Andalusia Guided Tours

Day trip to Cadiz and Jerez from Seville


What to see in Cadiz and Jerez?

Explore the fascinating history of Cádiz and Jerez on our incredible day trip from Seville or other cities. Join us on a guided journey by passionate local experts who will immerse you in the cultural and architectural richness of these two Andalusian gems.

On our exclusive private tour, you’ll not only admire iconic monuments but also experience authentic local pleasures. Indulge in delicious gastronomy at recommended spots and stroll through picturesque streets full of history.

Don’t forget that you’ll also explore charming Jerez, famous for its Sherry wine cellars and cultural heritage. Enjoy a unique day in these two cities, thanks to our meticulously designed guided tour.

Create unforgettable moments exploring the treasures of Cádiz and Jerez. Book your private tour now and enjoy an experience tailored to your preferences in cities that have witnessed centuries of history and culture. From Seville or other cities, we offer you the opportunity to discover the authenticity of Cádiz and Jerez on an exclusive and comfortable journey. Don’t miss the chance to live this unique experience with us!

Remember that we can also organize your day trip to Cádiz or Jerez from Granada, Malaga, or another city in Spain.

Proposed itinerary for our Cadiz tour with a visit to Jerez from Seville

Morning: Cádiz

Start in Seville: Depart from Seville in the morning, enjoying the Andalusian landscape during the journey.

Arrival in Cádiz:

  • Explore the Old Town: Discover the rich Phoenician, Roman, and Arab history of Cádiz as you stroll through its narrow streets and charming squares.
  • Visit to the Cádiz Cathedral: Admire the grandeur of this Baroque cathedral with stunning views of the sea.

Playa de la Caleta:

  • Relax on the picturesque Playa de la Caleta, enjoying its golden sand and views of the Santa Catalina Castle.

Free Time and Lunch:

  • Enjoy free time for lunch at one of the recommended local restaurants offering fresh seafood and Andalusian specialties. Afternoon: Jerez

Trip to Jerez:

  • Depart for Jerez in the afternoon to explore the wine city.

Visit to a Winery:

  • Stop at a local winery for a unique Sherry wine tasting experience. Learn about the production and history of this iconic wine.

Exploration of Jerez:

  • Walk through the historic center of Jerez, discovering the unique architecture and charm of the city.
  • Visit the Barrio de la Viña or Barrio del Pópulo for tapas and the authentic local life. Return to Seville:
  • Return to Seville in the afternoon, allowing you to enjoy the scenery on the way back and reflect on the wonders experienced in Cádiz and Jerez. This itinerary is flexible, and we can customize it according to your preferences and available time. Reserve now and live an unforgettable experience in Cádiz and Jerez!

A bit of history you'll discover on your day trip to Cadiz an Jerez from Seville

Cádiz is considered the oldest living city in the West. With over 3000 years of history, it was coveted by Phoenicians, Tartessians, Iberians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, and Christians.

The city played a significant role in various historical events such as the Punic Wars, the Roman entry into the Iberian Peninsula, the discovery of America, the drafting of the first Spanish constitution “La Pepa,” as well as later influence in the independent former Spanish colonies.

Cádiz has many highlights, including its beaches admired throughout Andalusia. The city and Havana are said to share a certain resemblance in their malecón, a fact confirmed by Cubans. Along this promenade, you can see the sun illuminating the golden dome of the 18th-century Cathedral.

Among its beaches, the Playa de la Caleta is famous among the locals, where fishermen’s boats sleep between two castles, the Santa Catalina Castle (16th century), and the San Sebastián Castle (18th century). These ancient fortresses were tasked with defending the city, and each evening, the sun sets, creating one of the most beautiful sunsets ever seen.

Another great idea is to wander through the Barrio de la Viña or Barrio del Pópulo and visit the Gran Teatro Falla in memory of Manuel de Falla, a Spanish composer and native of Cádiz.

Jerez de la Frontera, the capital of the province of Cádiz, is famous for its wines and horses. Jerez boasts the world’s most important reserve of Cartujana lineage Spanish horses, renowned for their beauty, strength, nobility, power, and elegance.

It is also a land of vineyards, with numerous wineries in the area due to the uniqueness of its climate and soil, making it impossible to reproduce Sherry wine anywhere else in the world.


The excursion is a full-day experience, from morning departure to afternoon return, lasting approximately 8 to 9 hours. Our schedules are entirely flexible, and we can adapt the itinerary to your preferences and tastes.

The excursion covers a walk through the city center of Cádiz, a visit to one of its recommended beaches. On the way back, there is a stop in Jerez de la Frontera with entrance to one of its wine cellars. Optionally, you can add a visit to an equestrian show to see the horses and witness classical Spanish dressage – inquire about it.

Our local guides provide explanations in both Spanish and English to ensure that all participants enjoy an informative and engaging experience. Do you have a preference for a particular language? Feel free to suggest it.

From pick-up, complimentary transportation, specialized guide, and entry to one of the wine cellars in Jerez with tasting, to the return to the agreed-upon meeting point.

Lunch is not included in the package, but we provide free time for you to enjoy local cuisine at recommended restaurants. Additionally, if you wish, we can dine together to recommend the best local dishes so you don’t miss anything.

The transfer is done in a private vehicle with all comforts, and the departure and return are organized from the accommodation or the nearest accessible location possible. You can always propose a different meeting point, and we can coordinate between both parties.

Yes, the excursion includes moments of free time, especially after lunch, allowing you to explore at your own pace and enjoy additional experiences.

Our itinerary is designed to cover the most iconic places, but you can always adapt it to your


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    Puerta a tierra, Gran Teatro Falla, Catedral de Santa Cruz de Cádiz, Teatro romano de Cádiz, Monumento a las Cortes de Cádiz, Oratorio de San Felipe Neri, Cárcel Real, Castillo de San Sebastián, Playa de La Caleta, Alameda Apodaca, Balneario de la Palma y del Real, Playa de Santa María del Mar, Playa de la Victoria.

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