What to Expect
Discover the local ham, wines, and typical dishes of Granada on a 3.5-hour walking tour. Learn about the most traditional foods produced in Granada province with your knowledgeable foodie guide.
Hear about Sephardic, Berber, Nasrid, and even Roman influences in Granada’s cuisine. Learn how ham is cured in the Alpujarra mountain villages, and dried with the fresh Sierra Nevada air. Taste different hams, Serrano from Granada and the prestigious Iberian ham produced in Andalusia.
Taste some of the local drinks such as Tinto de Verano and Wines produced in the local Granada D.O.P region. See one of the oldest taverns in Granada and soak up the atmosphere of the city through its cuisine.
Indulge in traditional tapas that reflect our local gastronomy, created with autochthonous ingredients and authentic recipes. Taste then in a well-loved by locals place to experience the art of tapear. It’s a hidden tavern that lives an intense hustle and bustle, a constant coming and going of people who know that they will find what they are looking for there: for example their homemade vermouth or their hearty tapas.
The Tour ends in a mythical place of Granada’s gastronomy, whose owner Dani describes as “a site that is a bit of everyone and a lot of Granada”. It is located in the same facilities as Café Alameda years ago, the one that was frequented by Federico García Lorca and Manuel de Falla.
Their dishes are based on traditional food, such as the exquisite remojón granadino, or dishes made with locally produced vegetables such as beans, asparagus or artichokes from the Vega de Granada.
Throughout the whole activity you will be guided by a member of our team, a Food Sherpa, an expert in our local culture. A person with a deep knowledge of the best-kept foodie secrets of Granada.
Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the best places to eat in town and to discover hidden gems that even locals don’t know about!
*Tastings and Tour stops are likely to change to reflect seasonal produce, and our partners availability.