Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Amazonia Marbella Adventure
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Release you inner Tarzan at Aventura Amazonia with an experience that will have you hanging, jumping, swinging and flying from the treetops. The adventure park is located in Elviria, just 500 metres from the sea at Marbella and allows you to try out 67 activities on five routes during at least three hours of fun.
Challenges include zip lines, horizontal steps, quantum leaps, giant swings, high wires, log lines and many more. All are undertaken in cool and verdant pine forests. There are also two specific children’s courses: one for mini-kids, with heights up to 80cm, and another for kids, with heights up to 1.6m. These routes have 23 challenges between them.
The five courses for adults work their way from beginner to daredevil level, with the larger kids’ route included. The ‘easiest’ is the Explorer, which can also be used by children depending on their height. It stands 2.8m above the ground and has 14 challenges. The next level up is the Jungle, which is at a riskier 3.6m and has 13 challenges, including two zip lines. A cut above is the Adventure, where you will be 6.4m above the ground. It has wobbly line ropes and two long zip lines. Finally, there is the daring Sporty, which at 9m is twice the height of a double-decker bus. Apart from exhilarating zip lines, it features trapeze lines and suspended tree trunks.
With 20 zip lines, including the longest in Andalusia at 240 metres long, Aventura Amazonia guarantees fun and adventure!
Duration:
Three hours approx. Start or opening time: At 10am.
End or closing time: Between 7pm and 9pm, depending on the season.
Others: The park reserves the right to make changes to the conditions at its own discretion. Supplier reserves the right to charge extra costs if child height differs from type of booking.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Aqualand
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: The wet and wild world of Aqualand is packed with attractions of all heights and shapes, from white-knuckle rides to gentle slides. This is a park where you can go from a thrilling adrenalin rush to the peaceful quiet of the lush landscaped gardens in a matter of moments. This fun day out is available as ticket only or with transfer.
At the most exciting waterpark on the Costa de la Luz, you’ll be able to try exhilarating rides such as the Cola del Diablo, the Super Slalom or the Banzai, and other more relaxing attractions, including the Congo River. There are 10 water slides, including the Kamikaze for the more daring.
There’s also Surf Beach, a sensational wave pool, and Children’s Paradise and Mini Park to keep the little ones entertained while you lie down in the sun and relax¡.
To make it the perfect day out, you can enjoy a family meal in the picnic area… if you can get the rest of the family out of the water. At our latest attraction, you can will be able to meet our sea lions, getting up close to these amazing sea-mammals; you‘ll be spellbound by their beauty and amazed by their intelligence and dexterity. Go wet and wild in the water! Enjoy Aqualand! Start/opening time: During June and September from 11am – 6pm. During July and August from 11am – 7pm.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Between Branches Adventure Park
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Swing like Tarzan from tree to tree in the pine forests of Roche. Come for a day of adventure in nature with all the family and create unforgettable memories.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* 58 games over 5 courses
* Zip lines, suspension and rope bridges
* Specialised team to keep you in safe hands
Zip lines, bridges, Tarzan vines, flying car, spider and many more surprises await in an adventure park located just 1km from some of the best beaches in Spain. Get the whole family or all your friends involved and our team of specialised instructors will make sure you have the best and safest time in the treetops possible.
Make the most of 58 games spread over five courses or circuits that range in difficulty from beginner to adventurous as well as in height. After a safety briefing and training course you are let loose on the range of zip lines, suspension bridges and rope bridges that will thrill and excite. Feel the speed as you zoom down our zip lines and keep your nerve on the suspension bridges high in the treetops. Make every step and moment count with a high altitude adventure in nature.
Duration: Up to three hours.
Start/opening time: July and August from 10am to 9pm.
Languages: Spanish, English and French.
Others: Children under 14 year of age must be accompanied by an adult. Children aged between 14 and 16 years must provide a release signed there by an adult. Minimum age: 6 years.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Bodega Real Tesoro
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.
Others: Children below 12 years of age are granted free access.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Bodegas González Byass
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. . . ’
Duration: One hour and-a-half.
Visiting Hours June 1 to October 31
. Spanish: 12.00 - 13.00 - 14.00 - 17.00 - 18.00.
English: 12.00 - 13.00 - 14.00 - 17.15.
German: 12.15 - 14.00 - 17.15.
Closed Sunday afternoon.
Schedule from 1 November to 31 May:
Visits in Spanish: 12.00, 13.00, 14.00, 16.00 and 17.0.0
Tours in English: 12.00, 13.00, 14.00 and 17.00
. German Visits: 12.15, 14.00 and 16.00.
Closed Sunday afternoon.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Bodegas Pedro Domecq
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.
Start/opening time: From Monday to Saturday at 12pm, 1pm, or 2pm. Saturday at 12pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Bodegas Tradición
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.
