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Apartments Piedramar, Conil de la Frontera, Costa de la Luz

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Excursions in Costa de la Luz (Cadiz)


Cadiz Trimilenario

Cadiz Trimilenario

As Europe’s longest continuously inhabited city, Cadiz offers visitors a wealth of attractions. This two-hour guided tour offers a fascinating introduction to this hidden gem of a city. Some 3,000 years ago, when the Phoenicians settled in this peninsula jutting out into the Atlantic, they gave it the name Gadir, which meant ‘walled stronghold’. The Romans called it Gades and the Moors named it Quadis. This morning walk will stroll through the remains of all those periods to the present.



Citysightseeing Cadiz (Hop on Hop off)

Citysightseeing Cadiz (Hop on Hop off)

Discover Cádiz at your leisure with a this sightseeing tour. Cádiz is said to be the oldest city in Western Europe; it was founded by Phoenician sailors about 3000 years ago as a commercial stronghold.

This beautiful city is now famous for the picturesque, Moorish charm of its old town, situated at the tip of a narrow peninsula, buzzing with delightful plazas that are constantly full of life. The new town is an elegant metropolis where you´ll find sophisticated shopping avenues together with excellent beaches.

This sightseeing tour provides 12 conveniently located stops around the city and enables you to make the most of your visit. Hop on and off at your leisure, as many times as you like using your ticket that is valid for 24 hours.

The route loops around the city and along the coast. You may wish to hop off and visit the city’s most famous landmarks - the Cathedral. The Plaza de la Catedral houses both the Cathedral and the baroque Santiago church, built in 1635. Lovers of architecture and culture may also wish to visit any number of the city’s many other churches.

For a fantastic view of Cádiz, hop off at the Torre Tavira and gaze through the Cámara Obscura, one of the city’s most popular attractions. Learn all about the history of Cádiz in one of the city’s museums which include the Museo de Cádiz, Museo de Las Cortes de Cádiz and the Palacio de Congresos. There is something for everyone in this beautiful city.



Isla Magica, Seville

Isla Magica, Seville

The Isla Mágica (Magic Island) recreates the atmosphere and society of the 16th century, the period in which new worlds were beginning to be discovered by Spanish pioneers. This theme park is the first in all the world located inside the city itself. It has a surface area of 364,711 square metres and has grown into a leisure centre in which lots of fun awaits. Visitors coming to Isla Mágica are greeted by 7 thematic areas of the park.



Wine cellar visit Real Tesoro, Jerez

Wine cellar visit Real Tesoro, Jerez

Bodegas Real Tesoro Valdespino is much more than a bodega. Here you will be offered the opportunity to discover the fundamental pillars of Jerez culture: the passion for fine wine, horses and art.

In this guided tour we´ll start by visiting the central patio with its magnificent collection of baroque works of art, the Bodega de Lola where Tio Mateo Sherry is produced, the bottling plant where from a balcony you will be able to observe the process undergone by the wine from the moment it enters the plant until it leaves, ready to be sold.

Next we´ll visit the Bodega´s stud where Spanish thoroughbred horses are bred. You´ll have plenty of time to admire these magnificent animals and to visit a collection of antique harnesses and carriages.

Next we´ll visit Gran Bodega Valedespino with its 25,000 casks of American Oak, one of the largest wine -cellars in the area. Here you´ll learn all about the different types of sherry and the famous solera and criadera system. Finally we´ll visit the Bodega´s Art gallery where you can see over 100 engravings by Picasso as well as works by Chillida, Miró, Zuluoaga, Tàpies, Dalí and many other contemporary artists. The visit will end with a wine-tasting.

This guided tour takes around 1 ½ hours and includes a wine-tasting. his guided tour takes around 1 ½ hours and includes a wine-tasting.



Barbadillo win cellar, Sanlucar de Barrameda

Barbadillo win cellar, Sanlucar de Barrameda

Bodegas Barbadillo, situated in Sanlucar de Barrameda, is home to many different types of sherries as well as one of Spain's best-selling white wines.

In this guided tour we will visit five different bodegas built in different architectural styles at this complex that dates from 1827 as well as the Bodega's fascinating Museum, as our knowledgeable guide will tell you all about the different aspects of wine-making.

The Barbadillo Museum is located in a building dating from the early nineteenth century, part of the large complex of wine cellars at the foot of the medieval castle of Santiago. At the museum itself you can learn all about wine production from the vineyard, to the fermentation process, storage, bottling and marketing. You will also learn about the history of Manzanilla sherry and the Barbadillo family and its important cultural heritage.

