight! His knowledge of the area and of Spanish history and art was exceptional. Winery tour one on one with the owner, with so much to see, learn and taste! Unique and interesting restaurants and Spanish cuisine. Do not miss the El Greco Museum. I travel all over the world and this was one of the best tours I have ever taken.
-Marie Ann (New Mexico)

Our guide, was excellent - his English was superb, he was very knowledgeable about the history and about wine, he had a good sense of humor, and he was very flexible and accommodating, no matter what we asked".
-Tom (Virginia)

My wife and I had a wonderful experience. Our all day tour included a very personal tour of a winery by the third generation family owner. The tasting was great and we ordered a case of their red wine for delivery back to the US. The charming restaurant selected for our lunch was picture perfect. Located in a small Spanish village near the old Danish windmills in the La Mancha region, the restaurant served up an unbelievable menu of fish, meat, vegetables and more wine. We recommend this tour to anyone desiring an escape from the larger city environments. Our tour was day-long and we were able to see a tremendous variety of landscapes, villages and country culinary experiences.
-Rick (United States)

What an absolutely perfect day! I highly recommend this as something different to do on your visit to Spain. We were picked up at our hotel at 8:00am by our guide; his English is excellent and he made us feel immediately welcome. We drove out of town towards La Mancha and the town of Consuegra. Before we drove up to see the windmills we stopped at a tiny café in the town for a great cup of coffee. Then it was up to the windmills which were really cool; you can even walk inside one and see the inner workings and the views from the top which were beautiful. Then it was on to a family-owned winery where we got a private tour from the owner. He let us taste several wines right out of the casks which was a nice touch. Then into the tasting room for some amazing wines and snacks. We then headed to lunch at an absolutely beautiful restaurant built right in a cave. The food was awesome and it was one of the most unique restaurants I have ever been too. Finally we headed to the town of Toledo. We went up to the top of the town for some photos of some of the most amazing views on our trip. We then drove down to the city to explore and see some more monuments including El Greco's painting "The Burial of the Count of Orgaz:. If you haven't been to Toledo, I HIGHLY recommend it. It is small and quaint and much less crowded than either Madrid or Barcelona. Finally, we stopped to enjoy a beer and do a little people-watching before heading back to our hotel in Madrid.
-Julien (Dallas)

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