Others: Children below 13 years old go free.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - CIty sightseeing bus in Jerez - Hop on-hop off
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Jerez de la Frontera is the city of the horse, wine, flamenco and speed, four powerful reasons to return whenever there is occasion. Culture, tradition, festivals, cuisine and great events intersect in Jerez streets and its fertile lands.
It is always something happening in Jerez, is in his Easter, his horse fair scheduling their scenic areas such as Teatro Villamarta, MotoGP races or workouts Formula 1 . . . And the city itself to its visitors is provided with a rich heritage of its historical architecture meets great gems like the Cathedral, the Monastery of La Cartuja and the Basilica del Carmen, as well as palaces and mansions such as the Duke of Abrantes -headquarters Palace of the Royal School of Art Ecuestre- that of Camporreal, Riquelme, etcetera.
The museum offer is equally representative with the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of the Watchtower, the Carriage Museum, the Bullfighting . . . And of course, there is the culture of their rods, bars, taverns and characteristic tabancos where it serves the famous sherry .
The City Sightseeing tour Jerez leads among the main attractions of the city of Cadiz, allowing the traveler up and down his pace to stop at the various claims of a city with so much to offer such as Jerez de la Frontera.
Meeting/pick-up point: Suggested starting point, Plaza del Arenal.
Duration: 45 minutes approx. 24 hour Ticket.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
-End/closing time: At 7pm.
Languages: Spanish, English, German, Italian, French, Chinese and Russian.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Cádiz a Indias
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Cádiz peaked when their business joined with the Americas in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, which gave the city of wealth and granting it some characteristic of aesthetic tastes. Residing will walk the streets where the rich merchants, and as the architectural structure of the city was adapted based on the Indian trade by the curious "torres-watchers" and landmark buildings and neighborhoods as the market, the Plaza de las Flores, San Antonio Plaza, Plaza Mina and the Municipal Museum.
Meeting/ pick-up point: Plaza San Juan de Dios .
Duration: Two hours.
Start/opening time: At 11am. Check availability for other schedules.
Languages: Spanish, French and English. Other languages under request.
Others: Not advisable for persons with limited mobility.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Ceuta,Tetuán and Tánger from Algeciras
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Sail with us on a voyage of discovery and enjoy a glimpse of life in another continent with this day trip Morocco. Visit the historic cities of Tetouan and Tangier, while passing through the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. You will enjoy guided tours and free time as well as lunch at a traditional Moroccan restaurant. The tour proper begins once have crossed the border from Ceuta to Morocco. We’ll have an early photo stop along the way as well as an opportunity to ride camels. From there, it’s on to Tetouan, a city that as recently as 1956 was part of a Spanish protectorate. There is still the odd reminder of these links. A guided tour will take you landmarks such as Hassan II Square – site of the Royal Palace – the Jewish quarter, the Berber souk, the Medina and more. A noon lunch in a traditional Moroccan restaurant will be enlivened with folk music. After lunch, you’ll have some free time to walk it all off. We’ll then meet up to continue on to Tangier, which was also controlled by Spain until 1956 – and was even an English colony for 23 years in the 17th century. Here we’ll enjoy a sightseeing tour of the modern city and the diplomatic quarters.
Travel details: Please meet at the Travelsur officer in Algeciras harbour 30 minutes before the fast ferry sailing at 9am. The return sailing from Ceuta is at 7.30pm. You will receive information and stickers so that you can be identified by reps on arrival at Ceuta. You will need to provide your full name and passport number when making the reservation.
Meeting/pick-up point: Meeting point is by the office of Travelsur (office A-4) in the harbour of Algeciras 30 minutes before the fast ferry leaves (the fast ferry departs at 09:00h - please be at meeting point 08:30h)
Others: The fast ferry departs from Algeciras at 09.00 and return departure from Ceuta is at 19.30 pm (Moroccan time). The crossing time is 45 minutes.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - City Sightseeing Bus - Hop on-hop off
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. 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.
Walking tour start at 1pm in English and Spanish.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Constitutional Cadiz historic tour
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: When Spain was an island" when Cadiz was the capital of Spain during the Napoleonic invasion troops and marking the Cadiz constitution a milestone in the history of Spain and Europe. Visit the historical tour which was proclaimed the Constitution of 1812, near the Monument to the Courts, the Oratory of San Felipe Neri and the Museum of the Cortes. Includes: Guide to perform the check. Entrance to the Museum of the Cortes of Cadiz, San Felipe Neri Oratory and Interpretation Center "La Pepa".
Meeting/ pick-up point: Fountain of the Turtles, next to Palace Delegation of Cadiz .
Duration: Two hours.
Start/opening time: Tuesday to Friday at 11am. For other schedules, check availability.
Languages: Spanish, French and English. Check other languages availability.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Day Trip to Seville
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Seville has a special colour, a popular Spanish song claims, and you’ll see just why with this fascinating full-day tour to the capital of Andalusia. You will live and breathe the old world charm of this elegant and cosmopolitan city that will keep you enthralled and your photo album full.
