Multi-Day

Spread out your beer or wine tasting tour over several days and combine it with some epic sightseeing. A wine vacation or beer vacation is a superb way to see a new city or region of the world in a relaxed fashion, whilst enjoying some amazingly delicious beverages into the bargain. With wine and beer vacation options to suit everyone, we're sure we have something for you.

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Thessaloniki, Greece
Duration:
3 Days
Starting from Thessaloniki, you will visit the best wineries of North Greece, in a 3-day tour of a tailor-made tour! The north of Greece has more than 150 wineries and we will help ... moreyou pick the best wineries to visit that perfectly fit your unique taste and style.

During this 3 day Greek wine tour you will meet and speak directly with the local wine makers, get the opportunity to ask them questions, and feel the wine vibes at the cellars!

You will stay at first class hotels located surrounded by beautiful landscapes and you will have the opportunity to explore northern Greece’s amazing nature.

On this private tour you will dine in traditional Greek tavernas and restaurants enjoying home cooked Greek food paired with excellent local wines from indigenous grape varieties.

We will come to pick you up from the airport and we will safely, drop you off at the same location and on time to get your flight. This 5 star tour is the best way to see Greece's wine country!
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Belgrade, Serbia
Duration:
3 Days
Cooking and wine tasting of Sumadija The food and wine tasting tour to the Serbia’s Sumadija Wine region is quite a magnet! You’ll have the opportunity to experience the tasty wine ... moreand dishes of the western Serbian people. The local experts will show you how to come up with authentic local cuisines using home-grown ingredients. Of course, you’ll love to visit some of the leading wineries and have a taste of the wines they make.

Day 1 - Introduction to the wineries
You’ll have to arrange either for a pick up at your hotel room or at a station to meet #YourSerbiaHost. Then, you’re scheduled to proceed to the eastern direction of Sumadija to visit two wineries. Well, each has a unique way of processing wine. You’ll first come across Radovanovic winery; one of the pioneers in modern winemaking in Serbia. The winery started about thirty years ago and is currently among the top three wine producer in the country. The winery is well known for the superb Cabernet Sauvignon which has secured various international awards. Visiting the winery and at least tasting a few labels is quite adventurous! The second winery is Despotika. Well, this is a younger winery whose ambitious owner aims at making authentic Serbian wines using Morava and Prokupac grapes. Despotika has their wine aging in barrique barrels made from the Serbian oak. You’ll love the taste of various labels of wine they make. Later, we’ll take you to Mala vrbica and Colovic for dinner and some accommodation for the night.

Day 2 - Cooking class
The day is scheduled to start with a sumptuous breakfast. Later, you will be required to get the required ingredients to start the cookery class. You’ll take a walk in the woods to get some forest fruits. Ivan will be our host and guide while his mother the cooking trainer. In the afternoon, we’ll enjoy the dishes for lunch and later have time to relax at the pool at a stone throw or stroll around the area. The place is perfect for nightlife. Hence, taking some time outside to admire the clear sky can be worthwhile.

Day 3 - Wine tasting in the Sumadija wine region capital
Of course, after staying for the nightlife, you’ll have to spend the night at Ivan’s place. The third day starts with us heading to the capital of Sumadija wine region; Topola. To begin with, you’ll land in King’s wine cellar that was set up in 1931 by Yugoslavian king Alexander. However, the winery is now state-owned. The next is Aleksandrovic winery. It’s probably Serbia’s most prominent winery. Finally, you’ll get to the young but promising Arsenijevic winery. All these wineries produce various labels that you’ll love tasting. Later, we’ll join Nemanja, the owner of Arsenijevic winery for lunch at a nearby restaurant and then leave for Belgrade. It will only take us an hour.
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Argostoli, Greece
Duration:
3 Days
Discover Greece's beautiful island of Kefalonia and indulge yourself in a personalized 3-day tailor-made tour packed full with local wines and gastronomy! Kefalonia has more than 6 ... morewineries, we will do our best to visit them all! You will have a chance to talk directly with the local winemakers on the islannd, and have the opportunity to ask them questions and feel the wine vibes at the cellars.

