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Unleashing the Spirit of Jerez

Private tours to Jerez bodegasVisiting the Andalucian city of Jerez de la Frontera in one of our most popular tours, as we enjoy Spain’s unique equestrian art and learn about the unique wines and Sherry to which Jerez owes its fame.

Our day is split between two incredible visits, the Royal Equestrian School and a local bodega,  and a delicious lunch in a local restaurant.

The gentle charm and elegance of its local culture will delight any visitor to Jerez.  The Royal Equestrian School, a stunning complex within the city limits, is devoted to nurturing and maintaining true Andalucian Horsemanship.

Their acclaimed show “Dancing Andalucian Horses” never fails to delight.

Our second visit of the day takes us to a typical Sherry Bodega, which is one of our favourites in the area.

Jerez is the home of Sherry and we will visit one of the most established and exceptionally managed bodegas in town.  You will of course be invited to enjoy a taste of the produce of the bodega and learn why this delicious drink is enjoying such a renaissance among gourmet lovers and wine buffs across the globe.

This day tour to Jerez de la Frontera is a fabulous way to learn more about the culture and gastronomy of Andalucia, by experiencing it for yourselves with our expert guides.  If you can’t wait to visit then you can take an arm-chair tour of Jerez straight away on our blog: Sherry Triangle – Jerez Photo Tour 


Our tours typically leave from the Marbella area, from Seville, or the area of Cadiz, and depending on reservations they operate as small group tours of up to 8 people. Alternatively, all of our day trips and circuit tours can be booked at any time as a closed tour with a private tour guide.  To make your reservation contact us today


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