Marvel at the imposing Cathedral with its famous Giralda bell tower. Wander the winding, narrow streets of the old Jewish quarter. Take a trip to another dimension at the Star Wars universe of Plaza de España. Tour through the narrow, winding streets of Santa Cruz, the old Jewish Quarter, and discover hidden squares and courtyards cooled by fountains.
You’ll have some free time for lunch and a city-centre stroll before we meet up again for a panoramic bus trip along the fascinating boulevards, passing some of the pavilions built for Expo 92 and finally reaching the magnificent Maria Luisa Park, site of the Plaza de España, which will be instantly recognisable to Star Wars fans as Theed, the capital of Naboo.
Meeting/pick-up point: - Front of Police Station Conil de la Frontera: 8am.
- Round about Hotel Garbi: 8:03am.
- Bus Stop Hotel Hipotels Flamenco Conil: 8:05am.
- Round about hotel Calas de Conil (Roche): 8:23am.
- Bus stop front of Hotel Riu: 8:35am.
- Bus stop front of Hoteles Iberostar: 8:37am.
- Bus stop front of Hoteles Hipotels Sancti Petri: 8:40am.
- Bus stop Hotel Vincci: 8:45am.
- Bus stop sport center “Ciudad de Cádiz”: 9:25am.
- Bus stop Banco Sabadell (front of Mcdonald): 9:27am.
- Bus stop front of hotel Puertatierra: 9:30am.
- Bus stop customs Plaza Sevilla: 9:35am.
- Hotel Puertobahía: 9:55am.
- Train Station El Puerto de Santa María: 10am.
Duration: 10 hours.
End/closing time: At 7pm approx.
Languages: English, Spanish and German.
Others: Travel information: Early morning pick-up from your hotel or a pre-arranged location. Tour includes some time for shopping. Not included admissions.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - El Palacio Andaluz
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Come and discover the passion and fire of flamenco in its heartland. El Patio Anadaluz is one of the top tablaos in a city that lives, breathes and sleeps flamenco. You can choose from different options and times. Sit back and relax and enjoy the show with a drink or maybe you want to try some delicious traditional tapas. Or if you wish you can also go for a full à la carte dinner, prepared by our top team of chefs.
From the roots of flamenco in the heart of Seville, El Palacio Andaluz offers the best flamenco show in the city in one of the most luxurious and elegant venues in Spain. Enjoy a passionate colourful evening of dance, music and song with our top team of artistes, many of whom have been awarded national and international prizes.
Discover the different musical styles or palos, ranging from the poignant to the apotheosis. Feel the fire of bulerias, soleás, alegrías, fandango, sevillanas, as well as other less well known flamenco styles and some classical Spanish ballet as you explore this extraordinary expression of the soul of the people of Andalusia.
Meeting/ Pick up point: Avenue Mª Auxiliadora, 18- B 41004.
Duration: 1,40 hours.
Start or opening time: Two shows every day at 7pm and 9pm.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Excursion to Gibraltar
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Visit this unique piece of Britain in the sun. Enjoy this tour to Gibraltar with free time and spend a relaxed day in this famous British outpost, a great place for duty-free shopping.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Stop at the viewpoint of the Strait of Gibraltar spotting the African coast.
* Border Formalities and transfers to the center of the British colony.
* Free time for Duty-Free shopping at a very good price.
In the Main Street there is a variety of shops to choose from and you can pick up all sorts of bargains including electrical/audio visual, perfumes, alcohol and tobacco products. Gibraltar also offers plenty more: check out the new marina, take a stroll through the Botanical Gardens or visit the Gibraltar Museum, a treasure-trove of local history.
On this full day excursion we'll cross the border into the British enclave of Gibraltar where you can see British bobbies, spend UK currency and enjoy some great shopping. You'll find plenty of duty free shops selling cigarettes, spirits, gold jewellery, watches and perfumes.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up at the hotel.
Duration: 8-10 hours depending on pickup location.
Start/opening time: 8:30am.
End/closing time: 7pm.
Languages: Spanish, German and English.
Others: Operations: Thursday from March to October.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Guided Visit to Barrio Sta. Cruz & Convent Madre de Dios
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: In the XVI century Seville became the centre of religiosity. The New World’s Discovery and the town recognition as Port of the Indies implied the establishment of religious orders that assisted clergymen as well as religious believers. Due to this growth of monasteries and convents in the XVI and XVII centuries, nowadays we can enjoy an incomparable religious heritage.
Stroll through the narrow cobbled streets of Santa Cruz to discover a cloistered convent in all its splendor, the artistic heritage contains the legends of this sacred place, the famous people who have been part of its history. To finish with, the visit to the convents of Seville offers the opportunity to discover the gastronomic world of the convents bakery and taste traditional cakes carefully made by the nuns according to the recipes that come from centuries ago. It will be a pleasure to taste and buy as many “heavenly delicacies” as he wishes.