You will explore Kefalonia’s amazing nature and will stay in a four star hotel with gorgeous views of the island. Dining will be organized in Greek tavernas and restaurants allowing you to indulge in Greece's traditional meals paired with excellent local wines from indigenous grape varieties. As a cherry on the top, a special wine sunset picnic in a secluded vineyard on Kefalonia’s mountain (820m above sea level) will be organized overlooking the mediterranean sea!
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Scotland, United Kingdom
Duration:
7 Days
If you want to experience one the world’s most famous spirits while tasting some amazing whisky join our Whisky Tour Scotland. First of all whisky belongs to the whole world, but Scotland ... moreis its true homeland. Due to the fact that the best quality whiskies are only made in Scotland we therefore offer you this exquisite tour with a first hand experience of the whisky making process from mashing and fermenting to distilling and maturation. As a result you will have a chance to try many Malt whiskies and much more. Furthermore you will hear the adventurous history of this Uisge Beatha ‘water of life’ and learn about various legends and myths as an important part of the rich and long tradition and historical heritage of this magical potion.Therefore welcome to one of our best tours “Whisky tour Scotland”!

In conclusion you will travel from Inverness to Glasgow, where you will enjoy traditional distilleries, significant and world recognized names such as – Glenmorangie, Dalmore, Glenlivet, Glenfiddich, Talisker, Ben Nevis, Glengoyne.

Most of all discover the Spirit of Whisky and follow the whisky trail with us and enjoy the different blends and unique taste of whisky. Slainte mhath! (Cheers!)

Day 1 - Arrive Inverness, Evening Whisky Experience Event
On arrival at Inverness airport, we will transfer you to your hotel where you will stay for 2 nights.
An evening of tasting Scotland’s famous “Uisge Beatha – ‘water of life’” Our venue for the evening has over 120 Malt Whiskies to choose from in their Library Bar, some of which are rare and cannot be found anywhere else

Day 2 - Glenmorangie Distillery, Dalmore Distillery
Today is reserved for visiting two distilleries. By the tranquil shores of the Dornoch Firth, amidst the golden barley fields of Ross-shire, lies the Glenmorangie Distillery. Here you will find a warm Highland welcome from the legendary Men of Tain, the skilled craftsmen who ensure that Glenmorangie is made in the same unhurried and uncompromising way it has always been through its long and distinguished history.With the help of our expert guides you will experience all stages of the whisky making process from mashing and fermenting to distilling and maturation. Within Still House (we call it our Highland Cathedral) stand the tallest stills in Scotland. Their long copper necks are the same height as a fully grown giraffe!

Our next stop is Dalmore Distillery, located on an isolated area on the banks of the Cromarty Firth, laid bare to the harsh winds of the North Sea. The buildings and warehouses have stood there since 1839 designed by the scratches of its founder Alexander Matheson. The chance to explore The Dalmore Distillery is almost as special as the single malt whisky we create there. The whole experience will be a rare insight into the skill, expertise and craft that goes into each precious drop of The Dalmore. After tasting and enjoying beautiful nature surrounding of distilleries we are returning to our hotel.

Day 3 - Glenlivet Distillery, Gleniddich Distiller
After breakfast we continue to explore the Highland distilleries. First today stop will be Glenlivet distillery, situated on the edge of Cairngorms National park.

Glenlivet distillery
The wild and remote setting of Glenlivet has been the home of the single malt that inspired a region. From this beautiful glen comes the raw elements of rich mineral Spring waters of Josie’s Well, crisp fresh mountain air and an uncompromising terrain that combined create the foundation of a whisky of infinite elegance. Over two hundred years ago, whisky was closely bound up in the lives of every family in the glen of the Livet. It was local farmer George Smith who was renowned for his fine ‘illicit’ whisky, in 1824 seized upon the opportunity to obtain the first license to produce whisky ‘legally’ in the parish of Glenlivet. He knew exactly where to build his new distillery and went on to produce a spirit that would define the Speyside style of whisky which became the heartland of Scotch malt whisky production.The Glenlivet is in the heartland of malt whisky country and a visit to this grand distillery will take you on a fascinating journey to the source of one of the greatest names in Scotch whisky.

