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Jerez: 1.5-Hour Sherry Winery and Tasting Tour

1. Jerez: 1.5-Hour Sherry Winery and Tasting Tour

Experience the unique taste of sherry wine at one of the most famous bodegas (wineries) in the world. Located in the sherry capital of Jerez de la Frontera and globally recognized for its brandies and fortified wines, González Byass has a fascinating history that includes the construction of the great Tío Pepe bodega in 1963. Make your way to the bodega in the fertile green hills, where the poignant music and dance of the flamenco was born. Among the legendary products González Byass produces, the Soberano brandy is world-renowned, while the Lepanto brandy features a distinctive bottle designed by the Royal Glass Factory of La Granja. The sherry wines produced at González Byass are made from the best Palomino grapes, resulting in a young wine that is thoroughly mixed and ripe. The wine is aged for a year in open oak barrels, as it is one of the few wines that improve from contact with the air. A noble and old sherry can educate younger ones and the older wines are stored in aged barrels and constantly replenished to maintain their quality. In 2014, González Byass was awarded the "Best Visitor Centre" in the Drinks International Wine Tourism Awards. .

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Jerez: Historic Center Guided Tour

2. Jerez: Historic Center Guided Tour

Enjoy a guided tour of Jerez de la Frontera, the most important city in the Cadiz province, home to Spain's legendary sherry production, and notable for its historical and artistic heritage. Meet your guide in the Plaza del Arenal and set off to explore the neighborhood of San Miguel, with its stunning Gothic church and typical architecture. Discover a rich mix of Islamic and Christian monuments surrounding the Alcázar, and admire the Gothic, Baroque, and Neoclassical façades of the cathedral. Learn about the mysterious Tartessians, attributed as the first settlers of the area. Journey through the times of the Phoenicians, Romans, Visigoths and Moors, and learn how each left a deep cultural impression on Jerez. Marvel at the decorative squares and palaces, including the site of the old Town Hall, and go to the Church of San Dionisio, the only Mudejar church in town.

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Jerez: Traditional Tapas Tour

3. Jerez: Traditional Tapas Tour

Enrich your senses with this gastronomic and cultural tour in Jerez's famous restaurants. Enjoy and savor the best tapas of the local cuisine where tradition and innovation come together. Discover the historical and cultural heritage of Jerez de la Frontera with its rich cuisine. Follow your guide around this beautiful city to learn about its typical areas. Be amazed at the characteristic bars and renowned restaurants that Jerez has to offer.

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Monumental Jerez Guided Tour

4. Monumental Jerez Guided Tour

Enjoy a full guided tour scouring the two of the most remarkable buildings of the city of Jerez: The Alcazar and the Cathedral. We start from the central Plaza del Arenal. We will visit the Old Boulevard close to the walled Alcazar. Meet the Muslim and Christian architecture visiting indoor and surroundings of the Alcázar and the binding of architectural styles Gothic, Baroque and Neoclassical on the facade of the Cathedral. Walk the historic center of the city to admire its beautiful squares, houses-palaces, the old town hall and the only Jerez Mudejar church in: Church of San Dionisio.

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Jerez de la Frontera Private Guided Walking Tour

5. Jerez de la Frontera Private Guided Walking Tour

Jerez de la Frontera, well known for its wines, its horses, and its flamenco, preserves a monumental center that has been declared a historic artistic site. One of the noblest towns in Andalusia brings together the splendor of aristocratic palaces with the popular flavor of typically Andalusian houses. During this walking tour, discover not only Jerez de la Frontera's Arab past, very clear in its walls, the Fortress and the Mosque, or the city’s main Christian symbol, the Cathedral, but also the tangled streets of the old town, the atmosphere of the timeless buildings, the hidden courtyards, and the occasional forgotten corner where the essence of Andalusia is captured by a special lighting. A stop at the Food Market illustrates why Jerez de la Frontera's cuisine is so tasty. You'll be greeted by over 50 stalls selling everything from fresh fish to giant tuna, from boquerones and shellfish to huge spider crabs and diminutive Cadiz Bay shrimps. There are also a number of vegetable stalls where you can find every seasonal vegetable imaginable. An equal revelation are a smaller number of other stalls where you can find olives to Iberian ham or local cheese. What could be better than to finish off your walk at one of the best Tabernas of the city to savor a delicious Sherry wine? Come, enjoy, taste, and discover Jerez de la Frontera.

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What people are saying about Jerez de la Frontera

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 85 reviews

Marta was very knowledgeable. She engaged with us well. We had a lovely couple of hours with her and hope to see her on another tour one day.

Maria was helpful knowledgeable and a pleasure to be with. We had a lovely evening. Thank you Maria

Maria made the tour really interesting and pleasant!!!

Maria was excellent! Very knowledgeable. Great tour.

Very good experience, our guide María was perfect.