The visit begins with a pleasant walk through the Jewish quarter through its narrow cobbled streets to the Plaza de Ms. Elvira, unparalleled stage for a Don Juan. We continue the visit covered of legends to the Plaza de los Venerables and from there to the Plaza de Santa Cruz from where depart for the Monastery Madre de Dios. After a very interesting tour of this cloistered convent we conclude the visit with a tasting of divine delicacies prepared by the nuns of the monastery.
Meeting/pick-up point: Plaza de la Alianza.
Duration: Walking tour 2 hours.
Start/opening time: General Tour: Fridays at 4pm in English and Saturdays at 4pm in Spanish. Private Tour: from Monday to Thursday at 5pm in English or Spanish.
Included: Pastry tasting Conventual.
Languages: English and Spanish.
Others: It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water to drink. Visitors attend dressed decently in advance.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Horse riding in Chiclana
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Routes to the beach
We are located next to the beach of La Barrosa has 8 kilometers of fine white sand. We offer horseback riding along the beach where you can enjoy the wonderful sunsets of this Cadiz land. It lasts about two hours. You have to be 15 minutes before departure time. No need to have ridden before.
Routes to pine
Chiclana is a city of contrasts and besides having beautiful beaches will enjoy this route with its vast pine forest. We offer a different way to see the natural environment of Chiclana.
Horse pony rides for pine (for children)
It lasts 20 minutes and each child is accompanied by a monitor. You have to be 15 minutes before departure time. No need to have ridden before. Ability to be accompanied by parents.
Duration: From 20 minutes to two hours.
Start/opening time: Routes to the beach, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Routes to pine forest, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Horse or pony rides, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday .
Languages: Spanish, English and German.
Others:
Arrive about 15 minutes before departure time. No need to have ridden before. Minimum 8 years for beach routes, 6 years for pine forest routes and 3 year old for pony routes.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Isla Mágica
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: 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 - Isla Mágica - Offer
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: The Isla Mágica theme park recreates the golden age of Seville during the 16th century, when the city was at the peak of its powers and the gateway to Europe for goods from the Americas, Africa and Asia.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Shows for all the family
* Rip-roaring, adrenaline-fuelled rides
* Themed areas that bring fantasy to life
There are seven themed areas and 32 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, Isla Mágica is a place where reality and fantasy merge. Each themed area boasts its own thrills and spills with something for everybody. Seville, Gateway to the Indies has six rides, including the incredibly entertaining ‘lake balls’, three shows, four restaurants and two shops. In Gateway to America you’ll find 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, and in The Pirates’ Hideout, the centrepiece of which is a massive galleon, there are two rides, two shows and four restaurants among its attractions. Explore El Dorado where there are two rides, including Flight of the Falcon. And so that children aren’t left out of the fun, there’s The Fountain of Youth area with six rides and a theatre.
As well as rides and attractions, there are also eleven shows for the whole family, with all-time favourites such as Sleeping Beauty sharing the bill with local productions starring Andalusian horses. 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: 11pm (midnight in summer).
Other information: Height/age restrictions may apply on some attractions. Voucher validity: same day

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Isla Mágica and Agua Mágica - Offer
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: The Isla Mágica theme park recreates the golden age of Seville during the 16th century, when the city was at the peak of its powers and the gateway to Europe for goods from the Americas, Africa and Asia.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Shows for all the family
* Rip-roaring, adrenaline-fuelled rides
* Themed areas that bring fantasy to life
* Includes admission to Agua Mágica
There are seven themed areas and 32 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, Isla Mágica is a place where reality and fantasy merge. Each themed area boasts its own thrills and spills with something for everybody. Seville, Gateway to the Indies has six rides, including the incredibly entertaining ‘lake balls’, three shows, four restaurants and two shops. In Gateway to America you’ll find 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, and in The Pirates’ Hideout, the centrepiece of which is a massive galleon, there are two rides, two shows and four restaurants among its attractions. Explore El Dorado where there are two rides, including Flight of the Falcon, and the cool Condor Circus. And so that children aren’t left out of the fun, there’s The Fountain of Youth area with six rides and a theatre. What’s more, with this ticket you get entry to Agua Mágica included where you’re guaranteed a splashing great time with slides, lazy rivers and even a beach where you can relax.
As well as rides and attractions, there are also eleven shows for the whole family, with all-time favourites such as Sleeping Beauty sharing the bill with local productions starring Andalusian horses. All in all, a great day out for the whole family.
Meeting point: Pabellon de España s/n – Cartuja Island
Opening times: At 11am or 4pm for the evening pass (5pm in winter).
Closing times: At 11pm (midnight in summer).
Other information: Height/age restrictions may apply on some attractions. Both parks have to be visited the same day.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Medieval Cadis tour
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: We will cross the former Roman neighborhood '' the Pópulo '', in which we can find buildings of Phoenician epoch, the Roman theatre, the archaeological deposit of the House of the Bishop full of mystery, the enclosure walled of origin almohade, the characteristic New Cathedral and mythical '' Doors of Earth ''.
