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Aragon

Aragon is a fascinating region in northern Spain which is often overlooked by visitors. Whilst the region’s capital, Zaragoza, is well worth a visit it’s the stunning natural beauty of the Aragonese Pyrenees and its historic villages which shouldn’t be missed. The Ordesa National Park is one of the most stunning destinations you’ll ever see.

 
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Castilla la mancha

Castilla La Mancha is an arid and sparsely populated land which lies between Madrid and Andalucia. Apart from being home to the Imperial city of Toledo it is best known for its Don Quijote windmills at Consuegra and for its excellent cheeses.

 
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Andalucia

Whilst Andalucia is home to the mass tourism developments of the Costa del Sol it is also the land which most typifies Spain to the foreign visitor due largely to the regions love of flamenco and bullfighting. Escape the ‘costas’ and you’ll discover a historic land with great Moorish cities such as Seville, Granada and Cordoba. And no matter where you visit in this fascinating region you’ll never be far away from a fiesta.

 
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Asturias

Asturias is possibly the most beautiful of all of Spain’s 17 autonomous communities. It lies on the north coast of Spain with Galicia to the west and Cantabria to the east. It is blessed with a rugged coastline along the Bay of Biscay where there are many beautiful beaches. Its interior is even more spectacular thanks to the stunning Picos de Europa mountains. The price to pay for the lush, green landscape is high annual rainfall figures but if you enjoy touring areas of natural beauty and aren’t too concerned about the weather then you simply have to visit.

 
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Balearic Islands

Whilst the Balearic Islands of Majorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera are well established on the tourism map they don’t get the praise they deserve for their natural beauty. There are some great holiday resorts in the Balearics but the islands have so much more to offer beyond their tourist developments. Rent a car and head a few kilometres inland and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at some of the local villages you’ll discover.

 
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Basque County

The Basque Country is different. Located on the Bay of Biscay and bordering France this fiercely independent region is has so much to offer the visitor. The cities of Bilbao and San Sebastian are fabulous places to spend a few days whilst the interior presents a beautiful, almost Alpine, landscape

 
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Cantabria

The cave paintings at Altamira confirm that people were living in modern day Cantabria 15,000 years ago. The region is centred on the lovely city of Santander where many ferries arrive from the UK. Located on the Bay of Biscay this small region is home to many lovely villages both along its coast and inland.

 
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Castilla y Léon

Historic Castilla y León is the largest of Spain’s autonomous communities with borders to ten of the other regions as well as to Portugal. The Roman city of Segovia is one of its many highlights along with the university city of Salamanca. It is home to some of the country’s finest Cathedrals in Segovia, Burgos and León and is the birthplace of Saint Teresa de Avila.

 
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Catalonia

Catalonia is best known for its amazing capital city, Barcelona, which is home to the stunning architecture of Antoni Gaudí and one of the world’s greatest football teams in FC Barcelona. But there’s a lot more to Catalonia than its capital. Tarragona and Girona are two historic cities that are well worth visiting whilst the coast of the Costa Brava offers many beauty spots. The Catalan Pyrenees are an area of outstanding beauty for nature lovers.

 
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Extramadura

Extremadura borders Portugal in the west of Spain. It is probably the country’s best kept secret as far as tourism is concerned. The Roman city of Merida is one of the region’s highlights along with the Moorish city of Caceres. The historic towns of Trujillo and Guadalupe together with the national park of Monfrague are just a few more attractions that this fascinating ‘comunidad’ has to offer.

 
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Galicia

For the best of Spain’s wonderful seafood head to Galicia, a Celtic land in the very northwest of the country where you’ll receive a warm welcome and discover a beautiful and historic land. Santiago de Compostela is the highlight of the region for most visitors but make sure you head inland to visit the hidden valleys and take a trip along the wild coast to Cabo Finisterre.

 
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La Rioja

There are more than 500 wine bodegas in the region of La Rioja many of which offer guided tours and tastings. If you’re planning on staying in the region head for the lovely town of Haro which is well geared up for wine tourism. Logroño is the only town of any size which has one of the country’s best “tapas’ crawls”. Elsewhere the region is well geared up for rural tourism with some excellent walking opportunities.

 
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Navarra

Pamplona is the only well known destination in the region of Navarra and is a city that’s well worth a visit even when there aren’t bulls running down the street. Elsewhere you can drive around the countless villages that make up this rural land and find out the true meaning of the “Green Spain” that so many visitors come to find. Outdoor activities abound as you head into the mountains of the Navarran Pyrenees.

 
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Valencia

As well as being Spain’s 3rd city, Valencia is also capital of its own ‘comunidad’ which stretches along the Mediterranean coast from Catalonia to Murcia. The newly redeveloped city itself is well worth a visit even if it’s only to see the incredible City of Arts and Sciences. Whilst recent years have seen Americas Cup sailing and Formula One Grand Prix in Valencia, the vast majority of visitors to the region rarely get beyond the popular holiday resorts of the Costa Blanca to the south.

