Province of Cádiz
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Jerez: Live Flamenco Show with Optional Dinner

1. Jerez: Live Flamenco Show with Optional Dinner

Enjoy an authentic Flamenco show in Jerez, located in the region that is known as the birthplace of flamenco. The show takes place at Tablao Flamenco Puro Arte, a bodega dating from 1739. You will have the opportunity to watch flamenco of different styles, such as martinetes, soleá, and bulerías.  The show has a duration of approximately one hour and ten minutes. It is delivered by a group of four artists and is specifically designed for those who are looking for a high-quality flamenco show. You have the option to upgrade your experience with a dinner option. There are two different menu options that feature some of the best regional specialties. If you choose the show with drink, you can buy tapas dishes from the menu. You can also enjoy local wines from the region.

Cadiz: 3-Hour Tapas Tour

2. Cadiz: 3-Hour Tapas Tour

Explore the locals' favorite establishments, discovering the local gastronomy and vibrant lifestyle of Cádiz on this tapas tour. Stroll through the picturesque, historic streets with your local guide. As you pass through various neighborhoods, your guide will be sure to bring to visit four different, and highly recommended bars for a variety of food and drinks. Taste a wide variety of local produce including cheese, cured meats from the province's villages. You will also get to try the popular pescaito frito (Cádiz's famous fried fish), as well some original specialties from the best restaurants during your tour. Wash down these delicacies with a glass of local wine, or a refreshing beer if you prefer. Discover the real Cádiz, a true local experience. 

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.

Cádiz: Local Tapas Experience

4. Cádiz: Local Tapas Experience

Savor the rich flavors of Cádiz on this exciting food tour. Dive into the culture and cuisine of the city as your guide steers you towards lesser-known food joints. Explore the local Tapas in Cádiz with wine. Hop from local markets to taverns to taste Sherry Wine and local food. See the city's culinary scene from an insider's point of view with visits to authentic places that locals love. Learn about the key ingredients of Andalusian cuisine with a tour of the food market. Eat like a local and taste a bocadillo. Then, move on to a tour of 3 Tapas bars including drinks and food at each bar. Soak in the local atmosphere.

Cadiz: Tapas Tasting Private Tour

5. Cadiz: Tapas Tasting Private Tour

Explore an authentic food culture of Spain on a half-day walking and tasting tour of Cadiz, and discover the central role that tapas play on the gastronomic scene. What started as small snacks to be enjoyed with a drink has developed into a way of eating; a gastronomic culture that you can share with friends and family. Tapas vary from region to region, reflecting differences in the ingredients and preparations, and in the different lifestyles. During the tour, you will walk around the monumental center to discover secret corners and hear amazing stories from the past. Learn how the city was discovered 3,000 years ago by the Phoenicians, making it the oldest existing city in the western world. Stop at some of the most emblematic tapas bars, and taste the best of the local food scene, from traditional to creative hot and cold dishes, served on bread or independently, but always with a glass of wine.

El Puerto de Santa Maria: Private Tapas Walking Tour

6. El Puerto de Santa Maria: Private Tapas Walking Tour

Get to know El Puerto de Santa Maria and its gastronomic traditions on a 3-hour tapas tour. Well known for its delicious food and fine wines, the town is located on the Bay of Cadiz, which is the source of an amazing assortment of fish and seafood. The surrounding fertile fields yield a variety of fruits and vegetables. With the ready availability of these top-quality ingredients, you’ll find a wide range of tapas to choose from, both traditional and creative, served on bread or on their own, cold or hot, small or large. What they all have in common is that they provide you with a real taste of the best of El Puerto de Santa Maria. The old, irregular cobbled streets of El Puerto de Santa Maria invite you to explore the historic center and to discover its colorful architecture and out-of-the-way places. Visit La Concepción, a food market located in the heart of El Puerto de Santa Maria, featuring traditional food stalls and a lively atmosphere. Continue your walk as your guide leads you to hidden tapas bars and wineries, where you’ll delight in the cuisine and wines of El Puerto de Santa Maria. The tour is offered from Tuesday through Saturday, in the morning when the market is at its best.

