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

Where to See Authentic Flamenco in Malaga

The poet Manuel Machado, the brother of the also poet Antonio Machado, when reviewing the eight Andalusian capitals defined Malaga as cantaora (flamenco singer). Flamenco has been very present in this city, which is home to one of the best flamenco singers in history, Juan Breva, after whom the main peña flamenca (flamenco club) in Málaga is named. Juan Breva© La Opinión de Málaga The origin of flamenco, although hazy, seems to be born from

Top Ten Things To Do in Granada

Suggestions, ideas, plans or whatever you want to call them to experiences this 'sea and mountain' made province to the fullest The Alhambra Diving, tasting, learning, skiing and even flying. We go to Granada to appreciate it in its fullness through to ten experiences. Because traveling in capital letters is much more than uploading photos to Instagram.  Come with us to truly experience the province of Granada! 1. FLY THROUGH THE DESERT OF

February 7th, 2019|Granada|

Nereo Shipyard Ecomuseum in Pedregalejo

On the promenade of Pedregalejo, next to the Baños del Carmen, is the Nereo Shipyard Ecomuseum, an old corner of the neighborhood that offers workshop schools and makes replicas of historic boats using traditional carpentry techniques.Guided tours are offered. A bit of history Old photographs reveal that at the end of the 19th century, in the same place where the Nereo Shipyards are located, on the old beach of San Telmo, now called

Best Parks & Gardens of Malaga

The parks and gardens of Málaga began to be implemented in the city at the end of the 18th century thanks to its excellent climate and with a scientific purpose: The Minister of the Indies was then the Malaga native José de Gálvez and he set out to collect the largest number of seeds and plants of the American colonies. Don José  had a farm in Almayate, on the east coast of Malaga and his gardener had in