What we do

What we do

We do everything except your international airline tickets!  We create a unique itinerary just for you, taking into account your budget and special interests, so that your trip is unique and personally fulfilling for your client. Among other things, we arrange your guides, escorts, hotels, transportation, meals, cultural visits and attendance at special performances. Our guides and tour escorts all boast excellent credentials. Historians, art curators and other specialists accompany our clients so that even the most sophisticated traveller can enjoy their trip.  Finally, the cultural visits and performances that we arrange for you make your trip fun and memorable even if you have been abroad many times. Tailor-made trips, the highest quality providers and personalized service add up to a successful trip for your clients.

Sample Food & wine experiences

Gastro Botanist near Barcelona.

Nature Walk and Fascinating Education with our Newest Top Expert, supplier of truffles and plants to Celler Can Roca, is a biologist with more than 15 years experience. Learn about the fascinating world of Catalonia’s plants and herbs and their uses in gastronomy. Where others see landscape, Evarist finds a variety of natural resources and their relationship with the territory and its heritage. He takes our clients on various routes around Catalonia and other parts of Spain.  

Visit to a traditional cheese dairy in the Basque Country.

Discover the step by step process of creating Idiazabal cheese. Idiazabal is a traditional, farmhouse, hard cheese made from raw milk of Latxa or Carranza sheep in the Basque and Navarra regions of northern Spain. Named after the village of Idiazabal, the cheese received Spanish D.O. (Denominacion de Origen) in 1987. On this experience you will visit the dairy facilities and learn about the process of making cheese. From the feeding of the flock to their milking, the cheese making, and the storage of the cheese for their healing in the cold-storage room. Enjoy a special cheese tasting at the end of your visit.    

Wine Pairing with Flowers.

A wine pairing with Mediterranean wild flowers and wines. A unique and original approach to bring natural landscape and its history to the plate by using wine. Our expert botanist and an award winning sommelier take us to the terroir through the bouquets and sensations in our mouth using the flowers that are picked during our previous walk.

   

Private Cooking Class with Local Chef, Including Market Visit, In Private Home.

Our local chef will guide you through the oldest and most special markets in the city and will lead you to the most emblematic market stalls, show you how and where to buy the freshest fish, how to recognize the best Iberian ham and, of course, buy the ingredients needed for the cooking. Transfer to private home where you will prepare a fantastic meal consisting in the prepared local recipes to be served and accompanied by good local wines. Private cooking classes are available all over Spain.

 

   

Tapas / Pintxos Tours offered all over Spain.

A tapas/pintxo is a small bite—but a whole world of flavor. These hors d´oeuvres can be found in every Spanish bar, a lot of times displayed on the counter for all to see. Discover the art of Spanish ¨tapeo¨ on one of our Tapas Tours. You will be accompanied by one of our top local guides and you will stop in 2 or 3 bars to try a variety of the traditional flavours of Spain. At each stop you will have a glass of wine or other drink along with a selection of tapas. During this time you will learn about the history of tapas; experience the tastes and atmosphere of the Spanish “tapeo” or tapas hop and also learn about the wine and food of the distinct regions that abound in Spain.

 

   

Dinner at a Local’s Home.

Take a break from being a tourist and become one with the Basque culture. Come and have dinner at Philibert’s house. Philibert, a chef by trade, will open his home to you and treat you to some of the Basque Countries most delicious and traditional meals. A three-course meal, using seasonal and local products will be served and paired with the perfect wine. Philibert’s home is situated over the beautiful “Cotes des Basques” beach in Biarritz and is only a short stroll from the town centre and also an easy location to arrive by Taxi. He has a wealth of knowledge on both French and the Basque cuisine and culture and will surely provide you with some good laughs and entertainment over your dinner. Available on Tuesday evenings only.

 

   

Petiscos Tour in Lisbon or Porto.