 
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Murcia

The Costa Calida coast of Murcia in southeast Spain attracts many loyal sun worshipers to its shores all year round whilst La Manga maintains its reputation as the region’s flagship tourist destination. There are some world class golf courses in the area and excellent opportunities for scuba diving. Inland, the Parque Natural de Sierra Espuña is growing in popularity for walking holidays.

 
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Madrid

As well as being the capital of Spain, Madrid is also one of the nation’s autonomous regions. The beautiful Sierra de Guadarrama mountains with its many secluded villages take up much of the northern part of the region. The main destinations of interest to visitors outside the capital include El Escorial, Alcala de Henares and Aranjuez.

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Paella Valenciana
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Saffron rice stew made with chicken, mussels, cockie clams, calamari and shrimp cooked in a lobster and shrimp broth

Paella de Mariscos
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Saffron rice stew, made with mussels, cockie clams, calamari and shrimp, in a lobster and shrimp broth

Paella de Verduras
35

Saffron rice stew made with seasonal vegetables in a veggie broth

Paella Negra
35

Saffron rice stew, made with calamari, cuttlefish, in a lobster and shrimp broth

Paella de Conejo
40

Rabbit and vegetable paella

Fideuà
15

Catalán stew with angel hair pasta, shrimp, calamari, mussels, cockles on lobster broth

Pintxos

Pinxto de Txistorras
5

Grilled thin homemade chorizo over bread

Tortilla Española
6

Spanish omelette with potatoes, egg, onions and EVOO

Choripan
5

Grilled homemade chorizo patty over bread

Morcipan
5

Grilled homemade blood sausage over bread

Aceitunas
5

Gourmet marinated olives

CHICKEN & MEATS TAPAS

Entraña a la Parrilla
15

Half-pound skirt marinated and grilled with parsley oil

Empanadas de Carne
7

Halal beef turnover

Croquetas de Jamón Ibérico
9

Ibérico ham croquettes

Txistorras de Cerdo al Jerez (Mild or Hot)
11

Homemade pork sausages sautéed in Sherry wine

Pollo al Ajillo
7

Sautéed boneless halal chicken, spanish spices & garlic

Jamón Ibérico
16

Cured Ibérico ham and tomato-garlic bread

Jamón Ibérico y Manchego
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Four grilled bread with fig spread, Manchego cheese and Ibérico ham

Alitas de Pato
12

Duck wings glazed in triple sec, orange and cinnamon sauce

Albondigas de Cordero
10

Lamb meatballs with vegetables sauce

Chuletas de Cordero
15

Two grilled lamb chops with chimichurri and mint yogurt sauces

Solomillo de Ternera a la Pimienta
13

4oz grilled beef tenderloin, black pepper cream sauce on bread

Bistec de Ternera
22

Grilled minute steak, fried potatoes with mojo picón, sautéed baby spinach and garlic

Codorniz en Salsa de Ajo
15

Whole grilled quail finished in garlic & white wine sauce.

SEAFOOD & FISH TAPAS

Croquetas de Cangrejo
10

Crab croquettes with "salsa rosa"

Gambas al Ajillo
10

Shrimp in garlic oil

Gambas al Pil Pil
10

Shrimp in spicy garlic oil

Pulpo a la Parrilla
18

Galician octopus served with patatas aioli & chimichurri

Pulpo a la Gallega
16

Galician octopus with olive oil, paprika and flake salt

Calamares Fritos
16

Fried squid with aioli sauce on the side

Calamares en su Tinta
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Suatéed squid with squid ink

Calamar a la Parrilla
12

Grilled squid with aioli on the side

Mejillones
10

Steamed fresh mussels on a garlic, white wine sauce with crostini

Boquerones
8

White anchovies filets over tomato-garlic bread

Zarzuela de Mariscos
25

A shellfish and seafood stew made with seasonal vegetables, shrimp, mussels, calamari, clams, zesty lobster broth and toasted garlic crostini

Salmón a la Vizcaína
15

Cooked in our traditional Viscaína sauce

vegetable tapas

Bolas de Queso
8

Crispy goat cheese stuffed with quince paste and sugar can honey

Empanadillas de Queso y Alcachofa
8

Herb goat cheese and artichoke turnovers

Croquetas de Verduras
6

Vegetable croquettes served Romesco sauce

Croquetas de Boletos
8

Porcini mushroom croquettes

Pan con Tomate
5

Toasted bread with garlic, olive oil and tomato

Patatas Bravas
7

Crispy potatoes with Brava sauce

Setas al Ajillo
8

Sautéed mushroom in garlic, EVOO and sherry wine

Brie
7

Grilled brie cheese with apple clutney, fresh pear and garlic crostini

Espinaca a la Catalana
9

Sautéed baby spinach with olive oil, garlic, raisins, pine nuts

Timbales
8

Stock of roasted eggplant, succhini, tomato, spinach red pepper and goat cheese

Pisto Manchego
7

Grilled ratatouille with roasted zucchini, green pepper, eggplant, tomato and garlic crostini

Queso Manchego
9

Sliced Manchego cheese served with olives and EVOO

Piquillos con Cabrales
10

Two roasted piquillo peppers stuffed with blue cheese & vegetables

Pimientos del Padrón
9

Fried shishito peppers, EVOO and flake salt

Ensalada de Remolacha