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  • Food and restaurants in Spain.

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    …  Below is a selection of 25 Spanish restaurants (many of them belonging to some of the finest chefs in the world) together with 25 "gastro-bars" of recognized quality and a list of the 50 most typical national products, such as extra virgin olive oil and Iberian ham. Download all this information h…

  • Gastronomic routes in Madrid.

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    …Madrid. Discover Madrid through its gastronomy. From simple home-style recipes to the most elaborately prepared menus in luxury restaurants, there is a huge variety on offer in the Spanish capital. We would also invite you to take part in a tradition that forms part of the life of the city - going o…

  • Out for “pinchos” in San Sebastián.

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    …San Sebastián. Guipúzcoa - Gipuzkoa. (Basque Country) You cannot leave Donostia-San Sebastián without going out for some “pinchos”. Because in this city in the north of Spain, the “pinchos" or traditional snacks are actually miniature haute cuisine delicacies. They are exquisite to look at but even …

  • Sweets from Convents.

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    …One hundred percent artisanal, with limited production and cooked with the dedication characteristic of monastic life. Such are the sweets that you can buy in convents in many cities in Spain. Here are some suggestions for sampling these “divine” flavours. Marzipan, wine bread rolls, fruit delights,…

  • The “pescaíto” (assorted fried fish) in Cadiz.

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    …Cádiz. Cadiz. (Andalusia) In Cadiz, in the south of Spain, you’ll be able to sample fresh fish in the best possible way: almost straight out of the sea and listening to the sound of the waves. The typical way to do this in Cadiz is to drop in at one of the numerous bars specialising in "pescaíto fri…

  • Spain through its wine routes.

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    …Quality, innovation, creativity… All synonyms for Spanish gastronomy. The revolution that has led to Spanish cuisine becoming the world leader can also be applied to our vineyards. The range and quality of Spanish wine has made the country the third largest producer in the world. By the following th…

  • Spain in the open-air, in summer.

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    …Terrace bars and “chiringuitos” (outdoor bar-restaurants) are the perfect place to experience typical Spanish customs. The best way to get to know a country is to live side by side with the locals, sharing their customs, taking part in their way of life… Summer is a good time to discover the Spaniar…

  • Gastronomy in the Sierra Norte region of Madrid.

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    …Madrid. Among landscapes of pine and beech trees, rivers, traditions, churches and city walls, you'll find some of the most authentic flavours in the Madrid Region. Its dishes will reveal a great deal about this region, as a place where nature and good food are inextricably entwined. Come and spend …

  • Wineries with history.

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    …Walking around these wineries you will feel as though time has stood still. The charm of classic barrels, old tools and utensils, aging rooms… Visit wineries with history on Spain’s Wine Routes and you will discover the most traditional side of the wine production process. They have hundreds of year…

  • Avant-garde wineries: the new cathedrals to wine in Spain..

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    …Architecture, wine, design and art. Visit Spain's most avant-garde wineries, buildings that combine functionality and aesthetics, designed by the world's most prestigious architects. Here, wine is the true protagonist. Have you ever thought about discovering the world of wine through its vineyards? …

  • The Mediterranean Diet.

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    …It was awarded the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity designation in 2010 because it is much more than just healthy food, and because it has been consolidated as culture that promotes social interaction, respect for the land and biodiversity, and preservation of traditional and craft ac…

  • The seafood at El Puerto de Santa María.

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    …Puerto de Santa María, El. Cadiz. (Andalusia) In El Puerto de Santa María you'll experience the delights of savouring a paper cone of boiled prawns and a glass of fino (the local fortified wine) by the sea. But before you do, you’ll probably have watched the seafood being boiled to perfection at a s…

  • Spain, a real treat for the palate.

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    …You will find Spain's top chefs at the forefront of the international gastronomic scene. They have reinterpreted traditional recipes such as potato omelette and paella with great success. Nevertheless, the classic versions of Spain's best known dishes will also delight you. Come and discover the typ…

  • A weekend in Badajoz: the "Dehesa de Extremadura" Iberian ham route.

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    …Badajoz. (Extremadura) This route is a chance to enjoy and experience everything to do with the world of Iberian cured ham from an insider's point of view. You'll see signs of this tradition everywhere you look in the mountain areas in the south and west of Badajoz, visit the typical wooded pasture …

  • Galicia and its shellfish, an indulgence from the sea.

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    …(Galicia) Easy to cook and a delight for the palate. This is Galicia’s seafood. Tasty, varied and abundant. In Galicia you can try it freshly caught and perfectly prepared. And it’s nutritious and healthy too. Come and enjoy a platter of seafood and shellfish in Galicia; the wonderful gastronomy her…

  • Fried fish assortments.

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    …This gastronomic specialty from Andalusia combines the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet with the pleasure of relishing the flavour of great sea fish. The fried fish assortment is the extraordinary result of dipping very fresh fish in hot, clean, virgin olive oil. It barely touches the oil, …

  • "Ibérico", the ham for demanding palates.

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    …There are thousands of reasons to sample a good Iberian ham: its intense flavour, its pleasant texture, its enticing aroma, the sensation it produces on the palate, the way it makes you crave for more... What is more, it is healthy and has become the image of traditional Spanish gastronomy. If you h…

  • Huelva: fine gastronomy.

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    …Huelva. (Andalusia) In Huelva, in the south of Spain, you will be able to sample internationally famous local products such as Iberian ham, white prawns and strawberries. To enjoy the city’s gastronomy, the best thing to do is order the delicious prawns or the popular fried cuttlefish in any of the …

  • Basque Country cuisine from inside.

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    …(Basque Country) We invite you to come and discover the Basque Country's gastronomy, one of the most prestigious in the world. You'll be able to taste the famous pintxos, attend workshops with renowned chefs, prepare typical dishes and discover the atmosphere of the markets for yourself. A day of tx…

  • Designation of Origin olive oils: guaranteed quality.

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    …Come and discover the colour, aroma and unique tastes of Spanish extra virgin olive oil. Three characteristics that are guaranteed by the Designation of Origin seal. They are excellent quality oils that conserve all their natural vitamins and antioxidants. Try them in local dishes and be sure to pur…

  • Badajoz, a paradise for Iberian cured ham.

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    …Badajoz. (Extremadura) Iberian cured ham is one of the star products of Spanish gastronomy. And one of the best places to savour it is in the area of Badajoz, in Extremadura. Here we suggest ten places throughout this region which are particularly renowned for their Iberian ham. Get ready to enjoy a…

  • Cuenca, a great place for tapas and nightlife.

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    …Cuenca. (Castile-La Mancha) Here we show you the best places for going out for tapas and for nightlife in the city of Cuenca in the north-east of the region of Castile-La Mancha. Another two attractive ways to enjoy this World Heritage City. Out for tapas The city has three main areas for tapas. For…

  • Andalusia’s fino sherry, a culture of life.

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    …(Andalusia) Andalusia has numerous attractions which will entice you to stay: wonderful beaches, an outstanding artistic heritage, a festive atmosphere and of course, a delicious gastronomy. And to sample these delights, what could be better than to enjoy a few tapas accompanied by fino sherry? Ther…

  • The healthiest flavours: the Mediterranean diet.

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    …Enjoy food in a healthy way. This is the first proposal in the Mediterranean diet, which was awarded the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage designation. Based on the consumption of olive oil, vegetables and fresh seasonal products, the Mediterranean diet is an example to follow as far as eating is …


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