Petiscos, the Portuguese cousin of Spainsh Tapas. Petiscos are a large and integral part of Portugese gastronomy and traditions, just as tapas are for Spain with one main difference Tapas have become internationally known worldwide and are served worldwide, often in trendy tapas bars specialized in Tapas and Spanish wines. Petiscos are still found mainly in Portugal and most people abroad unfamiliar with the Portuguese culture have never heard of them. Petiscos just like tapas are regional they vary depending on which part of the country you’re in.

 

   

Halles de Biarritz- Guided Market tour in Biarritz.

Discover the market of Biarritz and all the local producers and enjoy the local products. Inaugurated in 1885 as a common space for local farmers to be able to sell their produce the market quickly became the central heart of Biatrriz. Enjoy a tour of the market and its gourmet food stalls. You will have the opportunity to sample seafood, hams, foie gras, pastries and cheeses from the region.

 

   

Douro River Cruise with Winery Visits.

Depart on a remarkable journey down the Douro River. The Douro Valley, the oldest denomination in the world, part of World Heritage offers landscapes of rare beauty many of which are impossible to appreciate any other way. The presences of vineyards and wine in the Douro region is very old, dating back to the times of Roman occupation in the Douro. Enjoy a cruise down the river with breakfast and lunch served on board. Departures from Porto or Pinhao. Douro River Cruise with Winery Visits. Depart on a remarkable journey down the Douro River. The Douro Valley, the oldest denomination in the world, part of World Heritage offers landscapes of rare beauty many of which are impossible to appreciate any other way. The presences of vineyards and wine in the Douro region is very old, dating back to the times of Roman occupation in the Douro. Enjoy a cruise down the river with breakfast and lunch served on board. Departures from Porto or Pinhao.

 

   

AN UNDERWATER HIDDEN TREASURE: Underwater wine cellar!!!  

Savour the results of ageing at sea in the first artificial reef/underwater wine cellar in the world. Wines aged and treasured under the sea to offer you a unique pleasure that only the magic of the sea can provide. 20 metres down, in the stunning setting of the bay of Plentzia, a group of expert enthusiasts for the sea and the world of wine age the finest wines from the Basque Country and other regions.

Find out about this original project, named “Crusoe Treasure”, sail on the bay, see with your own eyes the sea bed and the wine cellar in underwater images and enjoy a tasting of “underwater wine” accompanied by pintxos tasting as light lunch.

 

   

Visit our Favorite Olive Oil estate

This historic estate with more than 5,000 arbequina olive trees is the ideal location to learn both old and modern techniques used in making the best extra virgin olive oil. Walk through the olive trees while learning tips about growing and harvesting, visit the family museum, the mill and the cellar before your guided tasting of award winning oils. Learn how to check the quality of Spain’s liquid gold, and you can even taste their chocolate ice cream. We can also arrange visits with olive oil producers in the following areas: Catalonia, Andalucia and more.

 

   

JAMON! A Day in Ham Raising Country, outside of Seville.

This is a fabulous daytrip for foodlovers. Venture Northwest of Seville, into the homeland of the Iberian pig, the Sierra de Huelva. Travel through the picturesque hilltop towns around Aracena & Jabugo until you arrive at a private, family-run pig farm. Here you will be met by a family member and receive a personal tour of the grounds and facilities, learning about the breeding and production of Spain’s favourite and most coveted animal – the Iberian pig. Visit the acorn filled land where the pigs graze, the salting area and the bodegas where the jamons are hung to cure. Our host will treat us to a tasting of freshly cut jamon, after which we will travel to a local village and visit one of the legendary jamon shops of the area. There will be further opportunities to try local delicacies and learn more about their preparation before walking to a nearby restaurant to enjoy a sumptuous taster meal of local meats and other produce, washed down with fine wine. .    

Farm To Market, Orange Growing near Valencia.

This is a family-owned farm active since 1870 that has received the GLOBALGAP certificate for Good Agricultural Practices, which guarantees the quality of the product. Their citrics (mainly oranges) come from their San Vicente orchard where they are naturally cultivated. We will visit this orchard that still keeps the old irrigation system from the 19th Century. After having lunch in the nearby village of Carcaixent, well-known as the birthplace of the orange production in Spain, we’ll visit the modernist warehouse also owned by the Ribera family that used to be the oranges handling place and still keeps some original elements of those days.