Glenfiddich Distillery
Back in 19th century William Grant and his family built their Distillery by hand, stone by stone and called it Glenfiddich, Gaelic for Valley of the Deer. William’s passion, determination and pioneering spirit continues to guide us today. Glenfiddich is one of the few single malt distilleries to remain entirely family owned and is now the World’s Most Awarded Single Malt* Scotch Whisky, a true reflection of our founder’s innovative nature, passed down through the generations.

Day 4 - Talisker Distillery
Today we travel to the magnificent Isle of Skye to visit the oldest and only working distillery – Talisker Distillery. Set on the shores of Loch Harport with dramatic views of the Cuillins, Talisker is an alluring, sweet, full-bodied single malt that’s so easy to enjoy, and like Skye itself, so hard to leave. Talisker is the only Single Malt Whisky made on the Isle of Skye, one of the most remote, rugged, yet beautiful landscapes in Scotland. Few whisky’s tell the story of their origins better than those crafted at this distillery. We will try different types of whisky.

Overnight on the Isle of Skye

Day 5 - Ben Nevis Distillery
Following breakfast we leave the Isle of Skye and travel to Ben Nevis Distillery, one of the oldest licensed distilleries in Scotland. Established in 1825 and situated at the foot of Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, Ben Nevis distillery is an impressive and historic place. Incorporated within Ben Nevis Distillery is The Legend of the Dew of Ben Nevis Visitor Centre built into an old distillery warehouse. In a specially commissioned audiovisual presentation, you will meet Hector McDram, a mythical giant who will reveal the secret Legend of the Dew of Ben Nevis. Following this, you will receive a conducted tour of the production areas by a trained guide and a complementary tasting.

Overnight is at Fort William.

Day 6 - Glengoyne distillery
After breakfast we leave Fort William and travel to Glasgow. On our route we will visit famous Glengoyne distillery. The distillery sits at the foot of Dumgoyne Hill near Loch Lomond. In 1833, the local farmer, George Connell was granted the license to legally produce whisky in the area. He founded the Burnfoot Distillery, which became Glenguin Distillery in 1861, then, in 1906, became Glengoyne. In 1984, Lang Brothers received a Royal Warrant, having supplied whisky to the Queen Mother. Now it is owned by Ian MacLeod who bought it from Edrington group. Glengoyne enjoys the slowest rate of distillation in Scotland (the spirit comes from the Still at around 4-5 litres per minute) which encourages the formation of ‘esters’ giving Glengoyne its characteristically sweet, smooth taste. The spirit is then matured in oak casks from Spain, which have previously contained Sherry. Ian Macleod Distillers look after this whole process. We will have opportunity to see whole process of producing whisky and to taste samples from the cask and help Glengoyne select Distillery Exclusive Single Cask release. And there’s more. You’ll create your own Glengoyne Highland Single Malt

After visiting distillery we travel on to Glasgow where we will stay overnight.

Day 7
Transfer to airport for departure.
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Chania, Greece
Duration:
8 Days
Week’s vacation - Monday to Monday As I walked down a road one day, a woman stopped me, unfolded her apron — which was filled with red cherries — and insisted I ... morehelp myself. Then Cretan villagers invited me into their homes for meals. That moment made me create this original itinerary not just for active foodies, but mainly for all those people who love and continuously search for the extraordinary.
Crete is known for a lot of wonderful things, but it is primarily known as a world-class leader of hospitality and products such as honey, olive oil and herbs. This fertile land of Crete has made Aegean Flavours offer an itinerary based on a nutritionist's dream diet. If you want to feel your stress melt away, this is for you.

Day 1 Monday – Arrival Day Welcome to Crete
Pick up at arrival time at Chania international airport or port and transfer to the cottage in the heartland of Crete in Vamos, near Geourgioupolis. Enjoy welcome drinks followed with some free time to settle in.
Tonight’s dinner will feature contemporary Cretan cuisine and will be served by your hosts at a Vamos tavern.
Overnight

Day 2 Tuesday – Learn how to cook
Spend the first part of the day strolling round Vamos before heading out into the gorgeous countryside after lunch to participate in a cookery course in an old Olive Mill. Our top chef Koula will take you through some local dishes, frequently replenishing your glass with wine. Then, enjoy what you have cooked in the shade of the olive trees.
Dinner (included)

