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Granada Tapas Tours

A Taste of Granada

A Taste of Granada is a foodie experience through the historic quarter.

Join your Local Food Sherpa and discover zero mile produce, family-run businesses and delicious Granada dishes. With a mix of local independent shops, award winning foods and even a professional ham cutter. This experience shares insider knowledge about Granada just like a local.

The tour is available everyday at 11am or 6pm (not Sundays or Local holidays) The route includes 7 different stops along the way. Food and drinks are all included. Group sizes are small, between 2 – 8 guests. The tour can also be done privately if you prefer. Spain Food Sherpas are happy to handle special requests and food allergies adapting the dishes to your requirements (kosher, halal, vegetarian etc)

The Taste of Granada Route by Spain Food Sherpas is perfect for those who are staying in apartments. Book on your first day and get tips on where to buy the best cheese, wine, ham or whatever else you may want to try while you are in Granada.

Granada province has a unique geography, growing mangoes and avocadoes on the Costa Tropical. The region also has the Sierra Nevada mountain range which includes the Mulhacen. The highest point on the Iberian peninsula with an altitude of 3482m. With all these different altitudes and microclimates Granada province can grow most crops.

Try High altitude wines from the North of Granada or the World Best Olive OIl (from the nearby Subbetica Cordobesa) Another thing we taste is the Alpujarra Cured ham and an award winning goats cheese.

Vegetables such as Broad Beans,courgettes and asparagus are grown just a few miles out of the city on the plains of Granada. During the tour we taste a local dish made following a typical Granada recipe inside a traditional restaurant at the heart of the city.

This foodie experience is not only tapas, it is the culinary story of Granada. To end the route we try the local specialty a sweet cake created for the Pope´s visit in 1897, which is still popular today. Your Food sherpa will also share some urban myths about Spanish food with you during the route.

Spain Food Sherpas arrived in Granada to share the secrets behind local cuisine.

Did you know that Granada has 15 wineries in the province registered under the Demoninacion de Origen?

Find out more yourself when you experience: A Taste of Granada Food Tour To whet your appetite, enjoy our You Tube channel

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