Spanish Culinary Classics

An indulgent culinary break exploring some of Spain’s greatest dishes, Sherry, wines and historical cities. Always with food on our mind. My 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

    Thursday 21  –  Thursday 28 March 2019

    Sunday 26 May – Sunday 2 June 2019

    Thursday 27 June – Thursday 4 July 2019

    For additional dates, bespoke tours and group bookings please contact me to discuss options.

  • 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

    These are the 2018 prices and will be honoured for deposits paid in 2018.

    Approximate starting prices inc course & accommodation for 7 nights – please enquire for the exact cost for your dates.

    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)

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From the first contact Annie was so friendly and helpful – and patient with all my questions as I tried to work out how to get to Vejer from Seville by public transport!

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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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