A ''tapa'' will be offered as free at the end of the tour.
Meeting/ pick-up point: Plaza San Juan de Dios .
Duration: Two hours. Group three hours.
Start/opening time: Monday to Saturday: 11am. Please check other schedules availability.
Languages: Spanish, French and English. Check availabitlity for other languages.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Monumental Jerez
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Each of the different cultures that have settled in Jerez over the past few years have greatly influenced its physical appearance as numerous archaeological remains can testify over the surrounding countryside and within the city itself. Archaeological remains from when the city was known as Xera to the Phoenicians.
As well as Ceret to the Romans and most importantly, Sherish to the Moors, merge with the beauty of the later Christian buildings to offer a wide range of architectural styles and distinctive constructions that combine to give Jerez a truly exclusive urban appearance of great beauty. A monumental and historical tour where it will be able to admire houses - palaces and squares that guide up to both most representative monuments of our city: The Fortress and The Cathedral of Sherry.
Meeting/ pick-up point: Plaza of the Sandbank.
Duration: 2 hours.
Start/opening time: Monday to Saturday at 11 am.
Languages: English, French and Spanish. Other languages depending on availability.
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Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Open Countryside
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 - Palacio del Virrey Laserna Admission
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: The Palace is located in what was called after the Reconquest, Calle Real (Royal Street), then it changed to Pozuelo (Calle Pozuelo) and later on to Conde de los Andes after the death of the 6th Count of the Andes. The City Council named the street after him. The cereony took place on the 18th September, 1963. It was chaired by his Lordship the Mayor Tomás García-Figueras.
The building has undergone many changes. Its construction is from the time of the Moors. The foundations are from that time and other remains have been found after renovations. We do not know to whom the house belonged to in the time of the Moors, but surely it was to someone important due to its size and its proximity to the Alcázar (Fortress or castle).
The conquest of Jerez took place in 1264, when Alfonso X "The Sage" suffocated a revolt. The King gave away the city's important houses to the forty knights whom he also left to live in the city. The book of distribution of Jerez houses is kept in the archives of the Town Hall, which is in the Plaza de la Asunción. From this book we know that the first Christian owner of the palace was Basco Martínez de Trujillo. Basco's grandson, Juan Martínez de Trujillo, was the first if the 13 councilors of Jerez.
Possession was transmitted from parents to children, and in 1590 was linked to an entailed estate. From the Trujillo family the palace passed on to the Martínez de Hinojosa, another old noble family and one of the conquerors and settlers of Jerez. Mrs. Nicolasa Martínez de Hinojosa and Trujillo, mother of the Viceroy, married Don Álvaro de la Serna, thus linking the house to this name. Mrs. Nicolasa de la Serna married Don Fernando Moreno, whose surname is still held by the current owners.
The palace acquired its neoclassical imprint in the late XVII and early XIX century, when the aristocracy finally settled in court and in other cities and their life ceased to be itinerant. As a result, the palaces increased their number of rooms, the furniture became more rich and heavy and artistically adorned in response to a more intense social life imitating the Paris salons fashion.
The last renovations of the palace took place for the canonical coronation of the "Virgen del Carmen", in April 1925. A wing was added to the house to accommodate guests. Amongst the guests King Alfonso XIII and the whole of the goverment came to attend this event.
Duration: 30 minutes.
Start/opening time: From October to May mornings from 10am to 2pm; evenings from 4pm to 7pm. From June to September mornings from 10am to 2pm; evenings from 5pm to 8pm. Open from Tuesday to Sunday. Closed on Mondays and Sundays afternoon.
Languages: Guided visits in Spanish, English and French.
Others: Up to 15 people by strict arrival order. Guided visits not included, customers can choose to participate and pay locally.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - RUTAS BICIS SEVILLA
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Complete with a fun and easy going spirit, this tour is orientated on visiting all the famous places which you have heard of, as well as those best kept secrets which don’t appear in guide books.
Packed with numerous photo opportunities, we will share with you the many stories and legends behind these magical sites.
Discovering Seville in this fun and dynamic manner will also provide you with a fabulous sense of orientation in the city and give you valuable information, as for example where to eat and what to see during your stay in Seville (the best restaurants, theatres, bars, etc. )
Duration: Two and-a-half-hours.
Start/opening time: Morning at 10am. Evening at 6pm (only the Private Tour).
Length: 10Km (6.2 Miles)
Languages: Guided tour available in English, Spanish, Dutch and German

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Royal School of Art Equestrian
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: The ''How the Andalusians Horses Dance '' 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: Avenida Duque de Abrantes. Near the REAAE you will find Union Park where you can easily park.
Start/opening time: For the exhibition: at 12 pm. Arrive 30 minutes in advance to collect your tickets (they will be exchanged for your vouchers)
End/closing time: 1pm. For visits it is open from 10am to 2pm. Last entry at 12.30pm.