The museum is divided into two floors: on the ground floor you will find a gift shop and wine-tasting areas and the first storey contains displays on the history of Bodegas Barbadillo, and its key product, Manzanilla, together with a wide variety of utensils and machinery along with clear, concise information panels.

At the end of visit we will taste two kinds of sherry, Manzanilla and Cream. This guided tour takes around 1 hour and includes a wine-tasting.



Wine Cellar Pedro Domecq, Jerez

Wine Cellar Pedro Domecq, Jerez

The Bodegas Fundador Pedro Domecq is the oldest Sherry firm in the city of Jerez, dating back to the 18th Century. It is also one of the most exclusive and singular bodegas in this city dedicated to sherry.

On this guided tour, after a brief introduction video, we'll visit some spectacular, historical buildings including the wine cellars of San Pedro, El Molino and La Luz, among others, where you'll see row on row of American Oak casks used for storing the different sherries and brandies. In the complex you'll also see pretty traditional Andalusian patios and shady 18th Century gardens.

All of the sites are an excellent combination of art, history, architecture, craftsmanship, and of of course great sherry, making this one of the best and most interesting bodegas to visit. A tour of these unique bodegas will take you back in time, providing you with a feast for your senses The firm was even named as the best wine producer in the world in 2005 by the International Wine and Spirits Competition.

Tours are provided in both English and Spanish and take around an hour. A tour of the cellars as well as a tasting session is included. For an additional price, tapas will also be provided at the sherry tasting session. There is also a shop where you will be able to purchase the different brandies and sherries produced by the bodega.



Gonzalez-Byass Cellars, Jerez

Gonzalez-Byass Cellars, Jerez

This guided tour will take you around the facilities of Gonzalez Byass at Jerez de la Frontera, one of Spain´s most famous Sherry Bodegas. More than 45 million litres of wine, brandy and sherry are stored here and guests will get the chance to sample a glass or two.

We´ll walk through the different cellars, some of them nearly two hundred years old as your guide tells you all about the building´s fascinating history. The bodegas consist of a complex of different buildings where you can learn how different types of sherries and brandies are made.

We´ll visit La Viña San Manuel, the only vineyard open to the public in a Sherry Bodega, before going down into the cellars where the brandy is stored, the walls stained black by the high concentration of alcohol in the air. Then we´ll see a brief video on the history of the Bodegas in La Cuadra before we visit the Bodega of the Apostles where you´ll see row on row of massive barrels. Then we´ll visit the Bodegas of La Constancia and Los Reyes, dating from 1857. On the barrels you´ll see the signatures of the many celebrities, including artists, sportsmen and women and members of Royalty that have visited the bodegas over the years. And children will love the famous mice climbing tiny ladders to drink sweet wine from special glasses.

This guided tour takes around 1 ½ hours and includes a wine-tasting. There is also a shop in the bodega where you will have the chance to purchase souvenirs as well as some of the Bodega´s many different sherries and brandies.



Dolphins and Wheels on Tarifa

Dolphins and Wheels on Tarifa

In this two hour excursion we'll sail out into the Straits of Gibraltar on the look out for whales and dolphins.

Whale watching is a fun as well as educational activity; you should be able to spot some of the three types of dolphin that inhabit the recently established Marine Nature Reserve in the area: Common, Striped and Bottlenose. They also share their habitat with Pilot Whales. If you're lucky you may even make a sighting of Killer Whales, Sperm Whales and Fin Whales as they migrate back and forth through the Straits from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean.

There are regular departures form the port of Tarifa in three different boats with capacity for 150, 60 and 10 passengers respectively. The excursion lasts 2 hours and there is a 90% possibility of a sighting. If there is no sighting then passengers will get another ticket for free for a second chance. The excursions are guided by English-speaking marine biologists whose commentaries will provide us with information about the ecosystem, and the biology and behaviour of these animals.

The beauty of Whale Watching at the Southernmost tip of Europe cannot be described: you'll see these sea-mammals playfully surrounding our boat, soaring in and out of the water. We guarantee you an unforgettable experience.

Don't forget to bring comfortable shoes, a jacket for the wind and sunglasses. Please note that food and drinks are not included in this excursion but snacks, soda, water and beer are available on board.



Killer whales and whales excursion

Killer whales and whales excursion

In this two hour excursion we'll sail out into the Straits of Gibraltar on the look out for whales and dolphins.

