Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Bodega Diez Merito
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Bodegas Diez Meritos are one of the most renowned producers of Sherry and no visit to Jerez de la Frontera would be complete without a visit to their iconic wine cellars, one of the landmarks of this city of wine. In this fascinating guided tour, you’ll explore the bodegas in the company of an expert sherry specialist as you learn all about the different processes going towards the production of this liquid gold and then get to try some for yourself.
The bodegas are located in a magnificent building dating back to the 1790s, the Bodegas Bertemati, named after one of its first owners the Marques de Misa. In this guided visit to the cellar, we’ll visit the different patios, gardens and the impressive cellar here the wine is aged in massive oak barrels. It is here that one of the world’s oldest wines is kept, the prestigious Fino Imperial, whose supports and nurseries date back to 1876.
One of our resident experts will tell you all about the complex process known as solera through which the wines and brandies are produced. Then at the end of the tour you will have the opportunity to sample three different Sherries from the cellars for yourself. A must for all wine lovers!
Start/opening time: Tuesday to Sunday at11am and 12.30pm.
End/closing time: 4pm.
Languages: english,Spanish or german.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Bodegas tradition
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: The visit will start with the explanation of the production of wines of jerez de qualified insurance and then guided visit to collection of Spanish painting from the XV to the 19th century.
Bodegas: Bodegas tradition was born with the main objective of respect and valorize the noble old sherries and brandy de Jerez, using traditional development procedures so much fame have given to our denomination for centuries.
The implementation of this project arises from the illusion of continuing the family tradition of one of the wineries of greater antiquity of Jerez, with more than three hundred fifty years of history. Our origins are connected with the legendary Mark CZ - contraction of the surnames of Arnada and Zarco - head, considered the oldest in Jerez.
Tasting 3 wines V.O.R.S (Oloroso, Amontillado, Palo Cortado, more than 30 years certified by the C.Regulador of the D.Origen, Very Old Rare Sherry) commentary, 1 wine Pedro Ximénez VÓS and 2 Brandy Solera Gran Reserva Gold and Platinum. Art Gallery: The Pinacoteca of Bodegas tradición consists of a selection of works belonging to the Joaquin Rivero collection of Spanish painting. From June 2006 onwards, a ship of the winery, after a laborious job of conditioning, host permanently as important works, so any visitor can enjoy them.
The collection Joaquin Rivero is one of the most important ones that are exposed in Andalusia. It has as a fundamental feature that brings together more than 300 works of great masters of Spanish painting in a private art collection that covers the 15th to the 19th century.
All the artistic movements of importance that have been taking place throughout the history of Spanish painting, as well as the authors who by their own significance make up the art scene of the time are represented on it: Zurbarán, Velázquez, Hiepes, Labrador, Valdés Leal, Goya, Maella, Lucas Velázquez, Madrazo, Lucas Villamil, Carlos de Haes and many other authors that will allow our visitors to stroll through the history of Spain through his painting.
All these masters and their works, are exposed in the gallery a selection that will rotate to allow our visitors the possibility to admire the entirety of the collection, and to enjoy our wines and brandies.
Start/opening time: Monday to Friday: 09:00am to 6:30pm (except holidays). Saturday (March-June): from 10:00am to 2.00pm. Summer (July-August): 08:00am to 3.00pm. Wednesday in summer visit at 7.00pm.
Languages: English, Spanish, German, Italian and French under request.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Cadiz hop on-hop off bus
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Discover the best sites in Cadiz from an open-top double-decker panoramic bus. Once a launching point for ships sailing across the Ocean to the New World, the 3,000-year old city of Cadiz is now famous for the picturesque, Southern-Spanish charm of its old central quarter.
This Hop On Hop Off tour provides twelve convenient stops to visit the town’s beautiful medieval Cathedral, the Central quarter enclosed within the City walls and the bay area. It is available daily at regular intervals of approximately 30 minutes, from 10:00 am.
The loop’s duration is of 60 minutes and the meeting point is located in the Plaza San Juan de Dios. Some of the buses are wheelchair accessible. You can choose the stops where you hop off the bus and then get back on from any of the other bus stops, as suits.
