Walk, Wine and Dine Tours in Spain
Wine & Walk Tours | From £890 per week, based on two sharing, 7 nights (B&B). Flights not inc. | All year except hot summer months.
Walking in the Paths of Druids, Corsairs and Mercenaries. Discover this mystical landscape, worked and shaped by man over the centuries. An intricate exploration of Spain's most easterly mediterranean Cape and the charming city of Girona. Just a stone's throw from the French border and easily accessed by train from the UK. Luggage transfers included. Michelin restaurant available.
Wine & Walk Tours | From £850 per person, based on two sharing, 7 nights (B&B). Flights not inc. | All year availability
Walk through one of Spain's finest landscapes of medieval towns, monasteries, vineyards, beech and oak woods. Explore the region whilst indulging your culinary senses in our selection of delightful hotels and Michelin restaurant - all in exquisite settings with charming views over a fertile rolling landscape. It all combines to make this a superb journey.
Wine & Walk Tours | From £975 per person, based on two sharing, 7 nights (B&B) - flights not inc. | All Year Round, except summer.
One of Spain's best kept secrets, the Priorat is a small area enclosed by sweeping cliffs and rugged hillsides. It has a long history from prehistory through to the modern day as a landscape that has always provided physical and spiritual sustenance.
El Priorat in the Tarragona Province, is recognised internationally as a first rate wine producing zone, its licorella soils being the key to producing a rich, full bodied vintage.
Wine & Walk Tours | 7 nights from £850 per person in a twin/double share house on a B&B basis. Aprox. £200 for hire car option or £200 per person for taxi transfers option. | All year round except summer
Just over an hour's drive from the vibrant city of Seville, in the southwest of Spain, a small mountain range called the Sierra de Aracena sits close to the border with Portugal. This is a corner of Andalucia that encapsulates all the flavours, sights and sounds that characterise the rural landscape of this unspoilt area.
Learn how to make chestnut bombons, see how Jamon is cured, and take part in a cooking session focussing on local dishes.