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Asturias is a region in what is known as “Green Spain,” an area in the northern part of the country along the Cantabrian Sea. In recent years, it has become one of the main gastronomic destinations for tourists visiting Spain. Let’s feast on some of the jewels of its pantry together.
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Spain has a nearly unequaled variety of quality cheeses, principally due to one main reason: few countries boast the production of so many cheeses made with cow’s, goat’s, ewe’s and mixed milks, as well as blue, cured, semi-cured and fresh cheeses. Now, the city of Madrid has welcomed Qava, the...
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Sunny skies, sparkling blue water, and gorgeous sandy beaches; what more could you ask for when enjoying a visit to the Spanish Mediterranean coast? Excellent tapas served up in authentic settings?
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Wine therapy, wine spas and special wine-pairing menus are just a few of the luxuries that visitors to these Spanish "winery hotels" can delight in during their stays – as well as matchless architecture surrounded by picturesque vineyards. 
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New generations of entrepreneurs are making olive oil cultivation in Jaén, Andalusia, an attractive reality, and have set out to take the maximum advantage of their heritage and the richness of their different olive varieties, of which Picual is of course is the star.
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