Your ticket will be valid for 24 hours. A guided walking tour is also included, starting at 2.15pm from bus stop n. 10, in Alameda Apodaca.
A Night Bus Tour is included only in July and August (departures from 22:00 to 23:00 from the n. 5 bus stop, at Victoria Beach), and a Constitutional Bus Tour is also included, starting at 7.15pm (autumn - winter, 5pm) from bus stop No.1 (main bus stop). The latter consists of a guided tour with no stops, during which an English-speaking guide takes you through all there is to know about the town and its historic sites.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Cadiz tri-millennial walking route
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Walking through Cadiz is to wander through the ages. As Europe’s longest continuously inhabited city, it offers visitors a wealth of attractions. This two-hour guided tour offers a fascinating introduction to this hidden gem of a city.
Some 3,000 years ago, when the Phoenicians settled in this peninsula jutting out into the Atlantic, they gave it the name Gadir, which meant ‘walled stronghold’. The Romans called it Gades and the Moors named it Quadis. This morning walk will stroll through the remains of all those periods to the present.
You will stroll from the City Hall to La Caleta, a beautiful city centre beach that has a white pier. Nearby are the castles of Santa Catalina and San Sebastian, which date from when Cadiz was an important bulwark protecting the Spanish Empire.
Our walking tour through these three millennia of history will take us through the medieval Populo district, passing the baroque beauty of the Admiral’s House and the old cathedral, which before that was a mosque. Then we’ll move to the awe-inspiring square dominate by the new cathedral to learn all about its little quirks.
Visual and sensory treats await at the colourful and fragrant Plaza de las Flores and the nearby market. From there, we will make our way to the commercial hub to admire palaces, churches and historic homes. There will also be – if there is no event taking place – a visit to the casino, an intricate example of neo-Arabesque architecture from the mid-19th century.
Meeting/ Pick up point: Tourist office at Paseo de Canalejas.
Duration: two hours.
Start or opening time: Monday to Friday at 10am.
Languages:
English, Spanish, German, French and Italian.
Others: Children must be accompanied. Please present your voucher to ensure the visit.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Fighting Bulls of Los Alburejos
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Come and visit the impressive Los Alburejos estate, deep in the rolling Andalusian countryside. This farm, owned by the Domecq family, is home to the renowned Torrestrella fighting bulls and magnificent Andalusian thoroughbred horses. You'll learn all about the life of the fighting bulls and dancing horses roaming free in the beautiful Andalusian countryside. Then savour some fine sherry as you relax in the estate's beautiful gardens.
Los Albarejos is a large estate and stud, located in a stunning location between the Atlantic and the the Mediterranean, just outside the ancient settlement of Medina Sidionia. In this morning tour you'll have time to learn all about the famous Torrestrella fighting bulls. You'll be able to see these magnificent animals roaming free. You'll also get to meet the stud bulls along with the cows and calves and visit the Virgen del Recuerdo indoor bullring. Learn all about the world-famous Andalusian thoroughbred horses and tour the stables, tack room and paddocks where you'll see the horses and their foals. Watch the skilled riders and their horses performing classical and Andalusian dressage. Then sip a sherry from the farm's beautiful terrace as you gaze out over miles and miles of open countryside the sea glimmering in the distance.
Meeting/ Pick up point: Road A-396 Km 1.
Start or opening time: 11.30am.
End or closing time: 1pm.
Languages: English / Spanish / German / Italian / French.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Gonzalez Byass bodega tour
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Taste some of the best sherries in the world and learn how they are made with a visit to one of the top bodegas in Jerez. This beautiful baroque city is only up the road from the Costa de la Luz and you will be able to cap off the two-hour tour with tastings of Shakespeare’s favourite tipple. We will visit the Gonzalez Byass winery, where the world-famous Tio Pepe sherry is produced. Learn about the different types of this fortified wine: the crisp, dry fino; nutty amontillado; salty manzanilla; and dark, pungent oloroso.
The sherries produced in this bodega are made from the finest Palomino grapes, which results in a young wine that is meticulously blended with mature ones. This process ‘freshens’ the older wines while also adding character to the younger ones. They are then stored in old oak barrels and left it for at least three-and-a-half years in beautiful, cathedral-like bodegas. Brandy is also produced in the Gonzalez Byass bodegas.
