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Tarifa: Dolphin & Whale Watching in the Strait of Gibraltar

1. Tarifa: Dolphin & Whale Watching in the Strait of Gibraltar

Embark on a whale watching cruise from Tarifa. Go through the Strait of Gibraltar and enjoy the multitude of aquatic species in this international biosphere reserve. Keep an eye out for common, striped, and bottlenose dolphins. Hop aboard in Tarifa and cruise through the Strait of Gibraltar. Take in sweeping views of the coast. Try to spot pilot, fin, and sperm whales as you go along. Watch as these whales play and frolic in their natural environment. Take a whale watching adventure with a high likelihood of seeing a whale or dolphin. Know that if you don't see any species of cetacean, you will get a second chance. Travel with a company that activity supports sustainable practices and that has been certified as eco-friendly by a third-party agency. Approach animals with caution to avoid disturbing them. Feel comfortable knowing that this tour provider uses the distance and speeds outlined by Spanish Legislation and the ACCOBAMS regulations.

Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art Admission

2. Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art Admission

With your admission ticket, you’ll enter the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art at the visitor reception center, where you’ll enjoy an audio-visual presentation on the history of equestrian art in Andalusia (available until 11:00 AM). The reception area leads into the gardens that feature a variety of exotic plants. Note the great fountain which adorns the center of the gardens and whose water jets invite visitors to enter further into the grounds of the Royal School. Across the fountain, the palace rises majestically above the gardens. It is a beautiful example of 19th-century architecture, designed by Charles Garnier. On the ground floor, you can admire the staterooms, decorated as they were originally conceived. In the basement, you’ll find the Museum of Equestrian Art, which comprises 11 rooms dedicated to the origins and history of equestrian art and the horse in Andalusia. Afterward, you’ll see where the harnesses are made and repaired. This laborious work is carried out in the saddlery by the master harness maker and his apprentices. Watch the training that takes place in the outdoor exercise rings, and see the indoor arena, a building designed in authentic Andalusian style. With a capacity of 1,600 people, this is the ideal place to watch the daily training of horses and riders. In the stables, an octagonal complex, you’ll see the school’s most emblematic horses. In the center of the stables is the tack room, where all the harnesses used for daily training and for shows are kept. A visit to the carriage museum marks the end of your visit. Admire the vehicles, horses, harnesses, and equestrian costumes in the museum’s collection.

From Seville: Tour of Jerez with Horse Show & Wine Tasting

3. From Seville: Tour of Jerez with Horse Show & Wine Tasting

Discover two of Andalucia's most famous traditions on this guided tour of Jerez: wine and horses. Departing from Seville, begin the journey to Jerez, passing through stunning vineyards and countryside along the way. Upon arrival at your first stop, a traditional Andalucian wine bodega, enjoy a guided tour of the wine production areas and sample some of the region's famous sherry wine. Afterward, pay a visit to the Real Escuela, a world-famous equestrian school. Here, you will have the unique opportunity to watch the equestrian show "How the Horses Dance". After the show, begin the journey back to Seville.

Cadiz: Mysteries and Crimes Walking Tour with Souvenir

4. Cadiz: Mysteries and Crimes Walking Tour with Souvenir

Uncover Cadiz's criminal history on this walking tour. Stroll through the now-safe streets of the El Pópulo neighborhood and unearth the truth about some of the city's most iconic landmarks, including Puerta de la Tierra and the Convent of Nuestra Señora del Rosario. Start your tour in Plaza de San Antonio and learn about the square's horrifying past as the scene of a mass burial during the Phoenician times. Continue to Callejón de Tinte and learn about the mysterious woman who haunts this alleyway. Next, head to the Convent of Nuestra Señora del Rosario where you will learn about Cadiz's role in the Spanish slave trade. Continue to the bustling shopping street of Calle Nueva in the El Pópulo neighborhood and discover the shocking murder mystery case of Juan Páez, the lost child of El Pópulo. In the Santa Maria neighborhood, learn about Cadiz's gypsy witches and their cruel execution. Finish the tour in Puerta de la Tierra, where your guide will be happy to give you recommendations on where to continue your criminal exploration of the city.

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What people are saying about Province of Cádiz

Really good and informative trip around Isla Cristina. There was English audiophone after the guide spoke in Spanish. Twice he showed us specific translations on his phone. We stopped and were served white wine ( and for the 10 adults he left two bottles for topping up) or soft drinks for children, and prawns that were caught locally. For €10 I think it was an excellent trip and would thoroughly recommend it

Great boat route through the marshes of Isla Cristina. The guide's explanations were wonderful, and the icing on the cake was the glass of Huelva county wine and the delicious Huelva prawns. It is recommended to do it at sunset to see the beautiful sunset from the sea.

Great activity more than recommended to enjoy with the family. The staff was very attentive and made a lot of effort, so we could see dolphins, pilot whales and sunfish

Being a small boat, more familiar. The skipper of the boat very friendly and attentive. Worth.

Charming captain very polite. The wine and prawns were excellent. Would recommend 100%.