Behind the Scenes Andalucia Foodie Adventure

Annie B’s new-for-2017 Behind the Scenes Foodie Adventure provides you with the chance to be a participant in Andalucia’s local food culture, rather than just an observer. Her unrivalled access means private tours, food and Sherry pairings, constant tastings, and at least 3 cooking classes.

Course Summary
  • When

    Dates for 2018

    Thursday 8 – Wednesday 14 MARCH

    Friday 22 – Thursday 28 JUNE

    Monday 10 –  Sunday 16 JULY

  • Duration

    7 days and 6 nights

    Classes starting around 10.15am until siesta at 4.30pm

    Evenings from 8pm

  • Includes

    • Privileged behind the scenes access to food and sherry producers
    • Welcome evening tapas tour of Vejer
    • 3 daytime cooking classes
    • 3 lunches at Casa Alegre
    • Evening cooking class and supper
    • Dinner in a local restaurant
    • Visit to Barbate fish market
    • A free day to enjoy Vejer
    • A day in The Sherry Triangle for tours and tastings at 2 bodegas
    • A fabulous tapas lunch in The Sherry Triangle
    • All wine and drinks with classes and scheduled meals
    • Spanish wine and Sherry education
    • All recipes
    • Apron and certificate
  • Price

    Approx starting prices inc course & accommodation for 6 nights

    El Califa – Classic Twin/Double Room with breakfast included

    €1,717 per person (based on 2 people sharing)

    €1,975 per person (single occupancy)

    Hotel V  Classic Room with breakfast not included

    €2,032 per person (based on 2 people sharing)

    €2,690 per person (single occupancy)

    Course only €1,375

    See our selection of recommended places to stay for more information.

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Here’s what they have said

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Your course was a big help in bringing some great food back to our home dinner table as well as opening my eyes to more of the Sherry opportunities.

Mark & Dee Sydney, Australia July 8, 2016

Why Vejer de la Frontera

It’s breathtakingly beautiful. Your first glimpse of the town is as a blinding flash of white on a hilltop against the bluest of blue skies. Up close it’s just as easy on the eye, too – a labyrinth of narrow, cobbled streets winding its way between quiet squares, churches and handsome historical buildings, it’s a photographer’s dream.

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