Gourmet tour along the Mediterranean coast – delicious seafood and exquisite wines between Andalusia and the Côte d’Azur
Mediterranean pleasure with Tristan Brandt, once Germany's youngest two-star chef, and wine and spirits expert Birgitta Schulze van Loon.
- Pure indulgence in culinary delights: Spanish paella and delicious tapas, fresh French oysters, bouillabaisse from Marseille and the richly stocked fish platters of the Côte d’Azur – on this route, one culinary delight follows the other
- Ancient, modern and varied: Cartagena became an important trading port thousands of years ago. Today, the sunny city shines with diversity
- Charming contrasts in Valencia: Many bygone eras have left their mark on Valencia, but this historical legacy is juxtaposed with an impressive mixture of magnificent modern buildings. It is this vast spectrum that gives the city its unique appeal
- Sète: With its colorful facades, canals and bridges, the port city is also known as the “Venice of the Languedoc”