The Spanish Kitchen

The Spanish Kitchen is also known as the "Mediterranean Kitchen". It consists of a wide variety of traditional dishes and drinks from all over the country. For example, seafood is a very common feature around the coastal towns in Spain, while it is slightly more common with ham and sausages torwards mainland. Spanish cuisine often contains a lot of fresh herbs, peppers, onions and garlic.
Olives and olive oil are also very common in Spain, which is a inheritage from the Greeks.
Spain is the third largest wine producer in the world and the most common traditional drinks are red and white wine, sangria and cava - which is originated from Spain. There are also many popular spanish beer brands.
In Barceloneta you can choose from dozens of restaurants serving everything from tasty paella, fresh fish and seafood to meat restaurants serving large platters with Iberico ham and other amazing meats.