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Andalusia’s cuisine is spectacular. One lacks words to define the rich dishes, their delicious and tasty ingredients, whose health benefits are globally known, and the joyful colours that characterise the Andalusian cuisine.

Discover the particular touch that Andalusia adds to the Mediterranean diet, creating peculiar specialities. In our blog about Cuisine in Andalusia, you will find recipes and typical dishes that will make your mouth water even before getting to Andalusia.

14 Places to Have Breakfast in Malaga

To have breakfast in Malaga is one of the most authentic cuisine-related experiences you can have while on the Costa del Sol. Thanks to this list of the places where you should have at least one breakfast while visiting the capital city of the Costa del Sol, choosing where to have breakfast will be a…

Where to eat in Malaga during the Holy Week

If you’re dying to know the tradition of the Holy Week in Malaga, that’s the post that you’ve been waiting for. You’re going to read about some of the best places to eat in Malaga during the Holy Week (but not only). The best places to eat in Malaga during the Holy Week maintain their…

Traditional Food of the Holy Week in Andalucia

Taste 7 of the most traditional Food Dishes of the Holy Week in Andalucia! The gastronomy of the Holy Week in Andalucia stands out for its rich variety and recipes. Meat-less dishes fill the tables of Andalusian families from the first day of the Lent until Easter. The nutrients of the meat are supplied by…

The 10 (+2) best Wineries in Malaga province

Are you a wine lover and you happen to be in Andalucia on holidays? Then take a look at 10 of the best Wineries in Malaga province. Despite being known mainly for the weather conditions and the landscapes, the province of Malaga also offers delicious cuisine and gastronomic tourism opportunities. In particular, there are 45…

Benefits of Olive Oil in the health, cuisine and cosmetic fields

Discover which the health benefits of olive oil are, as well as how Andalucia’s “liquid gold” is used in the gastronomic and cosmetic fields. It’s impossible to talk about agriculture in Andalucia without mentioning the olive yards. In fact, olive trees cover 1.5 million hectares in Andalucia and provide work for the 40% of agricultural…

Top 13 Spanish Christmas sweets

As Christmas approaches, and you start soaking up the joyful atmosphere wherever you go, bakeries keep the standard high by taking delicious Spanish Christmas Sweets out of the oven. Whether it’s the first time you visit Andalucia, or you’re a regular visitor to the region, especially during Christmas, be ready to have your mouth water!…

Spanish ham: a closer look at the Jamón Ibérico

We’re spilling the beans about the rooted tradition of the Spanish ham in Andalucia. The wafer-thin Spanish ham slices are every Andalucia’s bars and restaurants’ star dish. There are countless ways to relish the Jamón Ibérico’s taste, and Andalusians know them all. So, if you want to engage in a five-sense experience, go on reading…

Olive oil in Jaen, Spain

The olive oil in Jaen is one of the most renowned products of Andalucia and whole Spain. Discover its secrets. The province of Jaen is worldwide known as the cradle of the best olive oil in Andalucia and whole Spain. Its olive trees provide half the total production of olive oil in Spain and 20%…

The best places to eat tapas in Granada

Don’t miss the opportunity to eat tapas in Granada (for free!) Granada is the cradle of free tapas culture. The corners of the city crawl with bars and restaurants dying to serve you a delicious tapa together with a drink. Discover the best places on Earth in Granada where you can enjoy tasty portions of…

Spanish tapas: origins of the gastronomic specialties in Andalucia

Tapas are one of the most famous gastronomic characteristics of Spain. Throw yourself into the delicious Spanish tapas world! Spanish Tapas are traditionally small portions of food, which in Andalucia usually serve as an accompaniment to wines and, in modern times, to beer and drinks, too. Nowadays, more and more bars are serving a free…