Thinking about signing up for your first walking food tour? You absolutely should! They’re such a great way to get to know a new-to-you area (or even your own hometown!), plus taste some of the best foods in a fun way!
At Carmel Food Tours, four food tours, as well as pop-up cooking classes and private tours. We believe food it best enjoyed surrounded by local context which is why on your tour you’ll also learn more about the local architecture, history, and culture of Carmel.
Our Food Tours
Carmel-by-the-Sea Classic Food Tour – Three hours of eating, drinking, camaraderie, and history.
Carmel Bikes, Bites & Bees – Five hours of bike riding, eating, and drinking from Carmel-by-the-Sea to Point Lobos State Park.
San Miguel de Allende Destination Food Tour – Explore traditional Mexico with exclusive activities and discover colorful San Miguel de Allende with our travel expert, Migdalia Denike.
Standing Room Only Food Tour – Easy-to-handle food and drinks, architecture, history, and culture.
What to Expect
Explore Everything Carmel-by-the-Sea Has to Offer
The quaint village of Carmel-by-the-Sea has so much history and beautiful architecture to take in. Between each tasting, you’ll stroll through hidden passageways, explore less-crowded side streets, get our recommendations for meals and lodging, take in architectural jewels, and view gorgeous floral displays. You’ll also get to see the spots where history was made.
Tastings at 6-7 Locations
During your tour, you’ll enjoy 6-7 tastings that vary in size and cuisine. Our team has carefully selected bites with the help of each chef so you can get a feel for each location’s specialties. Our tastings include a well-balanced selection of flavors and by the end of your tour, you’ll be full but not too full.
You’ll Learn About More Than Just Food
Raise your hand if you’re a history buff! On our tours, you’ll not only learn about the food, but you’ll also learn more about the history of Carmel-by-the-Sea. You’ll also get an inside look at our quaint village’s architecture, art, and culture.
You’ll Get Some Exercise In
Experiencing Carmel-by-the-Sea by foot is the best way to explore! Over three hours, we’ll walk the streets of the village, stop for bites, and explore all of the nooks and crannies. Make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, don’t bring a bag that’s too heavy, and dress for the weather (we operate rain or shine!).
So what do you say? Are you ready to eat your way through Carmel-by-the-Sea? Sign up for a tour today!