Five days and four nights to combine four days of rowing on the Guadalquivir River with visits to the monuments in Seville and gastronomic activities. A great opportunity to combine rowing with culture.

If you want to stay for more days and do more activities, please ask us.

 We propose four days’ rowing in the boat that you and your colleagues (team) choose: 8+, 4 and 4x, 2- and 2x, 1x  (there are also different kinds of yawl: individual, 4x and in-rigger). The first day you will have an instructor with a zodiac raft to help you to get to know the river (and take some pictures).



Rowing. Transfer to Club and hotel.

Visit the Santa Cruz district and the Alcazar Palace (several episodes of Game of Thrones were filmed there recently). Read more

Tapas and wine. In the afternoon, when you have finished walking around the city or resting in the hotel, we will go to four different Sevillian bars where we will try their specialities and tapas with a wine, beer…  Read more



Rowing. Transfer to Club and hotel.

Setas and Antiquarium. We will visit the largest wooden structure in the world, which is a new monument in the centre of Seville, designed by the German architect Jurgen Mayer. The Antiquarium, underneath it, is the most important Roman archaeological site in the city.

Flamenco. At the end of the day we will go to a flamenco show. Read more



Rowing. Transfer to Club and hotel.

-Bellas Artes Museum. We will visit the Museum, the second most important Spanish public art gallery (1835). Read more

-Cookery course.  We will prepare gazpacho, Spanish omelette and paella. We will learn to cook these three typical Spanish dishes with a chef while we have a wine or beer. After that, we will try all the dishes. Read more



Rowing. Transfer to Club and hotel.

-Visit to Italica. This is a former Roman town, located near Seville.Read more



-Spa. This is situated in an old house in the centre. The Romans and Arabians appraised these baths. Read more



From 485 Euros (V.A.T. included) + Hotel

* To book a hotel, ask us and we will recommend one according to your requirements 




Santa Cruz and Alcazar

We will have a nice walk through the typical, narrow streets of the Barrio de Santa Cruz, the most famous and crowded neighbourhood in Seville, where there are a great number of plazas, patios… The Barrio Santa Cruz occupies the former Jewish quarter and is beside the Cathedral and the Giralda.

Then, we will go into the Alcazar, one of the oldest palaces in use worldwide. The Spanish king stays here when he comes to Seville. The palace was built by King Pedro I using the Arab structures (XIV century). Recently, some chapters of the series Game of Thrones were filmed here. We can finish our visit with some tapas.


Tapas and wine

Sevillian tapas are famous worldwide. Everyone who visits Seville tries the widest variety possible. We will walk to four well-known tapa bars, where we will enjoy their speciality with a glass of wine or beer… There will be four different atmospheres, and consequently, four different kinds of tapas. We can enjoy traditional Sevillian tapas and modern tapas, called “fusion or design tapas”.


Setas and Antiquarium

After seeing the architectural ensemble of Setas from outside, we will go to the top from where you can see a panoramic view of Seville. We will then cross a suspension bridge and have a drink in a bar at the top.

The Antiquarium is an archaeological museum located under the Setas, being the most important Roman archaeological site in Seville.

You can walk above the archaeological remains crossing a footbridge from where you can see ceramics and mosaics.

At the end of the day we will go to a flamenco show. Singing, dancing, fun… It is a “Must be seen” in Seville.
Bellas Artes Museum

We will go to the Museum of Bellas Artes (1835) where we will see works of the Sevillian School of Painting and Sculpture. We will contemplate works of Murillo, Valdés Leal, Zurbarán … great masters of Seville and Spanish Baroque. The building, a former convent, is itself worth a visit.


Cookery course

There is nothing better than going back to your home country and preparing   typical Spanish dishes for friends or relatives at the weekend. To be able to prepare them, a chef will explain how to magnificently cook  gazpacho, Spanish omelette and paella, which are the same dishes that we can order in a restaurant. We can help the chef, drink a glass of wine or beer, and have an aperitif… Finally,  we will eat everything and be given the three recipes. The cookery course will be held in a beautiful old-fashioned food market.


Visit to Italica

We can go cycling or by bus to the former Roman town of Italica, which is located in the town of Santiponce, near Seville. It was founded in 200 B.C. There were three Roman emperors Hadrian, Trajan and Theodosius in Spain. We can contemplate the amphitheatre, the baths, the temple of Trajan, walk through “the old streets” imagining life in the first Roman city of Spain. We will cross the town of Santiponce to see the theatre, because this town was built over the Roman village.


Arab baths

Just bring your bathing suit to dip for an hour and a half in the Thermal Baths located in a house in the center of Seville. The baths are over 1200 meters and are quiet, relaxing and visited by small groups. On the terrace there is a water pool from where you can appreciate the Giralda in all its greatness. Hot spring bath: Relaxation for the skin and the spirit, tranquillity for the senses. The tour presented includes several water facilities in large lounges with soft lighting.