Other: Reduced admission for those over 65, people with reduced mobility or the with European youth pass (under 26 years).

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Santa Paula Convent Guided Tour
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Meet the Conventual Sevilla… This tour gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the most hidden Seville.
The female religious orders proliferated in Seville from the reconquest of the city in the thirteenth century, reaching number thirty overcome between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. During the visit you will discover the treasures and curiosities of a cloistered convent.
You will have the opportunity to get inside the Monastery of Santa Paula, a convent with a rich heritage of culture, art and history, with a Permanent Art Collection. You can live a unique experience through a special visit accompanied by attractive explanations of an expert guide and conclude this trip with a tasting of jams wrought by the nuns of Santa Paula working with recipes carefully centenarians transmitted through the centuries they are enduring the walls of monasteries and convents of Seville. It will be a pleasure for the taste.
The visit begins in the most public part of the Monastery of Santa Paula in the outdoor gardens, the Temple and the Coro Bajo. Then we went to the private garden to visit the Permanent Art Collection overlooking the main cloister and access to the Coro Alto. From there we visited a space through a Venetian blind divides the outside world inside the convent. Then we will conclude our visit in the Lathe divine taste delicacies made by the nuns of Mother of God of Mercy.
Meeting/pick-up point: Monasterio de Santa Paula. C/Santa Paula 11.
Duration: 2 hours.
Start/opening time: From Tuesday to Friday included at 10amin English and spanish. Saturday at 11am in english. Sunday at 11am in Spanish.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Selwo Aventura
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Come face to face with the aristocrats of the animal kingdom at Selwo Aventura Theme Park and Zoo, one of Estepona’s must-sees. You’ll meet lions, tigers, rhinos, giraffes, jaguars, bears and many more animals from around the world. You can move about the park on foot or by Jeep, without disturbing the animals that are allowed to roam in semi-freedom. You will also be able to try a camel ride, show off your skills by practising archery, abseiling or crossing one of our three rope bridges.
Visitors will be able to observe the park's wildlife, housed in specially recreated natural habitats, perfectly adapted to the needs of each species
Choose our Serengeti Safari option, which takes you on a 4x4 tour around the Reserve of the Lakes to get closer to chubby hippos, the extremely tall giraffes, the colourful zebras, imposing rhinos and many more. Selwo Aventura has an array of exhibits, including birds of prey, snakes, and spectacular adventure activities: rope bridges, camel rides, archery and Ziwa, the longest, fixed abseiling line in Europe.
One of the latest attractions at Selwo is giraffe feeding, which gives you the opportunity to get up close to of the planet’s tallest mammal and one of its gentlest.
The Bird Canyon is the largest natural aviary in Europe; you’ll be entranced by more than 1,000 specimens of beautiful birds from all over the world. The Antipodes is a new attraction specifically designed to bring visitors closer to wallabies, allowing you to interact with them.
A day at Selwo is a great adventure from start to finish.
Start or opening time: 10am.
End or closing time: at 6pm in winter and 8pm in summer.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Sevilla touristic bus
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Explore sensational Seville at your own pace with the hop on-hop off City Sightseeing open-top double-decker bus tour. Enjoy panoramic views of the Andalusian capital and alight at any one of the 12 stops, which are located close to top sights and attractions. You can also avail of four guided walking tours through some of Seville’s most picturesque districts and free entry to the Church of Salvador. The buses operate every day and your pass is valid for 24 hours.
There are stops by the Torre de Oro (Golden Tower) on the riverbank; at the Plaza de España and Plaza America (both in the marvellous Maria Luisa Park); at San Jacinto and Calle Castilla (both in the vibrant and colourful Triana district); at the site where Expo 92 was held and at Isla Magica (both on Cartuja Island); at Macarena; at Torre de los Perdigones; at Alameda de Hercules; at the Plaza del Duque; and at the Plaza de Armas. All leave you within easy walking distance of the main landmarks.
The four walking tours are of Maria Luisa Park, the former Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz, the district of Macarena and the earthy Triana neighbourhood, which is renowned for its vibrant social life and legendary fiestas.
The beautiful baroque Church of Salvador, the second biggest basilica in Seville, has for centuries unfairly lived in the shadow of the cathedral but a major renovation project has rekindled it and also led to the opening of a major new attraction, the crypts.
Meeting point: Any of the 12 bus stops.
Operating times: Spring/summer 10am to 10pm; late summer/autumn 10am to 9pm; and winter 10am to 8pm.
Other information: Guided walk times vary according to season.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Tablao Flamenco Puro Arte
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: A few meters of Jerez's Bullring, you can find inside of a wine cellar "Tablao Flamenco Puro Arte". The venue offers modern comforts in a traditional atmosphere as a tribute to the city referred to as the birthplace of flamenco.
With just one show per night Tablao Flamenco Puro Arte also allows for an early arrival or leisurely departure after the show: perfect for those who wish to enjoy a drink in a unique atmosphere. There is also a full staff on hand to provide an efficient and personalized service to all those attending.
