Top things to do in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Top Choice Tapas in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Casa Balbino

It doesn’t matter when you arrive, Casa Balbino is always overflowing with people, drawn in by its fantastic seafood tapas. Whether you’re perched at the bar, tucked into a corner or lucky enough to score an outdoor…
Top Choice Winery in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Bodegas Barbadillo

With its bodega founded in 1821, Barbadillo was the first family to bottle Sanlúcar's famous manzanilla and also produces one of Spain’s most popular vinos. Bodega tours end with a four-wine tasting. This 19th-centu…
Religious in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Romería del Rocío

Many pilgrims and covered wagons set out from Sanlúcar bound for El Rocío in Huelva province on Spain's largest religious pilgrimage, the Romería del Rocío.
Andalucian in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Taberna Argüeso

With its beamed ceiling and tiled floors, Taberna Argüeso feels like an old-time tapas bar but, out the back, it morphs into a smart glassed-in sushi bar and Andalucian-Japanese fusion restaurant. Nigiri, maki and s…
Palace in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Palacio de los Guzmán

Just off Calle Caballeros, this rambling palace was the home of the Duques de Medina Sidonia, the aristocratic family that once owned more of Spain than anyone else. The mostly 17th-century house, of 12th-century or…
Andalucian in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

El Espejo

Flavours from Cádiz collide with international flair in imaginative concoctions at this romantic patio restaurant up in the old town. Tables huddled between palms and geranium pots set the tone for elegantly prepped…
Church in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la O

Fronting the old town's Calle Caballeros, this medieval church stands out among Sanlúcar’s many others for its elaborate 1360s Gothic-Mudéjar portal and its rich interior embellishment, particularly the Mudéjar arte…
Seafood in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Casa Bigote

Classier than its neighbours, Casa Bigote is the most renowned of Bajo de Guía's seafood-only restaurants. House specials include red tuna in raisin-infused Mozarabic sauce or cocochas de bacalao (a tender cut of co…
Seafood in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Poma

You could kick a football on Bajo de Guía and guarantee it'd land on a decent plate of fish, but you should probably aim for Poma, where the frito variado (€15) arrives loaded with lightly fried species plucked out …
Castle in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Castillo de Santiago

Surrounded by Barbadillo bodegas, Sanlúcar’s restored 15th-century castle has sprawling views across the Guadalquivir delta from its hexagonal Torre del Homenaje (keep), and displays military uniforms and weapons. A…