Discover Andalusian Delicacies


Enjoy the culinary delicacies of Andalusia
on this 7-days / 6-nights tour of
the Spanish cities of Seville, Cordova and Cadiz


3,190 EUR per person for group of 2
2,800 EUR per person for group of 4 or 5
2,455 EUR per person for group of 6 or more  

Suggested Tour Dates:   
September 25 - October 1, 2019*

*tours available year-round

Call (800) 367-5348 to Book this Tour 


Andalusia has inspired travelers for centuries. Its undeniable beauty and charm reside in a mixture of elements… literally thousands of years of history, art, and architecture, but also the brilliant sunshine and deep blue skies, the whitewashed towns, the flamenco, the incomparable fiestas, the lively and warm people, with their genuine savoir vivre. We could go on and on, but the truth is, this is a land to fall in love with…and if you’re a foodie, this is also the place to be!
The mythical city of Seville is your base for this tour; it is the capital and very much the heart of the region, as well as the perfect place to discover the cuisine and wines of Andalusia. An endless variety of regional products means there’s something to please any food-lover’s taste buds… savory local meats, the freshest fish and seafood from the nearby coasts, flavorsome fruits and vegetables from the vast farmlands, charcuterie and cheese from the mountains, not to mention the world-famous Sherry wines, or olives and olive oil… You name it, Andalusia has it.
You’ll see it first hand and learn all about it, because just a short drive from Seville, we’ll take you to Jerez for a sip of fine Sherry, Huelva and the Sierra de Aracena for the most incredible Jamón Ibérico you’ve ever tasted, and Córdoba for some of Spain’s best olive oils.
But you won’t simply look at these products from afar; you’ll learn to use them in the kitchen. Join our active and friendly, professional cooking teachers for hands-on cooking classes, designed just for you. Prepare and enjoy the traditional recipes, and then share them with your friends back home!
You’ll be moving on to Cordova for the last two days of your trip. With a stroll around the old town and a visit to the famous Mezquita, you’ll soon discover the stunning cultural legacy of this city, and understand why it is acknowledged as a World Heritage site. History is everywhere you walk, but you can taste it too! Your hotel is minutes away from the best restaurants in town, and we’ll also take you on a tour of the local tapas bars. Outside the city, we’ll also show you the millenary traditions of wine and olive oil production. In the serene countryside of endless olive groves, vineyards, and soft hills, we’ll visit a traditional mill and taste a variety of olive oils.


  • Stay in beautiful Seville & Cordova at 4-star hotels housed-in former palaces
  • Indulge yourself savoring the flavorful Andalusian cuisine, and enjoying tapas as locals do
  • Prepare a mouth-watering local meal on a hands-on cooking class in Seville
  • Taste and learn about famous Ibérico ham, Sherry wines and Olive oils, visiting artisan producers
  • A private tour available for small groups, starting from 2 persons


Local English-speaking guide, specialized in gastronomy, joining you throughout the itinerary
6 nights’ accommodation in 4-star hotels with excellent location
Breakfast daily
4 Lunches (one following the cooking class), accompanied with fine Spanish wines
2 Dinners, (one a Tapas tour), accompanied with fine Spanish wines
1 Hands-on cooking class in Seville and dossier with recipes
Private chauffeured transportation for all excursions
Culinary and cultural visits and activities, including city tours, as per the itinerary
Entry fees as per the itinerary
Gourmet Gift
All local taxes


  • International airfare
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals & beverages not included in itinerary
  • Passport fees, inoculations or travel insurance
  • Gratuities to guides and drivers
  • All items of a personal nature


"I just wanted to drop you a quick note of gratitude.  Being swept across half of Spain and being wined, dined, olive oiled and hammed by the best Spain has to offer was quite an experience, and a hard act to follow. I look forward to the next trip to Spain."
- Giles M. (Chef, Puerto Rico)