Tapa of ham, cheese and walnuts

We would like to share with you some of the virtues of the Mediterranean diet. The most typical Spanish dishes, the flavours of the sea in the Basque Country, the delicious food that you can find in iconic places such as the coast of Andalusia or the Region of Valencia, "divine" cakes made in convents and monasteries all over the country, the taste of the seafood in Galicia or Rioja Designation of Origin wine, the smell of Iberian ham from Extremadura, the texture of Manchego cheese from Castile-La Mancha, feeling satisfied after eating a good plate of "fabada" (bean casserole), and much more! These are just some of the things that regional cuisine in Spain offers you, to fill your trip with flavours, smells and colour, and to have the best food experience. If you follow our tips you will be able to go to the best restaurants, taste excellent wine and take home high quality products as a souvenir from one of our gourmet markets. Take a look and chew over these ideas that will help you discover Spanish cuisine.


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  • 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 yo…

  • 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 …

  • 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,…

  • Jaén and the gastronomy of olive oil.

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    …Jaén. (Andalusia) There is no better place to start that Jaén if you want to learn about Spanish olive oil. Within a radius of just 50 kilometres of the city, you will find companies and co-operatives where you can find …

  • Savour the taste of the market gardens of Almeria.

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    …Almería. (Andalusia) Almeria is known by many as the market garden of Europe thanks to its fertile land, and to the fact that it enjoys an average of 3000 hours of sunshine a year. Now you have the chance to discover it …

  • Zaragoza for chocolate lovers.

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    …Zaragoza. (Aragón) Do you like chocolate? What's your favourite? White, dark, with candied fruit, as ice-cream…? You can enjoy it practically any way you can imagine in the fun, and above all delicious, activities on off…

  • “Golf & Gourmet”: sport and fine food in Navarre.

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    …(Autonomous Community of Navarre) A golfing holiday? Why not, and a gastronomic holiday too. This is the idea behind Navarre's “Golf & Gourmet” programme. In this Region in northern Spain you can have a wonderful holiday…

  • The gastronomy of Navarre, worthy of a museum.

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    …(Autonomous Community of Navarre) If you think of museums, you probably conjure up an image of paintings, sculptures and so on. But the option available in Navarre (in northern Spain) is something completely different: v…

  • “Pinchos” in Pamplona.

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    …Pamplona. Navarre. (Autonomous Community of Navarre) Pamplona is the perfect place for sampling the famous “pinchos” (snacks) of the north of Spain. The bars in the historic quarter, namely on the streets San Nicolás, Co…

  • Bilbao: Five-star cooking in emblematic locations.

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    …Bilbao. Bizkaia. (Basque Country) In Bilbao you will be able to treat yourself to five-star cuisine enjoyed in unique and emblematic spaces. The Guggenheim Bilbao Museum has a restaurant where you can sample the culinary…

  • Out for pintxos in Bilbao.

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    …Bilbao. Bizkaia. (Basque Country) You can discover Bilbao’s gastronomic tradition in bite-sized pieces by taking a tour of its bars and taverns. The counters of these establishments are piled high with the famous pintxos…

  • Out for “pinchos” in San Sebastián.

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    …San Sebastián. 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 miniatu…

  • The land of ‘txakoli’, the wine of the Basque country.

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    …(Basque Country) Txakoli is one of the Basque country's best-known wines. This light, fruity white wine is slightly sparkling and has a tart, refreshing edge. We suggest enjoying it in the setting where the grapes used t…

  • Gourmet getaways in Gipuzkoa.

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    …Gipuzkoa. (Basque Country) If you're looking for a place to enjoy fine dining to the maximum, then come to Gipuzkoa in the Basque Country, in the heart of northern Spain. World-famous chefs such as Juan Mari Arzak, Martí…

  • Basque Country "pinchos".

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    …(Basque Country) A good way to get to know the north of Spain, and especially the Basque Country, is through its gastronomy. To be more specific, we are talking about taking part in a deep-rooted regional culinary tradit…

  • Flavours of the sea in the Basque Country.

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    …(Basque Country) Come and discover the flavours from the sea in the Basque Country, with its best fish recipes. We suggest visiting some of the fishing harbours and tasting the most traditional dishes. The gastronomy in …

  • 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 typ…

  • San Sebastián, signature cuisine.

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    …San Sebastián. Gipuzkoa. (Basque Country) As everyone knows, Donostia-San Sebastián is the home of great cuisine. In fact, in this city in the north of Spain you’ll find restaurants run by some of the grand masters of th…

  • A University for the Haute Cuisine of Spain.

