Andalusia embodies the classic image of Spain to the fullest, from the flamenco dancing and bullfighting to the hectic nightlife and ancient architecture. Andalusia also boasts many delicious foods, offering us a chance to stimulate our palates and the best is that the major protagonist of the andalusian cuisine is seafood. With five coastal provinces, the consumption of fish and shellfish is rather high: white shrimp from the Bay of Cádiz, prawns, murex, anchovies, baby squid, cuttlefish, “bocas de la Isla”, a dish found in San Fernando that uses a local crab that can regenerate its claw, flounder, smelts. Much […]
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