   

Farm to Market, Orange Growing & Paella near Valencia.

We will visit this typical Valencia style farm surrounded by lemon & orange trees, and also its traditional buildings from the 19th Century. After we visit the crops, we will enjoy a paella lunch. We’ll also learn how to prepare the popular cocktail named “Agua de Valencia” (Valencia water) which is strongly rooted in the traditions of this Mediterranean area.    

Everything There is to Know about Cava.

Excursion from Barcelona to Artcava- a family run vineyard in an idyllic corner of the Penedés wine region. Learn the history of this 1,000 year old home while receiving an education about the different types of Cava, which is the region’s famous sparkling white wine. Not only this, but patrons have the opportunity to actually take part in the bottling process as well as create their own signature Cava blend.    

Ham cutting session with Master Carver.

Savor Ibérico ham – considered one of the world’s top delicacies – by tasting, of course, and by practicing the traditional art of carving Ibérico ham with knife! Under the guidance of an English-speaking master carver, and while you enjoy a glass of wine, you will learn what makes Ibérico ham so unique, what distinguishes the different qualities (Bellota, Recebo and Cebo), how this very special ham needs to be preserved, and what’s most important, you will have time to practice, carving your own slices from a leg of top quality Jamón Ibérico de Bellota with the help of our expert. Finally you will take away a package of your Ibérico ham! More than enough to enjoy a second round of the world’s best ham, carved by you! Experience available in Madrid. .    

Lunch at a Traditional Cider House.

In the land of the Michelin starred restaurants, cider houses are one of the hidden dinning gems of the Basque Country. Historically, the sagardotegias (cider houses) only sold Basque ciders. In the 1970s, gastronomic societies would take day trips to the cider houses to buy cider and they would bring their own food and cooked it. Nowadays, cider houses serve a varied menu of chorizo cooked in cider, salt-cod omelette, fresh cod fried with peppers, char-grilled T-bone steaks, walnuts and Idiazábal sheep’s cheese served with unlimited cider.

   

Wine, Cheese and Olive Oil in the White Villages.

Spain is the third largest producer of wine in the world and the world’s leading producer of olive oil. Its regional cheeses have won numerous international awards. Enjoy this gastronomic day trip to introduce you to these 3 pillars of Spanish cuisine. From Seville (or Malaga) we head to the Grazalema and Ronda Sierras. Our first stop will be in a local olive mill on the outskirts of Zahara de la Sierra. Enjoy a private tour of the mill and a late Spanish breakfast of country bread drizzled with olive oil and sliced tomato. We will then travel further East to the outskirts of Ronda. Visit a local winery and enjoy a guided tour by the owners around the vineyards and the bodega and of course be privy to a tasting of their finest wines! More than 20 wineries now cultivate grapes on the land surrounding the town, most of them small, boutique and family run. Meteorological and topographical conditions ensure the production of some excellent red and white wines. It will then be time to drive to the town of Grazalema for lunch and an explore. After lunch we will visit the delicatessen of a local producer of the famous Payoyo cheese where we will enjoy a tasting of the numerous styles and combinations of cheese that they produce. It will then be time to return via one of the most spectacular mountain roads in Spain!

   

Experiencing Vineyards and Bodegas by Bicycle

has got to be the most beautiful way of visiting wine country nearest Barcelona. Combine the scenic (and gentle) bike rides with world-class wine and outstanding local cuisine, and you have a fabulous day on your hands. Instead of traffic-congested roads, you can traverse the gentle hills and back roads of Penedes wine country by bike, all with a local expert guide and support back up van to pick you up anytime. You’ll visit prestigious family owned boutique wineries, eat in gorgeous traditional “Masias” (Catalan Villas) and enjoy superb scenery, old mills, pretty rivers, waterfalls and relaxing nonstrenuous exercise. Fishing excursions, tapas tours, seasonal experiences with truffles, harvest activities and dinners in local homes.