Whale watching is a fun as well as educational activity; you should be able to spot some of the three types of dolphin that inhabit the recently established Marine Nature Reserve in the area: Common, Striped and Bottlenose. They also share their habitat with Pilot Whales. If you're lucky you may even make a sighting of Killer Whales, Sperm Whales and Fin Whales as they migrate back and forth through the Straits from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean.

There are regular departures form the port of Tarifa in three different boats with capacity for 150, 60 and 10 passengers respectively. The excursion lasts 2 hours and there is a 90% possibility of a sighting. If there is no sighting then passengers will get another ticket for free for a second chance. The excursions are guided by English-speaking marine biologists whose commentaries will provide us with information about the ecosystem, and the biology and behaviour of these animals.

The beauty of Whale Watching at the Southernmost tip of Europe cannot be described: you'll see these sea-mammals playfully surrounding our boat, soaring in and out of the water. We guarantee you an unforgettable experience.

Don't forget to bring comfortable shoes, a jacket for the wind and sunglasses. Please note that food and drinks are not included in this excursion but snacks, soda, water and beer are available on board.



Sancti Petri Casttle and Natural Park

Sancti Petri Casttle and Natural Park

Departing from the port of Sancti-Petri (Chiclana de la Frontera), we will enter in the Natural Park of the Bay of Cadiz, which is located between the municipalities of Puerto Real, San Fernando, Cadiz and Chiclana. It is precisely the caño de Sancti Petri, located next to the village of the same name, the natural entrance to the Park, around a true natural maze of pipes and salinas. Pink flamingos, spoonbills, are some of the species of birds that make these lands their breeding grounds, or who used the Bay as a crossing point on their migratory routes. It has nothing to envy the avifauna of Cadiz to other places Bay, as it is the case of Doñana. You should not forget binoculars for this ride.



Sancti Petri and Barrosa beach

Sancti Petri and Barrosa beach

In this morning tour you´ll get privileged views of the Bay of Cadiz with its amazing birdlife, impressive ancient ruins as well as the wonderful beach of la Barrosa.

We´ll leave the port of Chiclana de la Frontera at 11:30 and sail into the Bay of Cadiz Nature Reserve. The Bay of Cadiz is a maze of salt marshes and creeks located between the towns of Cadiz, San Fernando, Chiclana and Puerto Real. Flamingoes and spoonbills are just some of the species of bird that use the Bay of Cadiz as a breeding ground or resting place on their migrations – so you should not forget your binoculars.

We´ll pass the abandoned site of an almadraba (a maze of nets used for fishing tuna) continuously used from Phoenecian times until it was abandoned in 1973 as we head for the island of Sancti Petri. This small barren island was in ancient times the site of the famous Temple of Hercules, one of the most important sanctuaries in the ancient world. The temple began its decline in the 4th Century and was abandoned during the attacks of the Visigoths.

Centuries of war and destruction, of high tides, fierce storms and stone quarrying mean that there´s not much left of the temple today. Now the only buildings on the island are a castle dating from the 17th Century and a lighthouse. Then we will then sail along the whole length of the beautiful beach of La Barrosa before returning to Chiclana at around 12:30.

This trip takes around an hour. The boat has an onboard bar where you can purchase soft drinks and beer.



Sunset on Sancti Petri

Sunset on Sancti Petri

Watch the sun go down behind the site of the Temple of Hercules as you watch the flamingoes take flight in this sunset cruise around the Bay of Cadiz.

We´ll leave the port of Chiclana de la Frontera in the early evening and sail into the Bay of Cadiz Nature Reserve. Flamingoes and spoonbills are just some of the species of bird that use the Bay of Cadiz as a breeding ground or resting place on their migrations – so you should not forget your binoculars. The Bay of Cadiz is a maze of salt marshes and creeks located between the towns of Cadiz, San Fernando, Chiclana and Puerto Real.

We´ll pass the abandoned site of an almadraba (a maze of nets used for fishing tuna) continuously used from Phoenecian times until it was abandoned in 1973 as we head for the island of Sancti Petri.

This small barren island was in ancient times the site of the famous Temple of Hercules, one of the most important sanctuaries in the ancient world. The temple began its decline in the 4th Century and was abandoned during the attacks of the Visigoths. Centuries of war and destruction, of high tides, fierce storms and stone quarrying mean that there´s not much left of the temple today. Now the only buildings on the island are a castle dating from the 17th Century and a lighthouse.

Then in this evening boat ride you can admire the incomparable spectacle of the sun sinking into the Atlantic against the stark backdrop of the ruins of Sancti Petri Castle before returning to Chiclana between 20:00 and 21:00.