If Andalucía is the soul of classic Spain, then the inner regions are the heartland. Nearly all of the Iberian Peninsula’s powerhouse produce comes from inland Spain, namely Extremadura, La Rioja and the Castile regions. It is also an area of immense natural beauty, offering excellent opportunities for outdoor adventures. Hundreds of miles of vineyards and farmlands, where the Iberian pig roams freely alongside blossoming cherry trees, make up the home of Spain’s most delectable delicacies, warranting a trip if only to savor jamón de bellota and a bottle of Ribera del Duero wine at its absolute best.
Ribera del Duero Wine Region and Lifestyle Tour
We believe that the magic of travel lies, most of all, in creating long lasting memories by connecting with locals and learning their way of living, so you will explore the wine region with a Madrileña who has made Ribera del Duero her second home.
History and Art: History and Culture of Salamanca
Travel to centuries past in historic Salamanca
Foie Gras in Extremadura
Pallares is a small town of only four hundred residents in the southwestern region of Extremadura.
Wine: Vineyard Visit with Seasonal Grape Picking
This winery offers guests a wine-tasting experience unique to the region.
Atapuerca and the Museum of Human Evolution
Atapuerca is a small municipality on the northern slope of Sierra de Burgos, famous for its prehistoric archaeological sites.
Food: Visit to an Organic Farm in the Castillian Countryside
Sample and learn about the roots of top Spanish products