The artistic direction is leaded by Raúl Ortega, who's winner of National Dance Award. The quality of the show reflects their involvement in the local and national flamenco scene. The flamenco is refreshingly unique to the city and includes a good mix of up and coming talent as well as experienced performers.
The flamenco show in Tablao Flamenco Puro Arte is lasting about seventy minutes with five artists. The venue offers ticket options for the show with drink, a tapas style meal or a fixed price menu which features quality, regional cuisine.
Each session will be different and full of surprises. The artists will introduce the latest news and changes giving everything without following any script.
Come, sit back and enjoy a pure flamenco show while you sip a Sherry or delight the best local cuisine.
Duration: Show 70 min.
Start/opening time: Show: 10pm. Dinner/Tapas: from 8.30pm –10pm.
Others: Show with drink includes one drink (lager, wine or soft drink)
Show with tapas includes three tapas and two drinks (lager, wine or soft drink)
Show with dinner

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Tapas tour in Jerez
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Gastronomy´s Jerez had over the years great influence of different civilizations. The Route of Lids , indispensable tour where you can taste Spanish gastronomy. The guides will take you for the most emblematic zones of our historical - cultural heritage and for the most recognized restaurants of the city. Enrich your senses with the great gastronomic and cultural offered in famous restaurants where you can enjoy and savour the best lids of Andalusian kitchen that mixes tradition, innovation and quality.
Meeting/ pick-up point: Plaza of the Sandbank.
Duration: 2 hours.
Start/opening time: Monday to Sunday at 12pm .
Languages: English, French and Spanish. Check availability for other languages.
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Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Tánger from Tarifa
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Spain and Morocco may just be a few kilometres apart by sea but they are worlds away culturally. This fascinating day trip to the historic city of Tangier will give you an intriguing insight into north African life while enjoying a guided tour and free time as well as lunch. Sail from Tarifa to Tangier, which is known as the ‘White City’. It has historic links to Spain – as recently as 1956 it was part of a Spanish protectorate – and was even an English colony for 23 years in the 17th century. Yet despite the European connections, it is a quintessentially Moroccan city.
We’ll head to the Grotto of Hercules, a mythical cave where, according to legend, Hercules rested after successfully completing his 12 tasks. The grotto faces onto the Atlantic and the entrance floods during high tide. Locals believe that it was built by an ancient civilisation. You can take some photos or avail of the option to ride a camel.
Lunch will be a traditional Moroccan restaurant.
We will tour the city centre, with guided walks of the Medina, Kasbah and more. You will also have some free time for shopping or further sightseeing at your own leisure.
Meeting/pick-up point: Please meet at the Travelsur office in Tarifa harbour 30 minutes before the fast ferry sailing at 10am (please be at meeting point 9:30am). The return sailings at 6pm. You will receive information and stickers so that you can be identified by reps on arrival at Tangier. You will need to provide your full name and passport number when making the reservation.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Torre del Oro Cruise
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: The River Guadalquivir, ancient, romantic and legendary artery of Seville. It was from here that the conquistadors set sail in search of new worlds and even now is still the only navigable river in Spain. In this one hour cruise, follow in the wake of Roman legions, Arab scholars and Spanish seafarers and learn about the importance of this great river in the history of Seville as you admire the great views of this magical city's skyline and waterfront.
From the deck of one of our fleet of comfortable modern vessels discover classical and modern Seville. Some of the attractions you'll see include the Maestranza Bull ring, several of the city's many bridges including the famous bridge of the V Centenario, the picturesque quarter of Triana, the pavilions of the 1929 and 1992 Universal Exhibitions, the Towers of the Plaza España, the Monastery of Santa Maria de las Cuevas where Columbus planned his voyage to the New World, the Giralda as well as some of the city's many churches, convents and monasteries.
You will receive an audoguide with free headphones with a fascinating commentary on all the main sights you pass on this journey down the river of history.
Meeting/ Pick up point: Paseo Alcalde Marqués del Contadero s/n. Muelle de la Torre del Oro.
Duration: 1 hour.
Start or opening time: 11am - Departures every 30 minutes.
End or closing time: 10pm in summer – 7pm winter.
Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Tour and Show: Flamenco en Triana
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Flamenco XXI provides both fun and educational experiences, combining theoretical vision of a journey and the artistic feeling of a flamenco show. Flamenco, although there are various discussions about its roots, is the cradle of art to Andalusia. The birthplace of flamenco is the region of Andalusia and the Andalusian people, whose interpreters have found it the most concise, expressive and easy way to interpret different moods and all kind of feelings.
The flamenco feeling that comes to any fan anywhere in the world to the artistic expression created by the merge of vocal music, dance and musical accompaniment (singing, dancing and guitar playing) and is considered Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. This was considered by UNESCO, presented with its highest honor in 2010.
