Despite being one of the most visited countries in the world, Spain still keeps plenty of stunning little corners away from the reach of mainstream tourism. Explore this country and its gastronomy as you’ve never done it before and learn why Spanish cuisine is one of the most diverse in the world.

burgos city map for foodies

Burgos city map for foodies

Planning a trip to Burgos? We’ve put together this Burgos city map for foodies to tell you about the best places to eat or shop for local food.

granada city map for foodies

Granada city map for foodies

No place like Granada exemplifies in a better way the cultural crossover that was Spain for centuries. Explore the best foodie places in town with our Granada City Map for Foodies.

zaragoza city map for foodies

Zaragoza city map for foodies

Zaragoza is my hometown. Come with me, explore it like a local and enjoy some of the many wonderful tapas bars and restaurants. Learn what to eat and where to eat it and visit some of the best local markets and food delis.

Barcelona city map for foodies

Get ready for your trip to Barcelona, find out the best places to eat and learn where to buy real local food with our Barcelona map for foodies.

Cambrils. A foodie tour |

Cambrils. A foodie tour.

My grandpa was born in Cambrils in 1905, when the place was still a tiny fishing town. Back then, most villagers would hardly make a living either as fishermen or farmers. A time when nobody from outside the village seemed to have noticed yet about this little paradise.

The fishermen of Cambrils |

The arrival of Cambrils’ fishermen

Every afternoon in Cambrils, a bunch of curious people still gather around the harbour to welcome no more than 20 trawling boats that come back after a day of hard work at the sea.