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    …San Sebastián. Gipuzkoa. (Basque Country) The Huate Cuisine of Spain comes to the University with the creation of a world renown culinary centre: the Basque Culinary Centre. Located in San Sebastián, Basque Country, it h…

  • Vitoria, from one pintxo to the next.

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    …Vitoria. Araba-Álava. (Basque Country) Vitoria is one of the best cities for experiencing the custom of “going out for pintxos” (going from bar to bar sampling tasty morsels made with typical local products or with new a…

  • Cuenca, a great place for tapas and nightlife.

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    …Cuenca. (Castilla-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 thi…

  • Salamanca: gastronomic delicacies and street markets.

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    …Salamanca. (Castilla y Leon) Gastronomic delicacies and street markets. In the historic centre you will also find shops selling Salamanca's typical sweets and foods: the shops in the streets around Plaza Mayor Square off…

  • Tapas in Salamanca.

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    …Salamanca. (Castilla y Leon) Going out for tapas in Salamanca is a way of not only sampling the local dishes and gastronomic products, but also of taking part in a custom which is well-loved by its inhabitants. It’s some…

  • Valladolid – land of great wine.

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    …Valladolid. (Castilla y Leon) The area of Valladolid in Castile-León is known around the world for its famous wines; if you like the world of the vineyard, here’s your spot. Here you will find wines from the five Designa…

  • Gourmet cuisine in Barcelona.

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    …Barcelona. (Catalonia) In Barcelona you'll be able to enjoy exquisitely prepared modern Mediterranean cuisine at the hands of some of Spain's greatest chefs such as Martín Berasategui. What’s more, Barcelona’s restaurant…

  • Barcelona, flavours from other worlds.

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    …Barcelona. (Catalonia) When it’s time to eat you’ll find that Barcelona is also cosmopolitan too. The city’s line-up of restaurants includes numerous places where you can surprise your palate with a whole range of differ…

  • 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 re…

  • 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 …

  • Santiago de Compostela a taste of tradition through its cuisine.

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    …Santiago de Compostela. A Coruña. (Galicia) There are a number of places in Santiago de Compostela where you can spend an evening in the most authentic Galician style: against a background of live music, you can take par…

  • Santiago de Compostela: a land of shellfish.

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    …Santiago de Compostela. A Coruña. (Galicia) Santiago de Compostela is one of the best places to go if you want to enjoy first-class fresh shellfish. When you taste the scampi, prawns, scallop varieties, mussels, lobsters…

  • Beaches, nature and gastronomy in the “Rías Baixas”.

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    …(Galicia) The Atlantic Ocean makes inroads into the land amidst legendary forests to form the “Rías Baixas” (literally: low, tidal inlets). The area’s exceptional beaches, rugged scenery and the wealth of flavours presen…

  • The 'queimada': Galicia's magical beverage.

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    …(Galicia) If you're heading for Galicia, we recommend you take part in the famous ritual of the queimada. The basic ingredient is the drink known in Spain as aguardiente (a type of colourless brandy), and this rite is gu…

  • 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 e…

  • Harvest festival in the land of wine, La Rioja.

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    …Logroño. La Rioja. In Spain and all over the world, wine and La Rioja go hand-in-hand. The wines of this region in northern Spain have earned world-wide recognition. The quality of the wine from La Rioja is so good that …

  • La Rioja: wine-themed activities.

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    …(La Rioja)   La Rioja is justly famous for its broad extensions of vineyards and for the quality of its wines. If you travel to this region, as well as being able to enjoy tasting these brews, you can also learn all abou…

  • Logroño, the wine capital.

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    …Logroño. La Rioja. Logroño is the perfect place for learning all about the famous Spanish wine, Rioja. Within a radius of 8 kilometres of this city, you can visit as many as nine wineries to discover the secrets of how t…

  • A tribute to wine culture.

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    …(La Rioja) The world’s only museum dedicated to ennobling an exceptional wine. La Rioja is home to a cultural site where vineyards and wine cellars come together with archaeology, art and tools. The Wine Culture Museum w…

  • The Wines of La Rioja.

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    …(La Rioja) Spain produces a wide variety of wines of the highest quality with unique and distinctive flavours which vary from region to region. La Rioja is one our most internationally renowned wine-producing areas. La R…

  • Cuisine from all over the world in Madrid.

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    …Madrid. (Madrid Region) In Madrid you can enjoy a taste of the typical gastronomy of each of the regions in Spain, as well as cuisine from all the five continents. You won't need to go far to find all the best-known dish…

  • Madrid, outstanding restaurants.

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    …Madrid. (Madrid Region) You can enjoy Spanish haute cuisine at its very best in the great restaurants of Madrid, where meticulous attention to every last detail guarantees diners an exquisite and sublime experience. The …

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