There are many fine traditions associated with sherry but perhaps the quaintest is that of remunerating Britain’s Poet Laureate with a sack of sherry (the equivalent of 720 bottles). When Carol Ann Duffy, the latest holder of that centuries-old title, learned of the perk, she headed straight to Jerez de la Frontera… and penned an ode to sherry that begins: ‘Who wouldn't feel favoured,/ at the end of a week’s labour,/ to receive as part-wages,/ a pale wine that puts the mouth in mind of the sea...’

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Horsemanship exhibition at Yeguada de la Cartuja
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Watch in wonderment as Carthusian horses perform in the very location where they have been bred for centuries. This visit to the historic Yeguada de la Cartuja stud farm at Hierro del Bocado, just outside of Jerez, includes a guided tour through the facilities before climaxing with a stunning demonstration of free running colts of different ages, of carriages, a ‘cobra’ of breeding mares, dressage and much more.
The Yeguada de la Cartuja is located on the grounds of a former Carthusian monastery where the monks began breeding horses in the 15th century. The baroque and Renaissance buildings offer a breathtaking backdrop to this sophisticated activity. The essential aim of the stud is to preserve the genetic heritage of this lineage and to contribute to the improvement of the Andalusian horse. The beauty and strength of the animals coupled with the stunning surrounding are some of the qualities that have given immense international prestige and local pride to this stud. See the stallion yard, the harness room and coach-houses and the mare barn. Watch a show in the covered ring for free-running colts, classical dressage and more.
On arrival, enjoy a reception before commencing your tour of facilities. See the central patio, the clinic and surgery room, the mare stall, the harness room, the carriages and more. About an hour later, admire the awe-inspiring exhibition of horsemanship in the main arena, gasp at the elegance of the dressage, the free-running colts and more.
Meeting point: Carretara Medina-El Portal km 6,5, Jerez de la Frontera.
Start/opening time: The exhibition programme starts at 11am.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Isla Magica
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: The Isla Magica theme park recreates the golden age of Seville in the 16th century, when the city was at the peak of its powers and it was the gateway to Europe for goods from the Americas, Africa and Asia. There are eight themed areas and 26 rides – plenty to keep you occupied on what promises to be a rip-roaring action-packed day in Spain’s hottest city.
As its name implies, Magic Island is a place where reality and fantasy merge. Each themed area boasts its own thrills and spills. Seville, Gateway to the Indies has six rides, including the incredibly entertaining ‘lake balls’, three shows, four restaurants and two shops. Maya World has two rides, two attractions and a shop. Gateway to America has five rides, a lakeside amphitheatre, a fortress, six restaurants and more. Amazonia has five rides, including the epic Jaguar roller-coaster with its string of 360° loops. The Pirates’ Hideout, the centrepiece of which is a massive galleon, has two rides, two shows and four restaurants among its attractions. At El Dorado there are two rides, including Flight of the Falcon, and the cool Condor Circus. The futuristic Metropolis Spain has three rides, two diners and a shop. For children, there’s The Fountain of Youth area, which has six rides and a theatre.
As well as rides and attractions, there are also almost 20 shows for the whole family, with all-time favourites such as Snow White and the Three Musketeers sharing the bill with local productions starring Andalusian horses or aliens. All in all, a great day out for the whole family.
Meeting point: Pabellon de España s/n – Cartuja Island
Opening times: 11am or 4pm for the evening pass (5pm in winter).
Closing times: 11 pm (midnight in summer).
Other information: Height/age restrictions may apply on some attractions.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez La Pepa and You walking tour
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Live and breathe the fascinating history of Cadiz with this entertaining walking tour of some of the sites most associated with a dramatic period in Spanish history. The locals are famed throughout Spain for their witty folksongs and exuberant carnivals to which could be added an immense pride in their city’s past.
As the cradle of Spanish liberalism, it was where the first Spanish constitution was drafted in 1812, a bill of rights affectionately known as La Pepa (a familiar term for Josephine such as Josie).
This at times humorous tour through the heart of the old town will visit some of the most emblematic locations associated with La Pepa, You will learn what she meant for Cadiz, Spain and its restless colonies in Latin America, while enjoying some beautiful sights and attractions.
