What is the Spain you see when you close your eyes? Arches and crescents, corridors and steeples, a land of everlasting sun and sand?
It exists, to be sure, in puzzle pieces scattered across the Iberian Peninsula. But that is not the Spain you are about to be introduced to.
When Eat Northern Spain local guides close their eyes they see a land of arresting beauty, of snaking rivers pink with running salmon, mountain lakes like water bowls for wild horses, towering peaks that tumble into the ocean.
Eat Northern Spain was born in Northern Spain, where food is life.
Food is their way to translate local culture, and they’ve welcomed new friends and familiar faces to share it with them since they were founded in in 2009. They strive to bring an unforgettable experience to visitors who want to immerse themselves in local food culture during their culinary holidays.
Your first taste of txakoli, the sight of a bar filled with tapas, the smell of fresh olive oil being pressed, the feel of thinly sliced jamón ibérico between your fingers... your senses are sharper at the source. They believe travel should be unique and personal, but most of all, it should be authentic.
Explore a culture through its food and drink, its producers and chefs and the love and care they put into all their creations.
What makes Eat Northern Spain so special? Well, some people go on holiday simply for sunshine and a sandy beach and are quite happy to eat their usual meal from home every night.
Sunshine and beaches are lovely, but perhaps (and hopefully) you’re more interesting in sampling the local cuisine of the country you’re visiting.
The only problem is: how can you do this when you don’t know the area or speak the language?
The truth is, you could book yourself on a group tour. It will probably be cheaper... but it will almost certainly involve sweaty minibuses full of strangers, long waiting times, visiting places you’re not interested in, substandard food (or not enough food!), and exhaustingly long days.
Eat Northern Spain changes that! They create private, bespoke, escorted holidays tailored to your interests.
Crafted from the finest ingredients (exceptional lodgings, incomparable insider access, stellar food and wine), Eat Northern Spain trips combine foodie experiences with unparalleled cultural immersion in one of Spain's greatest destinations.
They offer a huge portfolio of more than 50 full-day experiences that you can mix and match to build your dream holiday. As well as ready-to-book short breaks built around the most-acclaimed experiences by previous customers.
Camino de Santiago Culinary Tour
There’s the 4-day Camino de Santiago Culinary Tour which is perfect if you’re a foodie with a desire to explore vibrant historic towns and experience the hidden gems which serve up the best tapas and local cuisine you’ll ever eat.
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Tour of the finest vineyards and wine regions
And if you’re a serious wine connoisseur, into stunning forests, countryside, and beaches, or simply like your continental breakfasts to include wine (because it’s never too early for a glass when in Spain!), you’ll want to look at the 5-day Ultimate Tour of the finest vineyards and wine regions.
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When travelling with Eat Northern Spain, everything is taken care of. From all the organisational prep, to the (best) hotels, restaurants and excursions booked for you.
Immerse yourself in true local experiences, with an all-round helpful and friendly guide who can be involved as much or as little as you like.
If you’re interested in eating your way through Northern Spain, get in touch for a menu.