Linguistic trips to Cadiz: History, Flamenco and Jerez de la Frontera

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What does it include?

Cadiz and its province have a special charm.

The city has broad and clean beaches, with a lot of social and cultural activities, an impressive cathedral and popular neighborhoods.

Within the province can be found Los Pueblos Blancos (white villages) in the mountains, the beaches of Tarifa or Conil, natural parks… and Jerez, the birthplace of flamenco and wine.

You can visit the Cathedral, the Tavira Tower, and the La Vina and El Populo neighborhoods.

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Notes:

We organize customized programs for any number of participants and teachers.

These prices vary depending on activities and type of accommodation chosen.

Included in the price:

  • Standard program with limited amount of activities.
  • Program for 40 students and 3 teachers.
  • Prices per student.
  • Trip and itinerary planning.
  • Check-in at destination city or cities by Educatrip staff.
  • Reservation and entrance to different monuments, activities, etc.
  • Homestay with full board and lodging during the entire stay in all destination cities (except Bilbao and Santiago de Compostela).
  • Guided tours depending on the program.
  • Accompanying teachers are free-of-charge.
  • 24 hours assistance and supervision throughout the stay.

Not included in the price:

  • Air or ground transportation to Spain, although information can be requested.
  • Transportation to destination.
  • Full room & board accommodation at youth hostels or hotels.
  • Repatriation insurance (can be purchased separately).
  • Health insurance (can be purchased separately).
  • All charges associated with bank transfers. The corresponding commission will be paid by the group.

Main programme activities in Cadiz: History, Flamenco and Jerez de la Frontera

Activities we highlight

Historical Center

Stroll through the city's diverse and most traditional neighborhoods: La Viña, Populo, Santa Maria.

Flamenco

The show is performed in a typical setting and lasts approximately one hour.

Jerez de la Frontera

The birthplace of sherry wine and home to the National Equestrian Center. Groups can visit a winery and attend an equestrian show.

Cooking Classes

Groups cook different Spanish dishes and then enjoy a tasting session.

Alcazar and Watchtower in Jerez

An ancient Moorish fortress. Later, after the Reconquest of Andalusia, it was the seat of the first Christian mayors. The Watchtower allows visitors to see life in Jerez today from different perspectives.

Cadiz City Hall

Discover the palace gardens, the interiors and the works of art inside the City Hall.

Baelo Claudia

This is the name of an ancient Roman settlement in Bolonia. The site was originally a fishing village and trading post when it was settled about 2,000 years ago.

Barbadillo of Sanlucar de Barrameda Wine Cellars

Another center for sherry wine is Sanlucar de Barrameda. Its wineries are renowned throughout Spain.

Palatial House of the Mora

It is considered to be one of the most outstanding civil constructions (in the Elizabethan style) of the 20th century in Cádiz.

New Cathedral

An ancient and grand religious building whose construction began in 1722. During the 116 years of its construction, it through many different styles: baroque, rococo and neoclassical.

Old Cathedral

Located in the Plaza del Fray Felix, it dates back to the year 1602 and features artwork by Cristobal de Rojas.

Archeological and Subaquatic Andalusian Center

Designed as a center of integration that features information about the entire cycle of activities related to the UNESCO Underwater Cultural Heritage.

Andalusian Flamenco Center (Jerez)

There are several rooms dedicated to the history of flamenco and workshops that can be combined with your visit.

Cultural Center El Doce

Center of interpretation of the Spanish Constitution of 1812: trade, social gatherings, cafés, the War of Independence, the Constitution, Parliamentary representatives and its influence in America and Europe.

Queen Sphia Cultural Center

It was built between 1758 and 1759 under the direction of Silvestre Abarca. The cultural center has as its main attraction the works of Juan Luis Vasallo, one of the best Spanish sculptors of the 20th century.

Costa de la Luz

Visit two towns on this stretch of coast - Chiclana and Vejer. Chiclana is known for its coastal architecture and Vejer for its unique location between the mountains and the coast.

Spanish Course

The school has modern facilities with classrooms suitable for school groups.

Discover the South: Dramatized Visits, Workshops... in Cadiz and the Province

They carry out a wide range of activities that are adapted to suit the age and interests of the group of students.

Cadiz Bravo Fighting Bull Livestock

Guided tour of the farm where fighting bulls are raised.

Gran Teatro Falla De Cadiz

Guided tours of the Falla Theater.

Court Museum of Cadiz

There is a lot of emphasis on the Courts of Cadiz because it was there that the first Spanish constitution was created in the early 19th century.

Honey and Bees Museum (Jerez)

The group of students will have the chance to discover the unique and unknown world of beekeeping through a tour and workshops.

Municipal Museum

This museum was opened in 1912 by the mayor Cayetano Del Toro. It is also one of the oldest museums of local history in Spain.

San Felipe Neri Chapel

Its main façade features one of Murillo's best paintings, La Inmaculada Concepcion. What is more appreciated is not the painting itself, but the symbolism of freedom that it represents.

Doñana National Park

One of the largest national parks in Europe. Its flora and fauna are unique to this continent.

Ride on "El Vaporcito"

Typical boats of Cadiz that criss-cross the bay and offer a different point of view of the city.

White Villages

The two most typical villages of the Sierra de Cádiz are Villamartin and Arcos de la Frontera. They are known for their Andalusian surroundings and their white-painted houses in beautiful landscapes.

Cadiz Bay Port

Dramatized or free visits to the port or harbor.

Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art in Jerez

This is an institution dedicated to preserving the ancestral skills of the Andalusian horse. Groups can visit the museum and/or enjoy the spectacular horse exhibition.

Tarifa

The cape or headland of Tarifa acts as a barrier between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Here you can find more than 50 caves which house cave paintings. Of these, the Cueva del Moro (Moor's Cave) is the most remarkable because of all its ancient engravings, some 20,000 years old.

Roman Theater in Cadiz

Cadiz's Theatre has certain characteristics that distinguish it from the rest of the Roman theatres that have been discovered. It is one of the largest theaters, the oldest on the Iberian Peninsula and one of the few Roman-Spanish public buildings.

Tavira Tower

The Tavira Tower is an old watchtower with its highest point at 45 meters above sea level in the old city of Cadiz.

Visit the Salt Lakes or Salinas of Sanlucar

Visit a landscape dominated by marshes and salt lakes that give the land an astonishing whiteness, in contrast with the nearby pine forest of Algaida and the Coto de Doñana National Park in the distance.

Visit to a factory, company, etc.

We organize trips to institutions, factories, enterprises or other relevant places for groups in relation to their training and knowledge of these places in Spain.

Visit to a High School

We organize visits to a high school so that our foreign students can share their experiences with Spanish students and learn about the Spanish education system.

La Cartuja reserve of Andalusian Horses

It is the most important reserve of horses dedicated to the Carthusian horse in the world. Free visit or visit + show.

Combination of cities for your trip

Arcos de la Frontera

Málaga

Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Tarifa

Jerez de la Frontera

Pueblos Blancos

Sevilla