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  • Olive oil from Baena.

    Gastronomy | Products


    … (Andalusia) The olive producing county of Baena, in Córdoba, is outstanding for the high quality of its oils. The Designation of Origin covers high-quality virgin oils with acidity below 1%. This is extra virgin olive oil, obtained from olives of the Picudo or Carrasqueño de Córdoba varieties as the…

  • Teruel cured ham.

    Gastronomy | Products


    … (Aragon) Cured hams from heavy pigs made in a natural environment in the traditional style. Animals born and reared in the province of Teruel, from the Landrace or Landrace and Duroc breeds may be included in this Designation of Origin. The hams must weigh between 8 and 9kg with blood and they are c…

  • Piquillo Peppers from Lodosa.

    Gastronomy | Products


    … (Navarre) Piquillo Peppers from Lodosa are small, between 8 and 10 cm long, flat, triangular and end in a point. It is a unique, native plant species, whose quality and peculiar taste make it one of the most valued produce from the farms of Navarre. Their colour is an intense red. They are fleshy, c…

  • Bananas from the Canary Islands.

    Gastronomy | Products


    … (Canary Islands) Introduced from Asia, the Canary Island Banana became acclimated to the islands in this archipelago during the 15th and 16th centuries. It comes from the large plantain tree, which produces bunches of fruit weighing between 15 and 50 kg. The fruit, once ripe, is long, slightly curve…

  • Manchego Cheese.

    Gastronomy | Products


    … (Castile-La Mancha) Manchego is, without a doubt, the most famous cheese in Spain. It has been consumed since time immemorial throughout the region of La Mancha. This has made it possible today for an important cheese industry to develop, which maintains handcrafted production of the cheese. Mancheg…

  • Paella.

    Gastronomy | Recipes


    … (Valencia) Ingredients.   Ingredients for 10 people: 1 kg. rice, 2 kg. chicken, 1 kg. rabbit, 300 gr. tomato, 500 g. green beans, 250 g. garrofó (a variety of white bean used for making the typical Valencian paella), 100 g. peppers (optional), 2 dozen snails (optional), 3 dl. olive oil, few strands …

  • Octopus 'a feira', sochangre, chopped garlic, 'salpicón'.

    Gastronomy | Recipes


    … (Galicia) Ingredients. Ingredients for 4 people: 1 octopus of about 2kg 1 onion 2dl of olive oil 2l of water 1 spoonful of sweet paprika 1 spoonful of hot paprika coarse salt. Preparation. Clean the octopus, remove the ink sac, the beak it has between the tentacles and empty the head. Beat it with a…

  • Route of the castles in La Rioja.

    Routes


    … La Rioja. Wine, nobility and pilgrims. The area known as La Rioja Alta is famous for being a land of exceptional wine. Its towns and villages, set amid vineyards and wineries, are all almost exclusively involved in wine production. It is also a region with a long history, and home to a stretch of th…

  • French Route through Aragon stage 01: Puerto de Somport - Jaca.


    Route: The Way of Saint James. (French Route). Name: Puerto de Somport - Jaca. Places on the route: Puerto de Somport , Canfranc-Estación, Canfranc, Villanúa, Castiello de Jaca, Jaca.

  • French Route through Aragon stage 02: Jaca - Puente la Reina de Jaca.


    Route: The Way of Saint James. (French Route). Name: Jaca - Puente la reina de Jaca. Places on the route: Jaca, Santa Cruz de la Serós, San Juán de la Peña, Santa Cilia de Jaca, Puente la reina de Jaca.

  • French Route through Aragon stage 03: Puente la Reina de Jaca - Ruesta.


    Route: The Way of Saint James. (French Route). Name: Puente la Reina de Jaca - Ruesta. Places on the route: Puente la Reina de Jaca, Arrés, Martes, Mianos, Artieda, Ruesta.

  • French Route through Aragon stage 06: Monreal - Puente la Reina.


