Andalusia, in southern Spain, is a region of great tourist attraction thanks to its warm climate, its interesting history and of course, its rich cuisine. One of the most practical ways of enjoying different dishes from each place is stopping at one of the many tapas bars scattered throughout Andalusia.
Every year millions of tourists from every corner of the globe visit the most representative cities of Andalusia. Attracted by a well deserved reputation, they run kilometres of winding streets walking under a bright, hot sun. Of course such an effort deserves to be rewarded with a refreshing drink and a snack to continue enjoying the visit.
One of the sites where the concept of "tapas" has become more famous is La Chana in Granada where in any bar, for the price of a drink you can also choose a “tapa”. The tapas menu is indeed a typical characteristic of this type of establishments that will surely surprise you by the generosity of the portions. Among other dishes we invite you to try the dish of beans with ham or fried potatoes.
Following our particular route of tapas, we get to Cordoba, where we can enjoy the typical Flamenquines or a refreshing Salmorejo. In Cordoba you can also enjoy a glass of fine wine with the certificate of origin "Montilla Moriles" a true delight for the palate.
After several hours visiting monuments in Seville, few people can resist the urge to relieve the heat with a cold beer. In Seville it is also common to have Gazpacho or "Papas aliñás" consisting of boiled potatoes seasoned with various sauces and spices. We can also enjoy one of the most typical snacks: "Serranito" which was born in Seville and has been exported to the rest of Spain.
But we can not talk about the art of tapas in Andalusia without speaking of Malaga, one of the provinces that attracts most tourists each year. It has managed to enhance the essence of the Andalusian coast, based in the Mediterranean diet and taking as raw material everything that the sea offers.
So in Malaga you can enjoy the famous grilled sardines, anchovies in vinegar, "fried fish" and endless tapas with almost everything moving in the sea.
It is obviously impossible to summarize in a few words all the gastronomic offer accumulated after centuries of Arab and Christian influence. In every city you can find a crowded terrace where people take refuge in the hottest hours. We simply invite you to enjoy the typical tapas bar. Enjoy your meal!