   

Winery Tour in the Alentejo with a visit to a Cork Farm.

The Alentejo, extending from the southern bank of the great river Tejo to the mountains of the northern Algarve, the Alentejo is bound by the sea to the west, and Spain to the east. Its name means “Beyond the Tejo,” and it occupies more than one fifth of Portugal, with only a small fraction of the national population. It is often referred to as the ‘bread basket’ of Portugal, where wheat is the most important crop here, with the poorer soils being reserved for olive trees, cork oaks and vineyards. Half of all of Portugal´s wine is also produced here. Visit a traditional cork farm where you will discover the process of transforming raw cork into the products that are sold all over Portugal. Portugal is the world´s leading manufacturer of cork and represents 53 % of world production.

 

   

A day Exploring the Rioja Wine Country.

La Rioja is a unique region, famous for the richness and quality of its wines, where climate and soil conditions have favored the wine cultivation since antiquity. The wines of the Rioja enjoy a well-earned international reputation, the quality of its wines is largely due to a number of different factors including its alluvial marl soil, which allows the vines to absorb the moisture they need. In the Rioja, visitors can sample wines processed in medieval caves or against a background of the spectacular architectural design of some of the new wineries. Take a break from sipping wine to visit the medieval village of Laguardia to see one of the oldest and most charming towns in the region. Each home sits atop a private wine cellar, approached only by several levels of stairs. According to local lore, all the wine cellars connect via secret tunnels, so that in case of siege, the townspeople could join together. Additional options: Winery with winemaking session, Picnic in vineyards, Wine Culture Museum visit and Wine Pairing lunch.

 

   

Visit to a Canning Factory and the Traditional Fishing Village of Bermeo.

Bermeo is a colorful coastal village located in the Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve. Famous for its fishing tradition and home to one of the most important fishing ports on the Cantabrian coastline. Visit a traditional canning factory and taste its most renowned products (northern bonito, yellowfin tuna and anchovies). After visiting the factory continue to see the beautiful old port, an area with slender houses painted in a myriad of colors.

 

   

Sample Family & soft active experiences

Guided hike at the famous caminito del rey in Malaga

The so called Caminito del Rey (The King’s Little Pathway) is a walkway, pinned along the steep walls of a narrow gorge in El Chorro, near Ardales in the province of Málaga, Spain. The name is often shortened to Camino del Rey (King’s Pathway). Children under 8 years old not permitted.  2.5 Hours. 

Rupestrian cave art  

Visit the Altamira Museum. Visit the Altamira museum and cave replica; Altamira is known as the Sistine chapel of Rupestrian (cave) art. It has an outstanding ceiling painted mainly during the Magdalenian period (15,000 – 12,000 BC). The replica is extremely well-done and gives a better idea of how they lived than the original cave whose entrance was closed off due to a landslide. The Altamira Caves were declared by UNESCO a protected World heritage site.  Next we will visit the real thing at the Castillo and Monedas Caves in Puente Viesgo.    Also, in southern Spain near Ronda don’t miss the Rupestrian art at Pileta Cave!

Hiking in Cantabria, Picos de Europa

Transfer to the Liebana Valley, the eastern massif of Picos de Europa in the Region of Cantabria. Take the cable car of Fuente De, that covers distance of approx. 800 m in 4 min., a door onto the amazing natural landscapes of the Picos de Europa. From the upper station (1830 m of altitude) there are nice walking routes available, like the one that leads to “Refugio de Aliva” which is surrounded by a unique landscape. On the way back to your hotel you will have the chance to visit the medieval and picturesque village of Potes, at the foot of the Picos de Europa.

Photo safari in Granada

Discover Granada’s diverse and fascinating urban landscape with a resident professional photographer on this unique safari which, since it takes you into some of the lesser-known parts of Granada, will also be of interest to the accompanying non-photographer. Includes expert advice on how to obtain the best results from your digital camera and can be tailored to suit your interests and requirements.