Your guide will be none other than ‘King Ferdinand VII’, the absolutist monarch who did his best to thwart La Pepa was known as the ‘desired’ by half of Spain and as the ‘felon’ by the other half.
Ferdinand will give you his caustic views on the former regent’s palace, the monument to La Pepa, the city walls, the Alameda Apodaca, the Plaza del Mentidero – a square where mischievous ne’er-do-wells would spread lies and false rumours to discredit rivals – and many more intriguing locations.
Meeting/ Pick up point: Tourist reception centre in Paseo de Canalejas.
Start or opening time: 12pm.
Languages: English and Spanish. Others: Children must be accompanied.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Pedro Domecq Wine Cellar
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: The Bodegas Fundador Pedro Domecq is the oldest Sherry firm in the city of Jerez, dating back to the 18th Century. It is also one of the most exclusive and singular bodegas in this city dedicated to sherry.
On this guided tour, after a brief introduction video, we'll visit some spectacular, historical buildings including the wine cellars of San Pedro, El Molino and La Luz, among others, where you'll see row on row of American Oak casks used for storing the different sherries and brandies. In the complex you'll also see pretty traditional Andalusian patios and shady 18th Century gardens.
All of the sites are an excellent combination of art, history, architecture, craftsmanship, and of of course great sherry, making this one of the best and most interesting bodegas to visit. A tour of these unique bodegas will take you back in time, providing you with a feast for your senses The firm was even named as the best wine producer in the world in 2005 by the International Wine and Spirits Competition.
Tours are provided in both English and Spanish and take around an hour. A tour of the cellars as well as a tasting session is included. For an additional price, tapas will also be provided at the sherry tasting session. There is also a shop where you will be able to purchase the different brandies and sherries produced by the bodega.
Meeting/pick-up point: 3 San Ildefonso Street.
Start/opening time: From Monday to Friday at 10am, 11am, 12pm or 13pm. Saturday at 12pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Real Escuela Andaluza de Arte Ecuestre
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: The "How the Andalusians Horses Dandce " show is an equestrian ballet accompanied by totally Spanish music and 18th Century stily costumes, all put together and choreografed using movements based upon classic dressage, doma vaquera and the daily chores of traditional equestrian work. Book your tickets whith us and avoid queues.
Meeting/ Pick up point: Avda. Duque de Abrantes S/N.
Start or opening time: At 12am.
End or closing time: At 1.30pm.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Real tesoro wine cellar
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Bodegas Real Tesoro Valdespino is much more than a bodega. Here you will be offered the opportunity to discover the fundamental pillars of Jerez culture: the passion for fine wine, horses and art.
In this guided tour we'll start by visiting the central patio with its magnificent collection of baroque works of art, the Bodega de Lola where Tio Mateo Sherry is produced, the bottling plant where from a balcony you will be able to observe the process undergone by the wine from the moment it enters the plant until it leaves, ready to be sold.
Next we'll visit the Bodega's stud where Spanish thoroughbred horses are bred. You'll have plenty of time to admire these magnificent animals and to visit a collection of antique harnesses and carriages.
Next we'll visit Gran Bodega Valedespino with its 25,000 casks of American Oak, one of the largest wine -cellars in the area. Here you'll learn all about the different types of sherry and the famous solera and criadera system. Finally we'll visit the Bodega's Art gallery where you can see over 100 engravings by Picasso as well as works by Chillida, Miró, Zuluoaga, Tàpies, Dalí and many other contemporary artists. The visit will end with a wine-tasting.
This guided tour takes around 1 ½ hours and includes a wine-tasting.
Meeting/pick-up point: National road IV 640km.
Start/opening time: At 12pm.
Languages: German, English and Spanish.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez S.Petri Castle and Barrosa Beach
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: In this morning tour you'll get privileged views of the Bay of Cadiz with its amazing birdlife, impressive ancient ruins as well as the wonderful beach of la Barrosa.
We'll leave the port of Chiclana de la Frontera at 11:30 and sail into the Bay of Cadiz Nature Reserve. The Bay of Cadiz is a maze of salt marshes and creeks located between the towns of Cadiz, San Fernando, Chiclana and Puerto Real. Flamingoes and spoonbills are just some of the species of bird that use the Bay of Cadiz as a breeding ground or resting place on their migrations – so you should not forget your binoculars.
