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Regional cuisine in Spain


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  • The cuisine of the Balearic Islands.


    … (Balearic Islands) The Balearic Islands, a sensory pleasure. The gastronomy from Majorca, Menorca, Eivissa·Ibiza* and Formentera is comprised of many delectable and pleasurable dishes. The cuisine takes full advantage of the islands' resources and the many cultures which have passed through the arch…

  • The cuisine of Catalonia.


    … (Catalonia) Catalonia, maximum expression of culinary character. As with nearly all cultures, Catalonian cooking has great character. Its innovative cooking often looking back to history for inspiration. Although ultimately Mediterranean, Catalonia has been influenced by various cultures over the ce…

  • The cuisine of Castile-La Mancha.


    … (Castile-La Mancha) Castilla la Mancha, Quixote cuisine. Located almost in the centre of mainland Spain, Castilla la Mancha and its cuisine is a very appreciated discovery for the traveller. The cuisine of this region is comprised of a great variety of traditional, hearty yet simple dishes which are…

  • The cuisine of the Region of Valencia.


    … (Valencia) The Region of Valencia... the Mediterranean Diet. The cuisine from the Region of Valencia enjoys great prestige at both a national and international level. Its traditional recipes are prepared using natural ingredients such as oil, vegetables, spices, fruit, fresh meat or fish and has com…

  • The cuisine of Extremadura.


    … (Extremadura) Extremadura, a land and cuisine of contrasts. The Extremaduran countryside never ceases to amaze the visitor, with its dry plains, luxuriant pastures, mountains, marshes, meadows and fields.... In each area there are different products, the crops and livestock influencing the local dis…

  • The cuisine of the Canary Islands.


    … (Canary Islands) The Canary Islands, exquisite cuisine under the sun. The Spanish often refer to the Canary Islands as the "Islas Afortunadas" as the shine shines practically throughout the year, their only borders are the sky and the sea, and because their fauna, flora and culture, at time so diffe…

  • The cuisine of Aragon.


    … (Aragon) Aragon, a developing cuisine. The Autonomous Region of Aragon has inherited its rich gastronomy from the different cultures which have passed through the region over the centuries. It knows how to exploit its local products and today its cuisine is described as classical. The great geograph…

  • The cuisine of Asturias.


    … (Asturias) Asturias, a natural and culinary paradise. Without a doubt, Asturias is a magnificent natural sea, mountain and country paradise with a very diverse environment. Protected on one side by the Bay of Biscay and on the other by the Picos de Europa mountain range, this region has always been …

  • The cuisine of Andalusia.


    … (Andalusia) Andalusia, a melting pot of cultures and cuisines. The Romans taught the Andalusians how to cultivate wheat and vines and used the fish from the seas to produce the best "garum" in the empire. The Arabs taught the Andalusians how to grow fruit and vegetables. They used irrigation systems…

  • The cuisine of La Rioja.


    … (La Rioja) La Rioja, A Culinary Mix. La Rioja is situated on the Camino de Santiago route. It is a land of travellers and exchange, where relationships are formed and culture and customs interchanged. All this is reflected in its gastronomy which, apart from providing the traveller with the opportun…

  • The cuisine of the Madrid Region.


    … (Madrid) Madrid: Culinary Capital. Historically speaking, Madrid has always had a magnetic effect on the remaining Spanish regions. Whether due to the fascination for the Court, or to look for work and a better future than that offered in the countryside, over the years this region and the capital o…

  • The cuisine of the Basque Country.


    … (Basque Country) The Basque Country, a culinary paradise. With regards food, the Basque Country is probably the most important tourist destination in Spain. A coastal and border region, whose very varied culinary delights are due to the mixture of sea and mountain cultures with modern top-quality co…

  • The cuisine of Navarre.


    … (Navarre) Navarre, the taste is found in variety. It is said that taste is found in variety and of all Spanish regions, the Autonomous Region of Navarre has the most varied landscape. Valleys alternate with thick forests, splashing waterfalls and major rivers. The same can be said about its culinary…

  • The cuisine of Galicia.


    … (Galicia) Galicia: Sea and Land. Its cuisine is one of the main tourist attractions of Galicia: the exquisite delicacies of this region are based on the high quality and variety of the local products used in the preparation of dishes. Country, farm and sea products are unique in their characteristic…

  • The cuisine of Ceuta.


    … (Ceuta) Ceuta, Atlantic and Mediterranean cuisine. The cold, rocky and rough Atlantic Ocean meets the warm, sandy and calm Mediterranean Sea at the shores of Ceuta, giving rise to a great variety of fish species that enrich the local cuisine. These are used to make delicious dishes that will please …

  • The cuisine of Melilla.


    … (Melilla) Melilla, Mediterranean food from the east and west. Old Rusadir of the Phoenicians, a trading centre which was Spanish before Navarre had joined the Crown of Castille - one and a half centuries before Rosellon became French and almost three centuries before the United States of America exi…

  • The cuisine of Castile-León.


    … (Castile-Leon) Castilla-Leon, modern cuisine, roasts and much more. Castilla-Leon is the largest of the Spanish Autonomous Regions. It is comprised of nine provinces which share flavours and tastes but conserve their own traditions. Traditions of huge historical and artistic richness which are gastr…

  • The cuisine of Cantabria.


    … (Cantabria) Cantabria, Sea and Mountains. The Region of Cantabria is very rich in history, art and natural areas: the sea, valleys with mild and warm micro-climates, fertile pastures... the varied cuisine cleverly combines the products from the sea with those from the pastures and market gardens. Th…

  • The cuisine of Murcia.


    … (Murcia) Region of Murcia, the market garden of Spain. The Region of Murcia serves authentic Mediterranean cooking: cereals, vegetables and olive oil are the base of this cuisine, which finds its source of inspiration in the market garden - natural, authentic, tasty and with a character all of its o…