Hike in the Alpujarras mountains

The Alpujarra, a hidden corner of Spain which shows rural life as it was lived for centuries, is an ideal place to “get away from it all”. Often referred to as “the Switzerland of Andalucia”, this region comprises the range of valleys and hills which lie in the shadow of the snow-capped Sierra Nevada, Spain’s highest mountains.

Criss-crossed by trails which meander through orchards and cultivated terraces, woods, meadows and crystal-clear mountain streams, the Alpujarra offers great opportunities for hikes ranging from the leisurely to the energetic. There will be the chance to explore some of these trails with your knowledgeable guide, stopping along the way to enjoy the views, which at times extend to as far as the Mediterranean. In the whitewashed, steep mountain villages you will find shops offering local crafts such as basketwork, weavings and pottery. There will also be the chance to sample the renowned food of the Alpujarra, which utilizes fresh local ingredients such as mountain-cured ham, peppers and honey, in one of the welcoming local restaurants. All in all, this is the place to disconnect and immerse oneself in the simpler things of life. 

Triana tiles and ceramics

The area of Triana, located on the Western banks of Seville’s Guadalquivir river, is renowned nationwide for its ceramic tradition. Since Moorish times, the kilns from their workshops would billow smoke out of their chimneys, converting clay from the riverbank into artistic tiles and pottery pieces. Nowadays, numerous ceramic shops still remain, but most of the artisans have left the suburb.

During your class, you will enjoy a hands-on demonstration given by our friend Paula, a tile painting professional and ceramic historian. In the workshop, there is also a potter’s wheel where you can try your hand at making bowls, jugs or vases with the help of our pottery expert. This class teaches you about the historical journey of ceramics through the ages as well as allowing you to try your hand at painting some tiles yourself. What’s more, our tile-painting class can focus on the “Cuerda Seca” (dry line) style, born in the fifteenth century and so famous nowadays in Seville. Choose a style and design that you like and begin to paint your own tile(s). When your class is over, your tiles will be ready to be glazed and later fired by Paula in her kiln. When they are ready, we will send them to a forwarding address of your choice.

 

Jamon! a journey into the sierra de Aracena

This is a fabulous daytrip for foodlovers. Venture Northwest of Seville, into the homeland of the Iberian pig, the Sierra de Huelva.

Travel through the picturesque hilltop towns around Aracena & Jabugo until you arrive at a family-run pig farm. Here you will be met by our host and receive a personal tour of the grounds and facilities, learning about the breeding and production of Spain’s favourite and most coveted animal – the Iberian pig. Visit the acorn filled land where the pigs graze, the salting area and the bodegas where the jamons are hung to cure. Our host will treat us to a tasting of freshly cut jamon, after which we will travel to a local village where there will be further opportunities to try local delicacies and learn more about their preparation before walking to a nearby restaurant to enjoy a sumptuous taster meal of local meats and other produce, washed down with fine wine. After lunch a leisurely walk with spectacular panoramic views will aid digestion before returning to Seville.

 

Wine, cheese and olive oil 

Spain is the third largest producer of wine and the world’s leading producer of olive oil. Its regional cheeses have won numerous international awards. So, we would like to take you on a gastronomic daytrip to introduce you to these 3 pillars of Spanish cuisine. From Seville we head south to the Grazalema and Ronda Sierras. Our first stop will be in a local olive mill on the outskirts of Zahara de la Sierra.

Enjoy a private tour of the mill and a tasting of country bread drizzled with olive oil. We will then travel further East to the 

outskirts of Ronda. Visit a local winery and enjoy a guided tour by our hosts around the vineyards and the bodega and of course, be privy to a tasting of their finest wines! Over 20 wineries now cultivate grapes on the land surrounding the town, most of them small, boutique and family run. Meteorological and topographical conditions ensure the production of some excellent red and white wines. It will then be time to drive to one of our favorite white villages for lunch and an explore. After lunch we will visit the delicatessen of a local producer of the famous Payoyo cheese where we will enjoy a tasting of the numerous styles and combinations of cheese that they produce. It will then be time to return to Seville after an action-packed gastro day.