Follow the path of the most unique cultural flamenco through our historic walk “Flamenco en Triana”. From the statue of Antonio Mairena to the most remote points where singers, dancers and bullfighters walked their art. On the way, a stop in neighboring pens on the streets where they lived. Potters characters like Juan Belmonte, Francisco Ortega Vargas “El Fillo” or the famous dynasty of the Caganchos.
The visit takes about forty-five minutes and are translated into several languages. The visit ends with the performance of our flamenco compound of guitar, singing and dancing in the historical context of Triana in a unique environment, sipping a local wine.
Meeting/pick-up point: Paseo de Cristóbal Colón # 12, 41001 Sevilla - Statue of the Countess of Barcelona (next to the bullfighting ring La Maestranza).
Duration: 1.5 hours.
Start/opening time: At 4pm in Spanish and translated to Italian. 5pm in Spanish and translated to French. At 6pm in Spanish and translated to English. At 7pm only in Spanish.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Trike routes
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Route 1: Playa La Barrosa and Town of Sancti Petri
This route starts at the Public Pinar de la Barrosa walking through the bike lane 1.5 km. until the start of the boardwalk area. That said I walk path, is an ancient watchtower on a cliff, called Torre Bermeja sixteenth century. A. We will continue down the road that runs attached to the pine forests of Barrosa where is a Magic Point, from which you can see the Castle of Sancti Petri, the seventeenth century, which was part of the line of fortifications that protected the coast. The route ends at the ancient trap net settlement. The port of Sancti Petri offers many opportunities to taste fresh fish and typical Andalusian tapas or simply relax with a drink of the road enjoying spectacular views.
Route 2: Novo Sancti Petri and Torre del Puerco
It is accessed from Route Novo Sancti Petri urbanization taking the bike lane coastal road linking La Barrosa Conil and down next to Hotel Riu to Torre del Puerco, an ancient watchtower sixteenth century.
It starts rolling down the Novo Sancti Petri urbanization taking the bike lane. We will go down to see a beautiful landscape, next to an old barracks famous Torre del Puerco. From here, there is a paved path that runs on a cliff of fossil dunes. During the tour you can see the different dune formations and indigenous vegetation is stabilized thereon, (remains of Mediterranean forest, pine forests and coastal dune vegetation) and even some species listed in the Red Book of endangered wild flora of Andalusia, such as junipers and camarinas sapinas.
Meeting/pick-up point: Ruta Playa La Barrosa and Poblado de Sancti Petri: Entrance to Pinar Público la Barrosa (Chiclana de la Fra. ) / Ruta Novo Sancti Petri and Torre del Puerco: Entrance del Centro Comercial Novo Sancti Petri (Chiclana de la Fra. ).
Duration: Route 1 - Playa La Barrosa and Town of Sancti Petri: 90 minutes. Route 2 - Novo Sancti Petri and Torre del Puerco: 60 minutes.
Start/opening time: At 10.30am and 5pm. Route 1 departs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Route 2 departs on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Languages: English, Spanish and German.
Others: Route 1 - distance: 5,4 km. Route 2 – distance: 2,5 km. High landscape and biological (floristic, ornithological and geological interest) value. Participants must be at least 10 years old.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Visit Seville as seen in films
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Visit the Parque de Maria Luisa, public garden and the most famous Park in the city of Seville. Spain square and the Plaza de América on the occasion of the Ibero-American exhibition in Seville in 1929 were built in this park. Places famous for its spectacular Seville regionalist architecture and for being one of the main attractions of the city. Spain square has been used as a setting for some known films as: Lawrence of Arabia or Star Wars II: attack of the Clones.
Meeting/pick-up point: Lope de Vega Theatre door.
Duration: One hour and 15 minutes.
Start/opening time: At 11am.
Languages: Spanish, English and French.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Visit the Santa Cruz neighbourhood and the Cathedral of Seville
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Fascinating Seville visit (Barrio Santa Cruz and inside the Cathedral). See the beautiful Barrio de Santa Cruz, old Jewish quarter; romantic, mysterious, beautiful and amazing for their interesting stories and legends in an authentically Andalusian atmosphere.
You’ll be impressed after a visit to the interior of the Cathedral of Seville, known as the Christian Gothic Cathedral with the largest surface area in the world.
Meeting/pick-up point: Next to the cathedral.
Duration: Two hours and 15 minutes.
Start/opening time: At 11am.
Languages: Spanish, English and French.
Others: Includes: Guide and entrance to the Cathedral and the Giralda.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Visit to the Royal Alcazar
Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez: Be surprised by the Mudejar art of this Sevillian palace fortification, the Real Alcázar. It runs through its splendid manicured gardens, its dazzling rooms and stays and their wonderful courtyards and palaces that House all the Islamic and Christian art of the time.
Duration: One hour and 15 minutes.
Start/opening time: At 11am.
Languages: Spanish, English and French.
Others: Other languages available on request.

Excursions in Cadiz / Jerez - Yeguada 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 saturdays at 11am.

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