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Slow travel in Matarranya, the Spanish Tuscany by Paladar y Tomar

Matarranya, the Spanish Tuscany

Away from the tourists crowds, the Matarraña (or Matarranya) region is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway, especially if you’re in search of some peace and quiet. We suspect that was what Donald Trump Jr. was looking for in his recent visit to the area. Indeed, you should certainly embrace the slow travel philosophy […]

Jordi Roca, El Celler de Can Roca, 50 Best Restaurants, Paladar y Tomar

Bilbao holds The World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards 2018

Joan and Jordi Roca from El Celler de Can Roca*** | Photograph: The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2017   Following last year’s hugely successful 15th edition in Australia, The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, sponsored by S.Pellegrino & Acqua Panna, announced that its 2018 awards ceremony will be hosted at the Euskalduna Centre in Bilbao on […]

Chorizo and chistorra from Navarra, Paladar y Tomar

10 foods you should try in Navarra (and the Basque Country)

Grazing the Pyrenees from the north of Spain, the region of Navarra is known for its green landscapes and cool climate, as the many pilgrims that cross the province walking the Camino de Santiago will be able to confirm. But Navarra is also homeland of the astonishing desert of Bárdenas Reales, one of only a […]

San Fermin last night in Pamplona, by Paladar y Tomar

San Fermín Festival: Running with the Bulls at Pamplona

Although the historic city of Pamplona is chockablock with art, culture, music, and delicious food and wine any time of year, you can’t quite call yourself a serious traveler if you haven’t yet made the pilgrimage to this beautiful part of Spain for the legendary San Fermín Festival and you haven’t witnessed first hand the […]

Mediterranean diet and Spanish cuisine

Secret ingredients of the Spanish Cuisine

From Ferràn Adrià cuisine revolution, media attention on the molecular gastronomy movement has put Spain on the radar of foodies everywhere – not only for the experimental and innovative techniques of Spain’s avant-garde chefs, but also for the traditional cuisine that conforms the background of any good chef. But what makes Spanish cuisine so contrasting and rich? Here we […]

MNAC Museum Barcelona

10 best museums in Barcelona and Malaga

  We have assembled a list of the must-see museums and galleries of the Spanish Mediterranean‘s lavish art scene, from Barcelona to Málaga. From the relaxed, sun-drenched shores of the Mediterranean from North to South, Spain is an ancient cultural melting pot, boasting monuments from the various empires that once ruled our wide-ranging landscapes. We reverently hold on to this past while […]

The great Bluefin tuna experience

Every spring shoals of massive Bluefin tuna pass through the narrow Strait of Gibraltar, preferring the balmy Mediterranean to harsh Atlantic waters for mating. It is on the beginning of this great migration, skirting the exclusive beaches of Zahara de los Atunes in Cádiz, where the illustrious silver-backed “bulls of the sea” are captured “en […]

Horses are a basic element in the Jerez Festival, Paladar y Tomar

Feria de Jerez: The Horse Festival

The alumbrado (lightening) of half a million lights at midnight on the portada (main entrance arch) marks the beginning of the festival. Jerez de la Frontera opens its doors to thousands of visitors every year for the Feria del Caballo (The Horse Festival). The Horse Festival in Jerez – declared to be of National Tourist Interest – is […]