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Cadiz Food Tours

El Puerto de Santa Maria, Spain
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About Cadiz Food Tours
We want to be your hosts in the province of Cadiz. We look for the most genuine places and put them at your fingertips so you can live the real local authenticity.With us you will experience what others just see, enjoy the exuberant and colorful architecture, you will learn about the history and culture, you will be surprised with the gastronomy and feel all the magic of Cadiz.
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Tours and Tickets by Cadiz Food Tours

Cadiz Old Town Private Walking Tour

Discover the fascinating history of one of the western world’s oldest inhabited cities on a 2-hour walking tour of Cadiz’s Old Town. Learn about the various styles of architecture that represent the city’s multilayered past, admire the exterior of the seaside Cadiz Cathedral and see where residents shop at a local market. Wander through narrow alleyways and charming plazas while your guide shares legends and facts about the ancient town.
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2 hours 30 minutes
from US$ 67.83

Private Cadiz Tapas Tour with the Food Market

Visit some of the most interesting tapas bars in Cadiz with a food-loving guide who shares commentary about Spain’s culinary traditions. Bypass the tourist traps and head to local favorites to taste an array of tapas and wine. Highlights include the food market, fresh seafood, a venerable family-run establishment, and a modern venue that mixes tradition with innovation. Includes food and wine tastings, and pickup at centrally located hotels.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from US$ 117.15

Jerez de la Frontera Private Tapas Walking Tour with Food Market

Spain's Andalusia region—and the city of Jerez de la Frontera—is known around the world for its fortified sherry wine and savory tapas. But for foodies traveling through Jerez, it's challenging to unpack the city's insider food culture. On this private tapas tour, you'll follow a local guide through the old town's winding streets and courtyards to experience the city's best flavors, with drinks and tapas included. This tour pairs a market visit with stops at celebrated tapas bars to create a near-perfect, traditional culinary experience.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from US$ 113.64

El Puerto de Santa Maria Old Town Private Walking Tour

El Puerto de Santa Maria is a hidden gem; discover the fascinating history of this bright, open town, given extra beauty by its centre, which has been declared a Historic Ensemble. 

Located at the mouth of the Guadalete River, on The Bay of Cadiz the city is locally known as El Puerto, its old and winding cobbled streets invite us to delve into the city centre to discover its colourful architecture, hidden places and the nooks and crannies of this ancient city full of charm and steeped in history.
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2 hours 30 minutes
from US$ 67.02

Private Jerez de la Frontera Walking Tour with Sherry Wine

Discover with us the amazing city of Jerez de la Frontera, where churches, palaces and unique buildings are discovered among orange trees and fountains along plazas, streets and corners.   
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2 hours 30 minutes
from US$ 66.85
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Scott Johnson wrote a review Apr 2020
Cheshire, United Kingdom102 contributions53 helpful votes
I grew up around the corner and have taken many tours and have arranged them, This old Port/Town is packed with History, architecture, Food and Drinks. Situated on a narrow slice of land surrounded by the sea‚ Cádiz is a typically Andalusian city with amazingly attractive views and historical landmarks. The older part of Cádiz within the remnants of the city walls is commonly referred to as the Old Town If your here in February The Carnival of Cádiz is one of the best known carnivals in the world. Throughout the year, carnival-related activities are almost constant in the city; there are always rehearsals, public demonstrations, and contests of various kinds. The Carnival of Cádiz is famous for groups called chirigotas, who perform comical musical pieces. Typically a chirigota is composed of seven to twelve performers who sing, act and improvise accompanied by guitars, kazoos, a bass drum, and a variety of noise-makers. The food & Drink here is amazing as well, please do try all you can,
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Susan S wrote a review Dec 2019
Panama Province, Panama55 contributions39 helpful votes
Instead of going on the $109 excursion of the cruise ship we were on in Cadiz, we booked a tasting at Gutierrez Colonia on our own. The ferry to El Puerto de Santa Maria was only a few blocks from the cruise ship dock, round trip ferry fare was 5.50 Euro. The winery was only a few blocks from the other end of the ferry. And then the tour itself (10 Euro each) was small, only eight of us (but from 5 different countries), but very thorough. And included tasting SIX different varieties of sherry! The guide, one of the owners I think, explained every step and had wonderful anecdotes. I had always thought sherry was like Port, but no! And I had also not known there were so many varieties. And they were all delicious!! We had planned to also go to one of the big bodegas, but after tasting six kinds of sherry, we really didn't think we could do another. but there was no reason to, anyway. We decided, after the tasting, that we had tried the very best , so why look further? This is one of a very few, (three?) small producers left, and their claim to fame is that they are so close to the river, and the sea, that their products taste differently (and better!) than those farther away. My favorite was the Cream, but we also liked the Moscatel and actually, all of them! It was well worth going on our own instead of with a big tour. So if you happen to be in the area, go see them!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Jenny Wright wrote a review Oct 2019
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Outstanding! We learned a lot, our guide was very knowledgeable and had a great sense of humour. He was attentive and helpful.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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travelbug5252 wrote a review Oct 2019
Vancouver, Canada8 contributions1 helpful vote
A nice place to visit. Easy to walk around to see everything and enjoy seafood at its best! The locals were friendly and welcoming, the area safe and clean. Would definitely come back if I get a chance.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Sue T wrote a review Sep 2019
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Visited this small family run bodegas which was really interesting. Our guide explained everything very well in English and managed to answer all our questions. The tasting of 4 sherries and 2 sweet desert wines was well set out with even a guide showing which foods the wines went with. Also, gave us a sample of sherry brandy which was excellent. Good value for the money.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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