Jerez: Local Tapas & Taverns

7. Jerez: Local Tapas & Taverns

This experience is made for those who love food, drinks and cooking. The perfect adventure for you to explore the local Tapas in Jerez enjoy food and wine. You will discover the local markets, taverns (well known as Tabancos, Tabernas) secret spots where you will be able to taste Sherry Wine and local cuisine. visit to the Food Market where you will discover the ingredients of the Andalusian cuisine Taste an unique bocadillo as locals do! visit 3 Tapas bars including drinks and food at each bar. You will feel the local atmosphere visit Authentic places that locals love

Cadiz: 3-Hour History & Tapas Private Walking Tour

8. Cadiz: 3-Hour History & Tapas Private Walking Tour

Enjoy a culinary walking tour in Cadiz. You will learn about the history and culture in addition to being surprised with the gastronomy. Go to the best bars in the city and look for the best tapas and the best gastronomic finds. While you go from bar to bar, you’ll be taken to the most important areas of historic and cultural heritage so that you will also visit the oldest city in Europe and discover its highlights. It is said tapas was invented here.  With a local expert as your guide, you’ll learn about the history of Spanish gastronomy and discover the delights of tapas dining on visits of Cadiz’s best bars with local wine, sherry or beer. Try the typical fried fish, Iberian ham and seafood. This tour will avoid the crowded tourist spots and routes so that you will be able to discover authentic local life and taste the typical tapas and wine from Cadiz.

Cadiz: Private Food and Culture Walking Tour with Tastings

9. Cadiz: Private Food and Culture Walking Tour with Tastings

Discover the oldest city in western Europe on this private gastronomic sightseeing tour in Cadiz. Explore the historic center of the city on foot and visit 3 different bars to taste the distinctive and exquisite flavors of what makes Cadiz cuisine so special. Embark on a cultural walk around the ancient city and admire sights such as the Cathedral of Cadiz, San Sebastian, and the Castle of Santa Catalina. Visit 3 snack bars to taste traditional tapas (Spanish snacks) paired with 3 drinks including local wines. Discovered by the Phoenicians nearly 3,000 years ago, Cadiz has been fought over, conquered, and settled upon by many different civilizations. Each civilization has introduced its own culture to the area, making Cadiz an important region throughout its history.

Cadiz Full-Day Guided Excursion from Seville

10. Cadiz Full-Day Guided Excursion from Seville

According to mythology, Cadiz was founded by Hercules after he created the Strait of Gibraltar. Whatever its actual origins, the city clearly has its own soul, history, and charm. Cadiz is situated on a narrow peninsula that was one time an island. The locals, called gaditanos, are known as the most friendly Spaniards you’re likely to meet. Boasting the largest Carnival celebration in Spain, Cadiz is well-known for its beaches, great fish and produce markets, and its flamenco artists. On this full-day tour you’ll enjoy a stroll through the old town with a chance to admire colorful architecture, stunning palaces, and countless cozy squares. Explore the historical center of Spain’s oldest continuously inhabited city. Visit some of the fine museums that reveal the ancient glory of this unique city. Your tour ends with a visit to the Torre Tavira, one of 129 watchtowers in Cadiz, the highest point in the old town (45 meters above sea level). Marvel at the stunning views over Cadiz through the Camara Obscura.

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What people are saying about Province of Cádiz

Alvaro is a real ambassador for Cadiz and his knowledge and love of his city comes across in his choices of taverns and his descriptions of the delicious tapas and sherry and wines. He is a considerate and charming guide and I highly recommend him We visited the oldest sherry tavern in Cadiz, the owner was delightful and I am now a sherry drinker too! We visited a number of different tapas bars sampling unusual and delicious local dishes in each - I learnt a lot about the fabulous local products. Hoping to visit Cadiz again soon and to do another of Alvaro’s trips to Puerto.

Our guide was Marta, she was very friendly and knowledgeable about all the varieties of sherry. We loved that Marta was flexible about getting started with the tour, because a wonderful choir was just beginning to sing at our meeting place. We had one sherry & 1 tapa at each of 3 authentic tapas bars. The last bar had a Flamenco show, luckily for us, 10 minutes after we arrived.

Absolutely authentic amazing evening, the dancers and staff were fantastic! If had to critise anything about the evening, after the show is finished, very quick to give checks out but it would be nice to have been able to sit and enjoy the bar for a bit longer.

First rate professional flamenco - the best I have seen. The full menu needs a very full appetite - otherwise go for the tapas

Absolutely fantastic. Very atmospheric, intimate venue.