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Seville to Cadiz Day Trip with Jerez Sherry wine tasting included 2024

1 day Cadiz and Jerez En, Fr, Spa, It
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Seville to Cadiz Day Trip with Jerez Sherry wine tasting included - 2024

Day trip to Cadiz from Seville: One-day itinerary for a perfect day

Day trip from Seville to Jerez and Cádiz - From Seville: Cadiz and Jerez de la Frontera Day Trip - Seville to Cadiz and Jerez de la Frontera day trip
Jerez Frontera offers many things to see and do for visitors from all over the world!
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The wines of Jerez - Wine Day trip from Seville

From Seville: Cadiz and Jerez de la Frontera Day Trip

Discover Jerez and Cádiz: Must-Visit Andalusian Cities

Day trip from Seville to Cádiz and Jerez

With this tour, you will get to know Jerez and Cadiz, two very beautiful Andalusian cities and a must to visit.

There is no better way than an excursion from Seville to discover Cadiz, a city full of life and history. From enjoying the beautiful coastline of the Bay of Cadiz to visiting a traditional winery in Jerez de la Frontera to tasting the emblematic Andalusian wines, there is something for everyone in Cadiz and Jerez.

Discover Jerez and Cadiz with an excursion from Seville, exploring Andalusian wine culture and iconic landmarks. Enjoy Cadiz’s coastline, traditional wineries in Jerez de la Frontera, and historic sites like the Cathedral of Cadiz and Caleta Beach. Perfect for art, history, and nature lovers.

  • Included/Not included

     1 day 
     Cadiz and Jerez 
     En, Fr, Spa, It 
    • Day Trip Seville to Cadiz - Jerez de la Frontera
    • Experienced and professional guide.
    • Round trip Seville - Jerez - Cádiz - Seville
    • Access to a wine cellar in Jerez de la Frontera.
    • Walking tour through Jerez.
    • A guided walking tour in the city of Cádiz.
    • Foods.
    • Additional drinks to the glass of wine.
  • Availability and Prices

    Check the prices of the visit and the availability of hours and days according to the time of year in our reservation calendar.

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  • Seville to Cadiz Day Trip Meeting Point

    Please, check the voucher you will receive for the details and specific instructions about this activity.

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    Seville To Cadiz And Jerez De La Frontera Day Trip - Seville to Cadiz Day Trip with Jerez Sherry wine tasting included
    Seville To Cadiz And Jerez De La Frontera Day Trip - Seville to Cadiz Day Trip with Jerez Sherry wine tasting included

    Day trip from Seville to Cadiz: What to expect on the day

    Highlights of a excursion to Cádiz and Jerez de la Frontera

    Visit of Jerez

    Jerez de la Frontera is a typical Spanish city with a long and rich history. One of the most conspicuous characteristics of Jerez is the astonishing diversity of its architecture. From the 16th century to the present, Jerez has been dominated by different cultures at different times.

    We will explore this incredible diversity of architectural and cultural heritage. During our tour, we will take a walk and stop at a wine store in the center of Jerez. This will give us the opportunity to get to know the famous Jerez wine.

    We cannot forget that Sherry is one of the most outstanding products of the Jerez region. The Jerez wine industry has been present for centuries and has played an important role in the economic life of this region, ensuring its international reputation.

    So it will be with great joy that we will enjoy this small tasting of these wines before leaving for Cádiz.

    Visit of Cadiz

    We are very happy to be able to enjoy this small sample of these wines before going to Cádiz. Cadiz is special for its maritime atmosphere with its old city castle. There are many places to find and enjoy the beauty of this city. The Plaza de San Juan de Dios, the Cathedral of Cadiz, the Pópulo district of Cadiz, the Caleta Beach are some examples of places with a surprising charm.

    The city also has a lot to offer nature lovers, such as beaches, parks, gardens, hiking and much more.

    Cadiz is not only a place to live, it also has beauty to offer, making it a perfect destination for art and history enthusiasts.

    Our cultural tour in Cadiz will give you the opportunity to experience the culture and history of the city of the chirigotas while seeing its most emblematic monuments.

    Why travel to Jerez and Cadiz from Seville?

    The province of Cádiz is a beautiful and unique place not only culturally but also environmentally.

    As a Spanish city, Cádiz has its own identity. It is famous for its white sand beaches and crystal clear waters , as well as for the mountain tops with their most typical fir forests.

    As for Jerez de la Frontera, it is a city in the province of Cádiz and is the third most populated city in Andalusia, Spain. It is located on the north bank of the Guadalete River, has been inhabited since the 3rd century BC and is one of the oldest cities in Spain. It was also an important center of trade with Africa by sea, as well as with other parts of Europe.

    Jerez has a population of more than 70,000 inhabitants, which makes it one of the most populated cities in Andalusia. The great influx of people began with the discovery and colonization of America by Amerigo Vespucci. In 1501 he arrived with his fleet in Portugal and then in the province of Cádiz, where he camped near Jerez de la Frontera.

