Recognised as the jewel of Andalusia and as a privileged place, we could not be talking about any other city than Cordoba. Its historical legacy, its culture, its strategic location next to the Guadalquivir River, its people and its climate, have all contributed to its recognition as a World Heritage City.
Generally, when people talk about the importance of Cordoba, their attention may be focused on the capital, but this wealth is not only found in the capital but extends to the whole province. Through these activities you and your company can get to know the incredible enclaves of Cordoba and the qualities that make this province so well known.
What better place to live an endless number of experiences, which will foster group dynamics, job satisfaction and well-being, which will focus your company towards success.
Ham plays a very important and outstanding role in the gastronomy of Spain, making reference to its history and culture, with Serrano Ham being recognised as a Traditional Speciality Guaranteed, it is the Spanish designation to protect traditional agricultural products or traditional food.
Tasty, intense, and pleasant are some of the characteristics of these Iberian hams, produced in Valle de los Pedroches. This is due to the climate of the area and the curing process of the ham.
Through this experience you will be able to learn in detail about the breeding of Iberian pigs, the care they receive, the immense pastures of the area and their production process.
Finally, as in any good event where a good plate of ham is a must, you will put your culinary senses to the test by tasting this exceptional product.
What better than a good wine and a good traditional tapa to start a conversation. This route through the different taverns of Cordoba will combine fun and togetherness for your team.
Most of these taverns were founded in the first third of the last century. All of them are characterised by their essence, with old photographs, bullfighting posters, barrels, traditional wooden tables and marble tables.
Some of the many taverns you should not miss in Cordoba are El Pisto, located in the Plaza de San Miguel. It is said that this tavern was often visited by the painter Julio Romero de Torres.
In Romero Street, very close to the Mosque, you will find Casa Pepe de la Judería, where you will be delighted by the Montilla Moriles wine and its incredible tapas, such as the salmorejo cordobés.
And last but not least Bodegas Campos, located in Calle Lineros near the Plaza del Potro, with exquisite stews, Iberian hams and the best Andalusian wines
The Breña reservoir is located just 20 km from Cordoba, at the foot of the Sierra Morena. In this authentic experience, you will be able to enjoy incredible sunsets in a privileged environment far from the noise and stress that we are subjected to nowadays.
This unique experience will take place in an ecological boat through the Breña reservoir, enjoying good wine, tapas and good music, creating a perfect atmosphere of communication.
The nearest town to the reservoir is Almodóvar del Río. In this town you can find the magnificent Almodóvar Castle with great historical value and where the famous series Game of Thrones has been filmed.
Olive oil is the treasure of the Mediterranean diet, considered liquid gold.
In Cordoba, the olive grove has been and continues to be a source of wealth and employment. An example of this is that our oils belong to the Priego de Córdoba Denomination of Origin, one of the most awarded in the world.
Olive oil not only provides innumerable healthy properties, but also contributes to environmental well-being, as it absorbs large quantities of CO2 and generates energy thanks to biomass.
During the visit to the olive grove, you will learn all about the cultivation, planting, growing, pruning, flowering and harvesting.
This experience also includes a visit to the Almazara, where you will learn about the oil extraction process in detail until it becomes an exceptional product, known worldwide.
A route through the historic centre of the city is a must. Cordoba is a city full of attractions and in which a route is a perfect activity as it is not a very big city.
What better way to make this route through a gymkhana that will make it more fun. In this activity you will only need a map and your team communication and ingenuity.
The starting point will be the Puerta del Puente and from here you will have to follow the clues to advance in the game. In this way you will discover in a fun way emblematic places of Cordoba such as the Roman Bridge, the small Natural Reserve of Sotos de la Albolafia, the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, the Calleja de las Flores, the Mosque, the Royal Stables and much more.
The equine passion and bullfighting have a close link with Cordoba, due to the importance that the city has always had in the livestock industry, considered a livestock department par excellence.
The purebred Spanish horse or Andalusian horse, world renowned for its prestige, originated in Cordoba with the aim of breeding good horses for the service of the Royal Household.
Moreover, the relationship between bullfighting and Cordoba is not a recent development. The province has also been the birthplace of some of the most famous bullfighters such as Rafael Molina known as “Lagartijo“, Rafael Guerra “Guerrita“, Rafael González “Machaquito” or Manuel Benítez “El Cordobés“.
In this experience you will be able to go into historical livestock farms, to learn about the values that have made these two species and their relationship with the environment, something intrinsic to Cordoba.