    Route: The Way of Saint James. (French Route). Name: Monreal - Puente la Reina. Places on the route: Monreal, Tiebas, Enériz, Sta. Mª de Eunate, Obanos, Puente la Reina.

  • French Route through Aragon stage 05: Sangüesa - Monreal.


    Route: The Way of Saint James. (French Route). Name: Sangüesa - Monreal. Places on the route: Sangüesa, Rocaforte, Izco, Salinas de Ibargoiti, Monreal - Monreal.

  • French Route through Aragon stage 04: Ruesta - Sangüesa (Navarre).


    Route: The Way of Saint James. (French Route). Name: Ruesta - Sangüesa (Navarra). Places on the route: Ruesta, Undués de lerda, Sangüesa.

  • Castilla Canal.

    Routes


    … Valladolid. (Castile-Leon) Along the path, in the shade. The Castilla Canal is an ambitious engineering work begun in the mid 18th century and completed one century later, the result of the imagination and the efforts of an enlightened group of people who had the idea of building an outlet to the se…

  • From Cáceres to Trujillo.

    Routes


    … Cáceres. (Extremadura) The bridge between Extremadura and the Americas. Trujillo, a mediaeval town and cradle of conquistadors, is an outstanding tourist destination. As we approach from Cáceres, we pass through fields and wooded pastures which serve as grazing for fighting bulls, and the distinctiv…

  • Route of the castles and battles of Jaén.

    Routes


    … Jaén. (Andalusia) Amid olive trees and castles. The route passes through the province of Jaén and through part of the provinces of Ciudad Real and Granada. However our itinerary focuses primarily on the section which runs through Jaén, and takes a tour of the remains of structures involved in import…

  • The Route of the Jerte Valley.

    Routes


    … Cáceres. (Extremadura) Amid the snow and the white flowering cherry trees. When spring awakes, the Jerte valley in the province of Cáceres is transformed into a spectacular display of light and colour. Every year, the flowering of the cherry trees which clothe the sloping sides of the valley attract…

  • 'Fabada' (Asturian bean stew).

    Gastronomy | Recipes


    … (Asturias) Ingredients. Ingredients for 4 people: 400 g of fabes (French beans) 200 g of Asturian spicy sausage 200 g of Asturian black puddings (dry, smoked) 200 g of shoulder of pork 100 g of bacon or streaky bacon 6 sprigs of saffron Salt. Preparation. Put the beans to soak overnight in cold wate…

  • Rice from the Region of Valencia.

    Gastronomy | Products


    … (Valencia) www.arrozdevalencia.org. Rice from Valencia is very famous and traditional in our country. It is undoubtedly the most highly valued by consumers and it is also an ingredient in a long list of typical Mediterranean recipes. Paella is one of the most well known dishes world-wide. A cereal o…

  • Roast suckling pig.

    Gastronomy | Recipes


    … (Castile-Leon) Ingredients. Ingredients for 6 people: 2,1/2 kg of suckling pig 1 head of garlic 500 g of potatoes 1 large onion 1/2 cup of white wine bay leaf salt ground pepper 1/4 cup of olive oil. Preparation. Wash the suckling pig and dry. Singe the ears, trotters and any part containing hair or…

  • Cordoba. Córdoba.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage


    … Córdoba. Cordoba. (Andalusia) Cordoba is situated in the interior of Andalusia where past and modernity blend in together. This thousand-year-old city, which has the World Heritage designation, is a living legacy of the different cultures that settled here throughout its history. Not many places in …

  • Santiago de Compostela.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage


    Santiago de Compostela. A Coruña. (Galicia) http://www.santiagoturismo.com/. Discover Santiago de Compostela, the capital of the Region of Galicia. Millions of people from all over the world come to this city every year, many of them reaching the end of the Way of Saint James pilgrimage route. Its h…

  • Salamanca.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage


    Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) Salamanca is in the central area of Spain, 212 kilometres from the capital, Madrid. Universal, magnificent, wise, young and golden: this city is an inland destination well worth discovering for many reasons. Its historic centre has been designated a World Heritage Site by t…