The Best Places to Drink Sangria in Seville

Fruity, refreshing sangria is many visitors’ drink of choice in Seville.

It’s popular for a reason! This delicious wine-based cocktail is best enjoyed straight from a pitcher on a sunny terrace with friends. Ready to drink some delicious sangria in Seville? Here are our top picks where you can enjoy this popular drink like a local.

Want to drink sangria in Seville like a local? Here's where you need to go!

Insider’s Tip: Sangria has undoubtedly Spanish roots, but nowadays it might be more popular abroad than here in Spain! You’ll often find locals drinking tinto de veranoa simple drink made with wine and lemon soda. It’s just as refreshing as sangria and a fraction of the price! Learn more about this popular drink from Devour Seville expert guide David in the video below.

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La Carbonería

Knock two quintessentially Spanish experiences off your bucket list! Home to constantly flowing sangria and spectacular flamenco, La Carbonería is an excellent place to spend an evening with friends. Popular among locals and tourists alike, it will give you an evening out you won’t soon forget. From the reasonably priced drinks to the vibrant atmosphere, La Carbonería might just be our favorite place to drink sangria in Seville.

AddressCalle Levíes, 18

La Carbonería is an amazing flamenco bar where you can also drink some of the best sangria in Seville.
See some great flamenco while you’re at it!

Vinería San Telmo

As one of Seville’s most respected wine bars, Vinería San Telmo certainly knows what they’re doing when it comes to wine-based cocktails as well. They serve up some of the best sangria in Seville: perfectly fruity with a unique hint of cinnamon as well. We suggest enjoying it out on their lovely terrace on a perfect spring day!

AddressPaseo de Catalina de Ribera, 4

We love drinking sangria in Seville on a sunny day!
Fresh, fruity sangria is the perfect way to refresh on a hot summer day in Seville! Photo credit: Julie Corsi

Bar Carmela

An emblematic tapas bar in the heart of the old town, Bar Carmela is also home to some of the most delicious sangria in Seville. Aside from being delicious, it’s fairly priced and the perfect accompaniment to any of their fantastic tapas. This is a great place to spend a lazy afternoon with friends or as a quick stop on your evening tapas crawl. No matter when you stop by, the atmosphere is sure to be lively and exciting.

AddressCalle Santa María la Blanca, 6

Al Aljibe

Seasonal ingredients fresh from the market make Al Aljibe a local favorite. Located in a beautiful old house, the intimate setting makes it perfect for enjoying tapas with friends along with some of the best homemade sangria in Seville. Fresh-cut fruit and a hint of spice blend perfectly together into a fairly inexpensive drink you’ll want to order by the pitcher!

AddressPlaza Alameda de Hercules, 76

We love drinking sangria in Seville, but sometimes it's good to mix things up! Try a refreshing tinto de verano instead.
Try tinto de verano for a fresh, local take on sangria!

El Cairo

Despite its Egyptian-inspired name, El Cairo is home to Andalusian cuisine at its best. It’s a fun, casual place for tapas, but their menu items are worth a try as well. The homemade sangria is constantly flowing and perfect when enjoyed among friends on an exciting tapas crawl.

Address: Calle Reyes Católicos, 13

2 Comment

  1. Greg Jenner says
    May 30, 2019 at 1:24 am

    Lindsey – we were in Sevilla last week and ate at El Cairo. The sangria was like Ambrosia. Any idea how to get the recipe? Thanks.

    1. Devour Tours says
      June 3, 2019 at 1:30 pm

      So happy to hear you enjoyed it, Greg! Besides giving them a call and asking (not seeing alternate contact methods on their website), we’re not sure! But our founder Lauren has a delicious sangria recipe you could try out!

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