Day 3 Wednesday – Making authentic Greek bread and cheese.
Head to a family owned dairy farm where you will learn the art of cheese making before heading on to a bread making course where you will create genuine Greek loaves in a kazani fireplace. Bread and cheese are a match made in heaven! S
Lunch on your own
Free afternoon for personal activities (suggestions : you can go and relax to the beach in Kalives or trip to the beautifull town of Rethymno)
Dinner (included)

Day 4 Thursday – Tasting olive oil and wine
We start at 10 in the morning, after breakfast, from the local Olive Oil pressing factory where the specialist will demonstrate the olive oil producing process. The taste of pure local oil is followedby the explanation of secrets of Cretan virgin olive oil.
We continue on to a Winery: You will share the passion for Cretan wine & you will discover all the winery. Tour is followed by a wine tasting, sampling quality Cretan wines (served with some traditional meze), while the hosts will answer all of your questions.
Lunch on your own
In the afternoon, another delicious moment will start with your second Cretan cooking class waiting for you. You will have for dinner the dishes you prepared with your chef.
Overnight

Day 5 Friday – Chania food and walking tour
Walk through the picturesque Chania town, soaking up the historic atmosphere, and punctuate your stroll with some amazing local dishes. This food tour combines a walking tour through some of the most picturesque parts of Chania while stopping to taste authentic traditional foods at shops along the way! You will enjoy a unique blending of local food culture, tradition and history as you explore Chania with all your senses! After this, free time in the town where you can take the opportunity to do quality shopping or to have lunch in a great tavern in the port or in the narrows streets.
Lunch on your own
You will be back at your accommodation in the afternoon.
Dinner included

Day 6-Saturday – Free Day
Free day for your activities. There is an optional walking guided tour you can do in the morning. It is a walk in the mountain meeting history and nature. We can suggest and organise different wonderful options upon your request; for instance excursion in the south of Crete in the Lybian Sea, or to Samaria Gorges or to Knossos Palace in Heraklion.
Lunch on your own
Dinner included

Day 7 Sunday – Final Cooking Class
Free morning for personal activities ( suggestion : Kournas Lake NEAR Georgiopoulis)
In the afternoon, last cooking class. You will have the pleasure for the last time to see our legendary chef at the Old Olive Mill and enjoy cooking with her. After the class a tremendous goodbye dinner will be offered.
Dinner (included)

Day 8 Monday – Departure
After taking a delicious breakfast at the cottage, we will provide you with a transfer to either the port or the airport to complete your onward journey.
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Athens, Greece
Duration:
4 Days
This tour is available from mid-September to mid-April, for a duration of three nights and four days either Sunday to Wednesday or Thursday to Sunday. You will stay in a 3 or 4-star ... morehotel in the center of Athens.
Athens is one of the world’s oldest capital. It is famed for its prehistoric sites and has numerous ancient ruins and places to see. It is renowned for hosting the first contemporary Olympic Games in 1896 as well as the 2004 summer Olympics. It is also home to Socrates, one of the best Greek philosophers and other great philosophers of the world.
During this tour, you will explore the city of Athens, as a gastronome. You will have an opportunity to eat, taste, drink and cook as you discover the historical-rich streets of Athens.

Day 1 – Arrival
Arrive at the Athens International Airport. Check in at the hotel (provided at an extra charge) where our tour guide will welcome and brief you on the travel plan. Then dine and night at the hotel.

Day 2 – Walking Food Tour
Our guide, who is food enthusiast will help you sightsee culinary Athens at its best. The schedule includes a memorable legendary tour, to the restaurants, high-quality groceries, bakeries, sweet shops, dairies and spice shops. Through the tour, you will sample and taste most of the local Greek food. This food tour will end at the vibrant Varvakeios food market. The guide will lead you through the gastronomic geography of the city as you take pictures. The food tour finally ends with an enjoyable lunch at a Greek restaurant.
After the fascinating food tour, you will have a chance to rest in the afternoon till we all meet during dinner.
Dinner: You will have a chance to indulge in a Greek gastronomic meal which will be a 3-course meal at an awarded restaurant paired with a glass of wine.
Night in your hotel.