We'll pass the abandoned site of an almadraba (a maze of nets used for fishing tuna) continuously used from Phoenecian times until it was abandoned in 1973 as we head for the island of Sancti Petri. This small barren island was in ancient times the site of the famous Temple of Hercules, one of the most important sanctuaries in the ancient world. The temple began its decline in the 4th Century and was abandoned during the attacks of the Visigoths.
Centuries of war and destruction, of high tides, fierce storms and stone quarrying mean that there's not much left of the temple today. Now the only buildings on the island are a castle dating from the 17th Century and a lighthouse. Then we will then sail along the whole length of the beautiful beach of La Barrosa before returning to Chiclana at around 12:30.
This trip takes around an hour. The boat has an onboard bar where you can purchase soft drinks and beer.
Meeting/pick-up point: Marina port of Sancti Petri.
Duration: 60 minutes.
Start/opening time: At 1pm every days (excepto Tuesdays).
Languages: Spanish, English and German.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Sancti Petri Sunset
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Watch the sun go down behind the site of the Temple of Hercules as you watch the flamingoes take flight in this sunset cruise around the Bay of Cadiz.
We'll leave the port of Chiclana de la Frontera in the early evening and sail into the Bay of Cadiz Nature Reserve. Flamingoes and spoonbills are just some of the species of bird that use the Bay of Cadiz as a breeding ground or resting place on their migrations – so you should not forget your binoculars. The Bay of Cadiz is a maze of salt marshes and creeks located between the towns of Cadiz, San Fernando, Chiclana and Puerto Real.
We'll pass the abandoned site of an almadraba (a maze of nets used for fishing tuna) continuously used from Phoenecian times until it was abandoned in 1973 as we head for the island of Sancti Petri.
This small barren island was in ancient times the site of the famous Temple of Hercules, one of the most important sanctuaries in the ancient world. The temple began its decline in the 4th Century and was abandoned during the attacks of the Visigoths. Centuries of war and destruction, of high tides, fierce storms and stone quarrying mean that there's not much left of the temple today. Now the only buildings on the island are a castle dating from the 17th Century and a lighthouse.
Then in this evening boat ride you can admire the incomparable spectacle of the sun sinking into the Atlantic against the stark backdrop of the ruins of Sancti Petri Castle before returning to Chiclana between 20:00 and 21:00.
Meeting/pick-up point: Marina port Sancti Petri.
Duration: 60 minutes.
Start/opening time: Every day except Tuesday. In July at 9pm, in August at 8.30pm, in September at 8pm.
Languages: English, Spanish and German.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Sancti Petri castle and Natural Park
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Cadiz Bay Natural Park is a remarkable destination for adults and children alike. This 60-minute tour is a fascinating introduction to this special region. You will discover the unique flora and fauna of the area and sail past the great Sancti Petri Castle.
Our expert guides will ensure that you have an unforgettable experience as you set forth in comfort to sail around the spectacular natural environment of the Cadiz Bay Natural Park. Comprised sandy beaches, marshes, salt pans, freshwater lakes and natural islands, it is located between Puerto Real, San Fernando, Cadiz and Chiclana. Departing from the port of Sancti Petri (Chiclana de la Frontera) you will then enter the Natural Park of the Bay of Cadiz. Historically salt has been extracted from the bay since Phoenican times and evidence can still be seen to this day. This unusual environment spans a jaw dropping 10,000 hectares. The friendly and knowledgeable crew will advise you to have your binoculars at the ready to view the natural habitat and spot a range of different species of birds such as elegant flamingos and spoonbills that use the bay as a way point on their migration routs. You will have the opportunity to reflect upon the rich historic past of the area, as you pass by the majestic ruins of the Sancti Petri Castle situated right in the heart of the park. This abandoned castle is found on the small island of Sancti Petri and dates back to the 13th century. You will also be impressed by the famous Temple of Hercules, one of the most important sanctuaries of the ancient world.
Meeting/pick-up point: Marina port Sancti Petri.
Duration: 60 minutes.
