Virginia & Annie’s Food & Wine Tour of Andalucia & Morocco.

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2019 Dates Coming Soon

Take your tastebuds and imagination on a remarkable adventure in the company of cousins Virginia Philip MS & Annie B

Course Summary
  • When

    2019 dates not yet released. Please enquire for details.

  • Duration

    7 days and 6 nights

  • Includes

    • 6 nights in hand selected hotels
    • Transfer to/from hotels from Jerez rail or airport
    • Spanish wine and Sherry Masterclasses with Virginia
    • 1 daytime cooking class at Annie B’s Spanish Kitchen
    • 1 evening Paella masterclass at Annie B’s Spanish Kitchen
    • Private Flamenco music event
    • Lunch with Chente in his Txoko
    • Shopping in local markets
    • A free day to enjoy Vejer
    • A day in The Sherry Triangle visiting bodegas
    • A fabulous lunches & dinners in Jerez
    • All wine and drinks with classes and scheduled meals
    • A day in Tangiers  – enjoy exotic sights & smells of North Africa
  • Price

    Prices shown are correct for 2018. Prices for 2019 to be confirmed.

    Single occupancy : $4,615 per person, up to 8 / $4,390 per person more than 8 participants

    Double/sharing : $4,200 per person, up to 8 / $3,975 per person more than 8 participants

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People Love Annie B.

Here’s what they have said

We spent a fabulous week with Anne exploring the food and drink of Andalusian Spain. We based ourselves in the beautiful hilltop town of Vejer de la Frontera, Anne's home. Cooking classes at her hilltop home, degustaciones of fresh tuna on the coast, Sherry tastings at bodegas, Arabic food luncheons, Tapa's tours and fabulous meals and entertainment all along the way.  We mixed sightseeing and food in Jerez, Cadiz, Gibraltar, Barbate, Malaga and Morroco. Anne arranged it all.  First class service in accommodations, instruction, transport, and guides. Most of all the great food and drink that only Spain can provide was the highlight that Anne served up for us with an ever present smile. Can't wait to visit again…

Stephen Puerto Rico September 29, 2017

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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