Day 3 – Cookery class & Wine tasting
In the late morning, our chef will teach you how to prepare a full Greek lunch from the starter, the main course and dessert at a beautiful restaurant at the heart of Athens. You will also learn some Greek cuisines followed by wine tasting of various Greek wines. The afternoon is free for your activities. You can visit the Parthenon, or the Acropolis museum, or the archaeological museum of Athens or do some shopping.
Dinner on your own or make a reservation at a quality restaurant.

Day 4 – Departure
We will drop you off at the Athens International airport at an additional charge.
Extra nights at the hotel can be added, so kindly inform us.
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Mesaria, Greece
Duration:
8 Days
Week Saturday to Saturday in May - June - September & October Day 1 Arrival – SATURDAY Your magical holiday begins when a driver arrives to transfer you from the airport ... moreto your luxurious hotel. Watch the stunning landscape sweep past and then once you arrive, unpack your belongings, say hello to the other guests, and explore the gorgeous area a little if you wish. Welcome to Santorini!
Enjoy a free evening to already explore the magic area at your leisure. Dinner on your own.
Night in your accommodation.

Day 2 Wine and Our Ancient Past - SUNDAY
Your wine tasting and wine making classes today will be combined with expeditions to two amazing sites. The first just may well be the site of Atlantis itself near a Bronze Age site by the topaz blue Aegean sea, and the second is an ancient monastery which has some seriously beautiful views. The tour will finish with a wine-tasting.
Light lunch will be served at the end of the tour.
Free afternoon for your personal activities,
Suggestion: Fira, Firostefani, Imerovigli.
Dinner on your own.
Night in your accommodation.

Day 3 Greek Cooking – MONDAY
Santorini is renowned for its delectable Mediterranean cuisine, and today you will be taught to make some classic Greek dishes by an expert local chef. Enjoy some traditional Greek spirits including Ouzo, before lunch in a delicious nearby restaurant. The afternoon is yours to spend as you please, after the morning's cookery course, and we recommend some swimming in the red or black sea.
Enjoy a fresh-cooked lunch at a traditional restaurant.
Free afternoon for your personal activities
Suggestion: you can relax and swim at the red or black beach
Dinner on your own
Night in your accommodation.

Day 4 Countryside and Volcanoes – TUESDAY
Today, we head out into Santorini's beautiful countryside to learn about how its mineral-rich volcanic soil is responsible for the unforgettable tastes of local wines such as Assyrtiko, Nykteri, and Vinsanto (famed for its sweetness). Of course, you will be tasting these wines during the day too.
Lunch on your own
The afternoon will be free to enjoy the beauty of the island or to relax.
Dinner on your own
Night in your accommodation

Day 5 Free Day – WEDNESDAY
Spend this day however you please: eating in local restaurants, lounging on the beach, strolling through the wonderful scenery, or swimming in the sea.
Lunch and dinner on your own.
Night in your accommodation.

Day 6 Santorini Cooking – THURSDAY
Unique Cooking! Santorini, like all of the Cycladic Islands, is a place where fava beans, tomatoes, olives, and other ripe and juicy foodstuffs grow in abundance - often with very little water. Today's cookery course will enable you to get to grips with some cherished local recipes. You will be cooking an authentic Santorini meal, which you can then enjoy with some delightful local wine.
Dinner on your own.
Night in your accommodation.

Day 7 Sunset Sailing and Hot Springs – FRIDAY
Spend the main part of the day however you wish (perhaps by shopping for souvenirs), then let us whisk you away on a sunset sailing experience. Watch the sun break over the towering volcanoes and swim in a bubbling, restorative hot spring.
Dinner included will be served on board.
Night in your accommodation.

Day 8 Goodbye For Now – SATURDAY
Today we will take you home. As Santorini is an island, your departure and transfer times will be dependent on local ferries. After breakfast, Private Transfer to the port/airport of Santorini.

Important!!!
Santorini is an island, transfer times are dictated by the ferry schedule. You may travel by boat from Athens Port (Piraeus). It is a 6-8 hour journey. Please note that you must organize your arrival flights to be in Santorini on Saturday ( through a direct flight or a connection flight via Athens International Airport).

If you cannot keep flight times within these parameters, plan to spend extra time in Athens before and/or after your vacation.

Also, the cooking lessons and the escorted/guided tours will be done English.
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