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Indulge yourself with a day tour from Seville to one of the most typical yet unspoiled wine regions in Southern Spain to discover the famous sherry wine. Learn about the Andalusian towns, architecture and culture & try out the fresh fish and sea food.

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  • Visit 2 old wineries with their Andalusian architecture
  • Visit the charming town of Sanlucar de Barrameda and a local market
  • Explore the river Guadalquivir
  • Walk on the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean
  • Discover the absolute Spanish secret- the Sherry

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Wine has connected all the civilizations that have inhabited Southern Spain throughout the history; the Romans, the Arabs, the Jewish and finally the Christians. Today, wine of Jerez and its surrounding villages make Andalusia as an attractive travel destination for wine lovers.

In this tour you will visit two of the oldest and most renowned wine cellars the charming village of Sanlucar de Barrameda to learn about its production and to do wine tasting of the best varieties of the Spanish wine.

Later you will explore this beautiful village and visit the location where the Guadalquivir river meets the Atlantic Ocean. You will indulge yourselves with fresh fish and sea food and will have a walk on the white and sandy beaches before coming back to Seville.


  • Schedule: Monday to Saturday at 9:00am
  • Duration: 9 hours
  • Group size: 1-8 people
  • Meeting point: Hotel pickup


  • Local guide/Driver
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
  • Visit to 2 bodegas
  • Wine tasting
  • Insider tips


  • Food & drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
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2 reviews for Sherry & Wine Tasting at the ocean

  1. 5 out of 5


    Nestor picked us up at 9 am to spend a wonderful day south of Sevilla in Sanlucar de Barrameda. It was about an hour and half drive, but along the way, we had a wonderful conversation with our host (and new friend!) Nestor!

    Nestor took us to two different wine making places, the first was the oldest Bodega where Anna gave us a very informative tour about making the dry white wines and their famous Sherry Pedro Ximenez known as PX. We then tasted the different wines. After this bodega, we stopped by another local winery and tasted their wines and sherry.

    For a late lunch, Nestor took us to a local tapas place, Casa Balbino. He ordered several local speciality tapas for us to try. We really enjoyed having his local expertise in ordering and trying the delicious tapas!

    Before driving back to Sevilla, we went to a rooftop bar where we could see the beautiful city of Sanlucar de Barrameda and the sand beaches of the Atlantic coast. It was a very windy and chilly day (Late March) so walking along the beach would not have been enjoyable.

    We have done several of these tours with a local person in many countries. It is a fantastic way to really experience and appreciate the place we are visiting. Nestor was THE BEST host and we enjoyed every minute of the day we spent on this tour with him!

    After we said goodbye to our friend, Nestor, we had dinner later that night and we were served the PX as an after dinner drink…we knew exactly what it was and how it was made.

    Gracias Nestor!

  2. 5 out of 5


    Even though we had booked a small group tour we find ourselves the only ones booked in so enjoyed a fabulous private day with our guide guide Miguel and driver Roberto. Very impressed that they didn’t cancel the tour!
    This tour is a little different to the others in that instead of going to Jerez we visited two of the oldest and most renowned wine cellars the charming village of Sanlucar de Barrameda. Sanlucar is both a sherry and fishing town, as it is where the Guadalquivir River meets the Atlantic Ocean. Both Bodegas provided detailed explanation of their sherry making process and were generous with what they tasted with us. Both very friendly and enjoyed great sherry and lots of laughs. Very different to normal wine making with aged barrels being the key to the flavour.
    We walked to the town square in Sanlucar for lunch at Miguel’s favourite tapas bar. As we are next to the sea we focused on seafood. We then walked down to the shore to take in the view. It’s kind of spooky to imagine all the history here. It was like seeing ghost ships.
    Miguel loves his job and it shows. We were treated like family friends, regaled with stories and jokes. Absolutely fabulous day!

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