Fan painting with a profesional

Meet your artist/guide and transfer to her beautiful private studio located in her family’s beautiful Casa Palacio (noble home). Spend the morning with this professional artist who has exhibited her fan designs in Spain and Asia, learning about the origins and the language of the hand fan. You will learn how to hand paint your own fan using a number of styles and influences. This activity is perfect for art-lovers, families and creative minds. At the end of the class you can take your fans away to be used for the rest of your travels or as a gift for one of your nearest and dearest.

Visit Unesco protected biosphere reserve

This dehesa (wooded pastureland), dotted with centenary holm oaks, serves as setting to the breeding area of the bravest of its dwellers: the Bull, as well as the famous Spanish horses.  During the visit in 4×4, our guide will point out both the bulls and horses being bred on these lands…as we learn the story of this special place and perhaps even stop to feed the animals.  End this informative visit with their spectacular horse demonstration, a glass of wine from Ronda and an appetizer.

Northern Spain hot air balloon excursions

Early morning amazing experience overlooking mountains, coastline, historic sites (even a Roman bridge!) are all among unforgettable scenery and calm silence to complete this enchanting feeling.   Once we land, we will have a traditional local breakfast.

Private bike tours

Panoramic tours to see the most emblematic monuments and squares. Offered in BARCELONA, SEVILLE, PENEDES, LISBON.

Exclusive visit to an aristocratic family ranch

Located just outside of Seville, the Cortijo de Arenales offers a behind the scenes look into the world of bullraising. You will be hosted by a family member of the Count of la Maza. You will be driven in air conditioned 4×4 vehicles through the farm and the ranch lands. You will pass by the oak and eucalyptus trees to see their world class brave bulls. You will learn about the breeding, rearing and care of these “toros bravos” from ranch to ring. As well as one thousand bulls and cows, 40 horses and hundreds of sheep, the ranch is home to other animals. You may catch a glimpse of deer, storks, vultures and rabbits as you enjoy the Spanish countryside. After your visit, return to the Cortijo, or manor home, where you will enjoy a light lunch/aperitif with your hosts. 

Segway in retiro

Segway tour of the Retiro Park. This private tour inside the Madrid´s green oasis has 125 hectares and is home to over 15,000 trees. The Glass Palace, a romantic pavilion created to house a collection of exotic plants for the Philippine Exhibition of 1887, is one of the main examples of cast-iron architecture in Spain. Stop at the most important gardens: the “Jardines del Arquitecto Herrero Palacios”, the “Rosaleda” or rose garden and the “Parterre Francés” with the oldest tree in Madrid, a bald cypress that is believed to be 400 years. And of course, not to be missed: the Fountain of the Fallen Angel, highlight of the park placed at 666 meters above the sea level. 

Drawing classes with our art historian guide

Depart for the world-famous Prado Museum and the Reina Sofia Contemporary art center, with visits focused on the Spanish masters at both institutions. Here you will have the chance to learn drawing techniquest and try to draw what you see with our art historian.

Acrobatics

Transfer to Madrid’s Casa de Campo park for our acrobatics class with our local expert, Olivier.  Olivier is a young circus artist who trained in Montreal, and was born in the area of Mauricie, Québec. After having developed his acrobatics background in artistic gymnastics for 12 years, Olivier decided to widen his horizon by visiting other art forms such as theatre. Here in Madrid he has begun his own acrobatics and clown school.  

Montserrat monastery and mountain walk

Guided visit from Barcelona, of the Monastery of Montserrat which dates from the 9th C although the present buildings are 19C and 20C. It is located in national park some 60 kilometers to the west of Barcelona. The Virgin of Montserrat, the patron saint of Catalonia, is worshipped at the shrine in the monastery. The Benedictine community, now numbering some 80 monks, has served the shrine for almost 1,000 years and also boasts a wonderful Boys Choir. End your excursion with a beautiful walk along the mountain, before your return to Barcelona. 

