Spanish Culinary Classics

An indulgent culinary break exploring some of Spain’s greatest dishes, wines and historical cities. Always with food on our mind. Our principal cooking course features 3 days of cooking, 1 day trip to Sherry Country, 1 day trip to Cadiz and 1 day of rest.

Course Summary
  • When

    Dates for 2018

    Thursday 5  –  Thursday 12 JULY

    Sunday 14 –  Sunday 21 OCTOBER  – only 2 places available

  • Duration

    7 nights

    Classes starting around 10.15am until siesta at 4.30pm

    Evenings from 8pm

  • Includes

    • 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 visiting bodegas
    • A day exploring the food and city of Cadiz
    • 2 fabulous tapas lunches in The Sherry Triangle & Cadiz
    • All wine and drinks with classes and scheduled meals
    • All transport during course schedule
    • Spanish wine and Sherry education
    • All recipes
    • Apron and certificate
  • Price

    Approx starting prices inc course & accommodation for 7 nights

    El Califa includes breakfast. Seasonal variations apply

    €1,835 – €1,900 pp (2 people sharing)

    €2,100 – €2,200 pp (single occupancy)

    Hotel V… includes breakfast

    €2,247 pp (2 people sharing)

    €3,048 pp (single occupancy)

    Course Only

    €1,500

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

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I love my friends and we all love food, so seven of us arranged 5 days with Annie (one came specially from the US). She is such a warm and easy person she was part of the gang at once and we followed her around like greedy ducklings while, with huge knowledge and authority, she led us through an astonishing array of eating and cooking Andalucia's wonderful cuisine and drinking and understanding the wines, especially the sherry. Highly recommended.

Verity, London February 28, 2018

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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