Taste of Andalucia Food Tour

A heavenly 6-Night Andalucian food and wine Tour


  • Discover the fabulous Mediterranean city of Malaga
  • Delve into the fascinating world of the Blue Fin Tuna in the town of Barbate
  • Enjoy a day learning about the mysteries of the Sherry industry in Jerez de la Frontera
  • Enjoy 6 nights in hand-picked boutique accommodation
  • Learn about Andalucian wines, olive oil, cheeses, jamón ibérico, bluefin tuna and traditional dishes
  • Enjoy a day at a hill-top cooking school with a culinary expert.


Trip Profile

6 Nights
Best Time To Visit:
All Year Round
Tour Dates/Days:
Group Size:
Min: 2
Max: 20
Malaga Tapas Tour

Tour Summary

Join us on this Taste of Andalucia food tour and discover some of the most amazing culinary delights Andalucia has to offer. This circular tour starts and finishes in Malaga which makes international travel simple. It takes in the very best Andalucia has to offer in the way of cuisine, culinary tradition, natural beauty and culture.

The food here is glorious; the fresh products are of incredible quality and the wine is among the best in the world. We have designed this tour with foodies in mind, but you don’t have to be a foodie to enjoy it. As we meander through the heart and soul of Andalucia, we will also take time to learn about the history and culture of this fascinating landscape.

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  • 6 Nights of boutique bed and breakfast accommodation, 5 lunches and 6 dinners in hand-picked restaurants and tapas bars
  • Tour of Malaga Old Town with tapas
  • Goats cheese workshop
  • Lunch overlooking the Rock of Gibraltar
  • Food shopping in Barbate and a cooking day at Annie B-s Spanish kitchen
  • A day of sherry tasting and history
  • Ronda and its wine
  • Olive Farm learning about the fruit and the oil process


Malaga has direct flights from the USA and major European cities. You can also reach Malaga from Madrid by high speed train in under 3 hours


Malaga has direct flights to the USA and major European cities.


Please enquire for prices

As TOMA & COE is a bespoke travel agency working with private clients and small groups, prices may vary slightly according to the time of year.

Costs are based on double occupancy/a minimum of two guests

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the most famous food in Andalucia?
Andalucia is known for its cold soups such as gazpacho and salmorejo, fried fish, jamones, sherry wines, and tapas. Making the most of the natural abundance, with Moorish infusions, Andalucian food is wholesome and tasty.

What are the meal times in Andalucia?
The Spanish tend to eat later than the rest of Europe. Breakfast is generally in the continental style with breads, cheeses, fruits and cold meats from 8-10.30am. Lunch in Andalucia is from 2-4pm, whilst dinner is from 8.30pm onwards. Tapas, often with a beer or sherry, or enjoyed at around 6pm.

Why are meal times so late in Spain?
This is because Spain is living in the wrong time zone! General Franco moved the Spanish time to coincide with that of Germany in 1940. That means that a 1pm lunch suddenly became 2pm, and they haven’t changed it.

What is a traditional Andalucian breakfast?
In Andalucia, the locals tend to eat pitufos, churros or pastries for breakfast. A pitufo is toasted bread drizzled with olive oil and usually topped with chopped tomatoes or jamon. Churros are similar to doughnuts but are long and thin, and served with hot chocolate. A selection of pastries also tend to be available. It is usual to drink coffee and/or orange juice with them.

What is the best city in Spain for food?
All of Spain’s major cities enjoy great restaurants, including Michelin-starred eateries, and Andalucia is no different. Malaga, Marbella, Jaen, Baeza, Cordoba and Cadiz among others all have Michelin-starred restaurants.



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