Costa Brava hike with our gastro botanist expert

Enjoy a lively walk along the Costa Brava or in the forest nearby. You will be surrounded by a typical Mediterranean forest. The path meanders between forests and small sandy beaches, which will lead you to discover, both old and new cork forests that tell the story of wine and cava, Dalí’s surrealist shack or old fishermen’s houses.

During the walk, you will discover and taste some of the most representative wild aromatic plants of the Costa Brava, traveling from the ancient recipes to the most sophisticate dishes of Catalan high gastronomy. Your local expert will help you pick mushrooms, plants, etc. and learn about the fauna best used for cooking. He provides truffles and plants to the Roca brothers at Restaurant Cellar can Roca.

Star gazing on the canary islands

Stargazing with the naked eye and with telescopes in the company of Starlight guides. Great fun for the entire family! The islands and Tenerife and La Palma are among the best skies in the world to carry out astronomical observations, both by day and by night.

Anaga guided hike

Anaga is a Biosphere protected reserve- highland of mountains with sharp peaks and deep ravines covered with carpets of laurel trees and dotted with charming hamlets. Located near the charming town of La Laguna, a Unesco World Heritage Site in Tenerife.  Exploring Anaga is a journey to a place that has an authentic rural flavour, a journey back in time to when the relationship between humans and their natural surroundings was much stronger. Embark on a hike through the dense and diverse enchanted forest of the Anaga mountains. This highly protected area is a sanctuary of biodiversity teeming with endemic species. Immerse yourself in the unique flora and fauna, and take in views of the beautiful Taganana coast through the trees.

Private cooking classes for kids 

For kids only: Appropriate for 7-12-year olds. The small Chefs weigh, beat, whip all the ingredients to prepare mini-madeleines, mini cakes, mini-muffins, funny decorated cupcakes, brownies, cookies! Workshops for parents and kids: a chef will teach you how to make three recipes together suitable for all tastes. A class that combines the pleasure to share a moment and child-friendly cooking techniques even for the youngest. Basque Region.

Private surf lessons in San Sebastian or Biarritz

For kids and adults of all ages. No experience required.

Surfing or paddle stand up in the basque country with world champions of longboard

From beginners to experienced surfers come surf or SUP and progress with them! Both were born in Ma

rseille where they grew up skateboarding and surfing pushed by a passionate father. They moved to the Basque Country when they were 15, to improve their potential of surfing in a specialized school. They continue to grew up among the best surfers of their generation and training in the solid winter swells of the Atlantic Ocean. Today they have become internationally recognized in the Longboard world and are considered to be among the best watermen all over the planet.

 

Biarritz – golf overlooking the sea

Golf lessons for beginners and advanced. Michael Magher became one of the best American college players of his generation, then played professionally on the American and European circuits. After having moved to France, he decided to devote himself to teaching, and founded The American Golf Academy in 1997 in partnership with the society of the Biarritz golf courses.

Bidart – Biarritz, pelota basque (jai alai) lessons

Come and experience the fastest sport in the Basque Country, Pelote Basque with former champions Jon and Patxi. This popular ball sport originated from the ancient ‘Jeu de Paume’ which literally translates to ‘Game of Palm’. Originally played using one’s hand, the game is also played with a basket covering the hand or, more commonly, a racquet. Although the way in which the game is played has evolved over the years, there is one element that has never changed, the courts are always built next to a bar. Come and meet the professionals Jon and Patxi, who will guide you through your very own pelote basque initiation before you take to the court and try your luck at mastering this exciting and dynamic sport. Classes and Demonstrations available in French or Spanish Basque Country.

Fly fishing in the Pyrenees

Fly fishing is the most enjoyable way to catch fish. Enjoy a fishing trip with your whole family and our experienced guides in private. The programs are adapted to the requirements of each family. Programs are altered according to your preferences.

 

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