Course Summary

  • When

    • Thursday 7th – Thursday 14th June 2018
    • Sunday 9th – Sunday 16th September 2018 – ONLY 2 PLACES LEFT
  • Duration

    • 7 nights
    • Classes starting around 10.15am until siesta at 4.30pm
    • Evenings from 8pm
  • Includes

    • Dinner at the best tuna fish restaurant in Spain, El Campero
    • Visit to a local vineyard to meet the winemaker and taste her delicious wines
    • Lunch at a unique, restored estate-workers’ village in the middle of La Janda countryside
    • Tapas tour of Vejer’s best places to eat – both old and new
    • One-day cooking class with Annie and Pepi
    • Private Flamenco music event at Annie’s Kitchen
    • Transfer to Cadiz
    • Ferry to El Puerto de Santa Maria to visit two Sherry bodegas
    • Gourmet lunch at El Faro in El Puerto Sant Maria and gourmet lunch in Cadiz
    • Cooking class and lunch with Pancho – who cooked with Rick Stein
    • Two evening tapas tours of delicious Cadiz
    • Historical walking tour of Cadiz
    • All but one dinner and one lunch
    • All wine, Sherry and drinks with tour activities

  • Price

    • Per person based on 2 sharing; €1,950
    • Single supplement, additional €260
    • Four nights in Vejer at El Califa (Califavejer.com) includes breakfast
    • Three nights in Cadiz at Cuatro Torres includes breakfast

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Thanks for the great recipes, and sherry education - not something I would have ever drunk before coming to Vejer, yet now my poor house guests have had sherry, sherry cake and a lecture from me about the making of sherry!

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Lindsay Edinburgh August 26, 2016

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