The Gastronomy route by land “abulenses”

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Spain is famous for its cuisine among other things, but now the point of touching the food that is very important for the tourist, because the first thing you think is the hotel to travel and where to eat, because most of the route and times We determined the travel guide and that is where the recommendations to cut travel Villa de Ayora.

Well there beginning the path between one of the gastronomic cities in Spain.
Route from the start until his arrival at Avila Arenas De San Pedro.
The crossing points; Cebreros, Navas del Marqués, and Piedralaves.
Notably, it is advisable to travel in any season, ie the whole year.

Features travel and culinary arts. Traveling the road in motor vehicles is recommended.

General information:
The route that we will undertake to carry travelers to enjoy one of the greatest pleasures of the province of Avila: its cuisine. The towns of Las Navas del Marqués, Cebreros, Piedralavés Arenas de San Pedro and we will demonstrate.

In the province of Avila, from the Community of Castilla y Leon, there are numerous attractions, but one that undoubtedly will make us leave this earth with a nice souvenir: it is its gastronomy. In the province of Avila traditional flavors of centuries are preserved almost intact, which is due to the authenticity of the ingredients and quality. Delicious tapas at Las Navas del Marqués, the exquisite wine Cebreros, beef from the grill Piedralavés, with crumbs of torresmo Arenas de San Pedro buds or the famous Santa Teresa de Ávila, happy they can leave the most gourmet palate demanding.

Avila is also a province that will draw the attention of visitors so rooted in tradition, traditions that span many different facets, the craft is one of them, not in vain, and pottery workshops that cover all province is responsible for everything to be prepared as before: embroidery, pottery, ironwork, leather … Certainly, popular art is present in each of the villas in the province.

All this without mentioning that flood Ávila holidays, celebrations that tend to focus on two themes: The religious and the profane, which is good proof carnival, held in villages as well to Cebreros, Piedralaves, naval or Arévalo. But if there is a festival held in Ávila this is Holy Week, of which the most famous is the capital of Avila.

Tapas in Las Navas del Marqués.
Located in a small valley completely surrounded by mountains is Las Navas del Marqués, a mountain village typical of Avila. This town, one of the most tourists Ávila, currently holds the homes were built last century by the tourists who visit year after year. A good example is the beautiful Duke City, which is in the same municipality.

Las Navas del Marques, out as a town and major tourist stable since the last century thanks to the train. Precisely, one of the main attractions of this town are the magnificent homes that for years were lifted by tourists who settled here and now are a set of beautiful houses, some of them good example of architecture The first half-century left in Avila. Architecture becomes monumental when we admire the castle and the convent chairing the villa and the Dominican convent of San Pablo was founded in 1547 and today it is only preserved foot of the walls of the church and the vaults of his head. As Castle Magali, its name and its construction should be the first Marquis of Villa, and Pedro Davila Zúñiga. Was built in the eleventh century, although its current appearance is due to a reshuffle that was in the sixteenth century. Their new walls with crenellated towers, a major tribute to the tower and elegant Renaissance courtyard, well worth a visit detained.

Nor must we fail to see its population in this parish church of the sixteenth century, the chapel of Christ and the call Duke City, organized by the Union built luxury Resinera in a huge pine forest, where a surprise about iron tower watchtower molten built by Eiffel, and a small lake that makes the area an idyllic spot.

Speaking of food, Las Navas del Marqués is a good example of the most typical of Avila. In this town, the traveler can make a break to enjoy the famous chuletón of Avila, with a good wine, or if you prefer to go for tapas, a widespread practice throughout the province.

So you can taste the delicious typical torresmo province, marinated pork, the sausage of the earth and endless varieties of succulent cooked more traditional style!

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