Exploring Fuengirola – Food Festivals, Restaurants and Attractions

Lying midway between two of the major drawcards of the Costa Del Sol, Marbella and Malaga, lies Fuengirola a beachside town with a lot to offer. Often joked about as ‘the southernmost city of Finland,’ Fuengirola is much more than a Scandinavian winter escape. It has a lot to offer by way of food festivals, restaurants and attractions. Photo Credit: www.turismo.fuengirola.es Easily accessible by a direct bus from Marbella, and sitting at the end

A Day in Belnalmadena Pueblo – A stone’s throw away from Malaga

Situated a mere 20-minute drive away from Malaga, in the mountains lies Benalmadena Pueblo. Benalmadena itself is situated in three sections – the Pueblo, Arroyo De La Miel and Benalmadena Costa, but the beauty truly lies in the white washed buildings of the Pueblo. Stuck somewhere between a typical Spanish town and an international village, it has a lot to offer. Let's see what! Photo credit: www.disfrutabenalmadena.com Upon driving into the pueblo, you’re greeted

Discover Coin. The Vegetable Garden of Malaga

Strategically located on Valle del Guadalhorce, to a bare 36km from Malaga is to be found Coin, a charming town known as the vegetable garden of Malaga. Its 22.000 inhabitants live between the Mediterranean sea and the center of Andalusia. Framed between the Sierra de las Nieves and Sierra de Mijas, its soft descent towards the sea is full of contrasts observable on the terrain, the vegetation and farming. In some of its slopes, thyme, rockrose flower, olive and

Pinchos in La Rioja – The best places to taste them in Logroño

If we talk about La Rioja, the first thing that comes to mind inevitably is its well-celebrated wines. It’s about, with all probability, the best-known Designation of Origin in all Spain, which has occupied by its own right, a place that’s more than highlighted in the international winegrowing panorama. La Rioja is wine, and wine is La Rioja. It is its main sign of identity and its present from times immemorial in its history, culture, and traditions. But, moreover,

Pork Tenderloin in Almond Sauce Recipe

Ingredients: 500 gr Pork tenderloin Salt and pepper Ingredients for the sauce: 2 slices of bread 12 almonds 2 cloves of garlic One parsley sprig One glass of white wine Saffron Olive oil Prep: 5 min Cook: 25 min Yield: 4 servings Preparation: Fry the bread, almonds, garlic and parsley. Then put everything in a bowl and hydrate it with water or chicken/ vegetable stock. Add some saffron, grind it and mix

January 22nd, 2020|Recipes|

Flamenco Shows in Seville – The Best Tablaos in Town

Flamenco shows are a picturesque art form, where phenomenal dancers in brightly colored gowns dance at the rhythm of complex, melancholic guitar music. Seville and tablaos or traditional flamenco settings are one and the same; the city’s folklore revolves around flamenco, and it's everywhere. And while all tablaos have their charm, the best of the best are not as easy to find as you would think. Thinking of you, we’ve put together a list of the best tablaos in

December 5th, 2019|sevilla|

Best Tapas in Seville – Tradition meets Modern

Sevilla is home to Spain’s most vibrant traditions: Flamenco, Semana Santa, Feria de abril, Bullfighting and of course, Tapas. The city thrives with a dynamic food scene that dates back centuries. Food is simple but flavorful, and the passion of dedicated cooks spice up every dish. Enjoyed with a cold beer or a glass of fantastic wine, going out for tapas in Sevilla is an experience of a lifetime. These are our favorite spots. Buen provecho! Bodega

October 22nd, 2019|sevilla|

The August Fair of Malaga: two fairs for the price of one

From August 15 to 24 Malaga celebrates its traditional Fair, with the particularity that it is one of the few cities in Spain with two fairs at the same time to choose from: the streets of the Historic Center and the Real de la Feria in the Cortijo de Torres. Real de la Feria. © La Opinión de Málaga On August 19, 1487 the Catholic Monarchs, Isabel and Fernando, entered with their courtship through

Main Wine Regions of Spain

Contemporary of the stories of Homer, back in the VIII century B.C. is a winery near Cádiz, in the Phoenician colony of the Castillo de Doña Blanca, the first trace of the wine industry in Spain.Since then, the fame of Spanish wine has reached the whole world and can be compared with the best in France or Italy. Spain has around seventy designations of origin distributed throughout the peninsula and the two archipelagos: Canarias and Baleares.Among the main

June 4th, 2019|Spanish Wines|

What are Tapas and Where Do They Come From

The tapa is to Spanish cuisine what pasta is to Italians. This modest and exquisite gastronomic work, but without the air of grandeur, has become the letter of introduction of Spanish cuisine around the world. As journalist Juan Ferragut recalled more than 80 years ago, the tapa is "a distracted way of eating without realizing it". Small bites that have marked Spanish gastronomic culture. Some of the Tapas served on our Seville Food Tour But