Start/opening time: Departures are on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11.30am. The outputs from 01 July to 14 September are on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays at 11.30am in both cases children under 12 free (maximum one child free per paying adult). Both the time and the booking date may change without notice.
Languages: Spanish, English and German.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Tangier and Tetouan One Day
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Come and spend a day on another continent. Morocco lies just across the Straits of Gibraltar and really is worth a day's visit.
We'll start by making the crossing to the Spanish enclave of Ceuta by fast ferry. From there we'll drive across the border into Morocco heading for the city of Tetuan. Set amid orange and almond groves this ancient town provides an ideal combination of old and new. We'll go on a guided tour of the main sights, visiting Hassan II Square, the impressive Royal Palace, the old Jewish Quarter or Mellah, and the old walled Medina, now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Then we'll have lunch at a local restaurant along with some traditional entertainment before we head for Tangier. We'll tour all the main sights of this fascinating, cosmopolitan city. First we'll visit the modern city with is wide boulevards, sophisticated cafés and exclusive shops before diving into the old walled medina with its ancient souks. Wander the narrow alleyways filled with cubbyhole shops, bakeries and tailors, see the locals wearing their chillabas, it’s like stepping back to medieval times. Then we'll board the ferry back to Algeciras where we'll arrive at around 20:30.
This full day excursion lasts around 12 hours. It also includes assistance and check-in at the Port of Algeciras, return Fast Ferry tickets Algeciras / Ceuta, all transfers, accompanying Moroccan guide, local guides and a typical Moroccan lunch in Tetuan (drinks not included) with traditional entertainment.
Remember to bring your passport and casual clothes, sunglasses, sunscreen and sensible shoes.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Whale Watching
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: In this two hour excursion we'll sail out into the Straits of Gibraltar on the look out for whales and dolphins.
Whale watching is a fun as well as educational activity; you should be able to spot some of the three types of dolphin that inhabit the recently established Marine Nature Reserve in the area: Common, Striped and Bottlenose. They also share their habitat with Pilot Whales. If you're lucky you may even make a sighting of Killer Whales, Sperm Whales and Fin Whales as they migrate back and forth through the Straits from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean.
There are regular departures form the port of Tarifa in three different boats with capacity for 150, 60 and 10 passengers respectively. The excursion lasts 2 hours and there is a 90% possibility of a sighting. If there is no sighting then passengers will get another ticket for free for a second chance. The excursions are guided by English-speaking marine biologists whose commentaries will provide us with information about the ecosystem, and the biology and behaviour of these animals.
The beauty of Whale Watching at the Southernmost tip of Europe cannot be described: you'll see these sea-mammals playfully surrounding our boat, soaring in and out of the water. We guarantee you an unforgettable experience.
Don't forget to bring comfortable shoes, a jacket for the wind and sunglasses. Please note that food and drinks are not included in this excursion but snacks, soda, water and beer are available on board.
Meeting/pick-up point: Avda. Alcalde Juan Núñez, 3 Turmares Office.
Duration: 2 hours.
Start/opening time: Office at 9am, daily departures at different times depending on the time of year.
End/closing time: Office at 9pm.br> Languages: Spanish, English, German and French.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez Wine Cellar Barbadillo
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Bodegas Barbadillo, situated in Sanlucar de Barrameda, is home to many different types of sherries as well as one of Spain's best-selling white wines.
In this guided tour we will visit five different bodegas built in different architectural styles at this complex that dates from 1827 as well as the Bodega's fascinating Museum, as our knowledgeable guide will tell you all about the different aspects of wine-making.
The Barbadillo Museum is located in a building dating from the early nineteenth century, part of the large complex of wine cellars at the foot of the medieval castle of Santiago. At the museum itself you can learn all about wine production from the vineyard, to the fermentation process, storage, bottling and marketing. You will also learn about the history of Manzanilla sherry and the Barbadillo family and its important cultural heritage.
The museum is divided into two floors: on the ground floor you will find a gift shop and wine-tasting areas and the first storey contains displays on the history of Bodegas Barbadillo, and its key product, Manzanilla, together with a wide variety of utensils and machinery along with clear, concise information panels.
At the end of visit we will taste two kinds of sherry, Manzanilla and Cream. This guided tour takes around 1 hour and includes a wine-tasting.

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