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10 amazing local products from Granada that will surprise you

From the snow of the mountains to the tropical climate of the coast, Granada has a wide climatic diversity in its mountains, valleys and plains. We select ten of the best products made in this land, many of them included under the brand Sabor Granada. We taste a production that includes gin, chocolates, cheeses, oils, wines, beers and even spicy sauces and biscuits in the shape of arabesques inspired by La Alhambra. Hot sauces from Sierra

July 20th, 2018|Granada|

Salmorejo Recipe

There's nothing more "cordobés" than "La Mezquita" and Salmorejo, a cold soup similar to gazpacho What many people don't know is that until the fifteenth century, the salmorejo was actually white because tomato had not been imported by Christopher Columbus yet. This recipe is the traditional recipe from Cordoba. Ingredients: 1 kilo ripe plum tomatoes 200gr of yesterday's bread* 100ml Extra Virgin Olive Oil. This award winning oil from Cordoba is amazing. 1 garlic clove

June 22nd, 2018|Recipes|

Museums in Malaga · Sundays Free Entry

Did you know that Malaga is one of the cities with the highest number of museums in Europe? There are more than 30 right now, hosting impressive collections that range from cars to wine, doll houses, music, and of course art! And If you are lucky to be in Malaga on a Sunday you can visit many of them for free! Here you'll find practical info about the main museums and tourist attraction sin Malaga. Centre Pompidou

Gazpachuelo – Tradition, history and Flavor of Malaga

It's not gazpacho, it's gazpachuelo and this is its Malaga route. The gazpachuelo malagueño is tradition, history and flavor of the south. It is also the dish that all mothers know how to make. Gazpachuelo at Bardal resturant, Ronda © Nacho Sánchez In order not to enter into family disputes about which one prepares it better, we have decided to carry out   a route through different restaurants in the province to try some

One Day in Malaga – A Walking Tour of the City Centre

Gastronomy, culture, tradition, history, innovation. The city of Malaga is a melting pot of opportunities to enjoy a complete vacation. It is also when time is of the essence and, therefore, we suggest a tour of the city centre perfect for one-day visits. A guide with the most interesting points to answer the question that many people ask themselves when they arrive in the capital of the Costa del Sol: what can I do/see in Malaga in a day?

La Malagueta – Much more than a nice beach in Malaga

Between buildings of the nineteenth century, large trees and skyscrapers rises in Malaga a corner of great uniqueness. It is the neighborhood of La Malagueta, located next to Muelle Uno del Puerto and bounded by the beach of the same name. An excellent corner that becomes a great alternative to get to know the capital of the Costa del Sol and, also, enjoy its multiple gastronomic options in front of the Mediterranean. Malagueta Letters © Nacho Sánchez

The Ultimate Iberian Ham Guide · How to select the right Jamón Ibérico

When it comes to the world famous “Jamón Ibérico de Bellota”, suddenly even non-foodies start sniffing its exquisite aroma, cherishing its beautiful marbling and letting it gently melt on their tongue… What an experience and what a pleasure!! So no, not all cold cuts are the same. The ham is actually that rooted into Spanish culture, that even vegetarians might occasionally give into one slice or another. And difficult it is to avoid in our cuisine, since it adds

Our Favourite Vegetarian Restaurants in Malaga · Spain Food Sherpas

With quality of local products being its hallmark, Málaga offers numerous options for vegetarians. Restaurants where the stars are the products of the Malaga garden from the Guadalhorce Valley, the Vega de Antequera and even the region of La Axarquía, specializing in tropical fruits. Tradition has a lot to say in dishes that innovation has also reached. We review some of our favorite places to enjoy vegetarian food! Cañadú · Plaza de la Merced, 21 Nearly reaching

Best Tapas in Malaga – Going where the locals go

They say that eating tapas is an art form. That's why we're going to practice it thanks to this great tapas route in Malaga. The city has the best ingredients to enjoy its cuisine to the fullest: good weather, fresh products from the sea and the mountains, an excellent vegetable garden and, also, subtropical fruits such as avocado or mango. Here you will find a list of some of the best tapas bars in the center of the capital

Antequera – Torcal, Dolmens, Churchs and amazing foods

Antequera is now a World Heritage City. In 2016, UNESCO declared the Sitio de los Dólmenes as such, consisting of three buildings erected more than 6,000 years ago. But this beautiful town, located 50 kms away from Malaga,  has much more to offer: the Peña de los Enamorados and the karstic labyrinth of El Torcal are two other references of this monumental city. An interesting visit that also offers gastronomic opportunities: it is the best place to try local