The Town Hall together with the Guía Play magazine has organised a gastronomic route (tapa route) entitled, Delicias de la Tierra for later this month.
The Councillor for Tourism, Alicia Crespo, said, “there’s a demand and we have the solution, which is why we are backing this gastro-tourism initiative,” adding that in June they had organised an event to promote products from the sea and now it was time to do one dedicated to land products; i.e. agriculture.
The event will take place between the 24th and 28th of this month with 14 establishments taking part, each one with special dishes for the occasion. Pricing is two euros for a drink and tapa.
Those that wish to participate in the tapa route can pick up their evaluation cards (which contain all the establishments event tapas) from the Tourist Information Office near the park.
“On this occasion there will not be a panel of judges because it will be the participants themselves who vote on the number one tapa. Participants will have had to visited at least five establishments to be included in a raffle with several prizes.
Magazine editor, Andrés Montes, says that all 14 hostelry establishments enjoy a high level of professionalism, amongst them Nota 22, which won the First Tapa Route and other establishments such as Palmeras Café and El Quebracho, amongst others.
There will also be organised tapa-route guides (you just have to put your name down at the tourist office) for those out-of-towners who don’t know where the establishments are.
(News: Motril, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)