    The Carnivals of Cádiz

    Carnival Monday (the Monday before Ash Wednesday) is traditionally dedicated to children and young people who have free entry to the party, which also includes a parade through various

    The most popular festival in Cádiz is the Carnavales de Cádiz . The Carnavales de Cádiz is a festival in the city of Cádiz, Spain. It is one of the most important festivals in Andalusia and is celebrated on Carnival Monday.

    The Cádiz Carnival brings together Andalusian cultural identity, tradition and history. Added to this, it has become an opportunity for people to express their creativity through the art and circus shows that are presented during this time. This festival lasts for about two weeks each year and attracts millions of tourists each year.

    The port of Cádiz

    Puerto Cádiz and its uninterrupted coastline offer spectacular views. It was founded by King Alfonso X on April 24, 1292. The Port of Cádiz is the largest port in Europe, it is an important center for maritime transport and has a long history dating back to before Roman times. Important economic center due to its strategic location in the Strait of Gibraltar and its proximity to Africa and America, the Port of Cádiz handled more than 3 million tons of cargo in 2015, making it one of the busiest ports in Europe .

    Jerez, a World Heritage Site

    Jerez de la Frontera was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1993 because it has been inhabited since prehistoric times. Its architecture includes Greek and Roman remains.

    The historic center of the city shows traces of its medieval origins with narrow streets that are sometimes a few meters wide and houses of irregular shapes.

    The city has important monuments and buildings such as the Torre de Santa Catalina, the Plaza del Ayuntamiento, the Palace of the Counts of Ximénez de la Frontera, the Monastery of San Juan Bautista or the Church of El Salvador.

    Every year, Jerez hosts one of the most important wine fairs in Europe: the International Exhibition of the Jerez Wine Fair. Held for more than 150 years since 1868 , it has been an opportunity for all kinds of professionals to come together to discuss different aspects related to their work, from winemaking.

  • Languages

    En, Fr, Spa, It

  • Accessibility & Tips Guided Tour


    • Cádiz and Jerez are cities that defend accessible tourism.

    Tips Guided Tour

    • If you travel to Jerez de la Frontera or Cádiz, it is important that you hire a professional guide. They will give you an insider's view of the city and help you find the best places to visit the sites properly.
  • FAQS: 1 Day in Jerez and Cádiz

    The answers to the most frequently asked questions.

    Which municipalities belong to Jerez de la Frontera?

    Jerez de la Frontera is a municipality in the province of Cádiz, Andalusia, Spain. It is located on the left bank of the Guadalete River, which separates it from Cadiz. Jerez de la Frontera has eight different municipalities surrounding it. Each municipality is divided into districts.

    Municipalities bordering Jerez de la Frontera:

    • El Puerto de Santa María 12.8 km
    • Puerto Real 18.2 km
    • Trebujena 20.7 km
    • Rota 21.2 km
    • Cadiz 22.3 km
    • San Fernando 25.2 km
    • Chipiona 27.3 km
    • Chiclana de la Frontera 29.8 km

    What are the best festivals in Cádiz?

    The Carnival of Cadiz is the most international and important festival that has made this city the cradle of street protest, the art of costume and the voice of its people.

    The best festivals in Cádiz are:

    • The CARNAVAL and the Official Competition of Carnival Groups in the Gran Teatro Falla, where the different groups, Choirs, Comparsas, Chirigotas and Quartets, assess the current affairs. It takes place in our city with a critical and ironic point of view and using humor as a source. The city lives in anticipation and preparation for this great event every year.
    • EASTER. Holy Week in Cadiz perfectly combines culture, art, devotion and emotion. The most striking thing about the procession is that the floats go to their own church or to the penitential station of the Holy Church Cathedral, where art and religion seem to merge.
    • INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF THE TOWNS "CIUDAD DE CÁDIZ". This festival is usually held in our city during the month of July at the Gran Teatro Falla.
    • FESTIVAL DE TEATRO IBEROAMERICANO DE CÁDIZ. The performances usually take place in different parts of the city, both in the main streets of Cadiz and in different theaters. This festival is usually held during the month of October in our province.

    What are the two main types of sherry wine?

    Sherry wine is a type of sherry wine made from grapes grown in the surrounding area. There are two types of sherry wines: dry and sweet. The dry version has a higher alcohol content than the sweet version, which is milder and fruitier. Sherry is a type of wine made from grapes grown in the surrounding area and has an alcohol content of 15-20%. Sweet Sherry has an alcohol content of 13-14% and is generally served as an after dinner drink.

  • Cancellation policy

    • Moderate cancellation policy.
    • The refund of the price of the monuments tickets will not be granted in case of cancellation of the visit.
    • Cancellations made 48 hours before the start of the activity will be refunded 100%.
    • Cancellations made between 48 and 24 hours before the start of the activity, 50% refund.
    • Cancellations made less than 24 hours before the start of the activity will not be refunded.

    Rules & Restrictions

    • Late arrivals will not be reimbursed . If the group is complete, the visit will begin waiting for a time acceptable to those who are delayed (about 5 / 7mn).

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