Almeria to compete for Spanish Gastronomical capital


ALMERIA City has officially presented its candidacy for the Spanish Gastronomical capital in 2019.

The bid was officially presented at the International Tourism Fair (FITUR) in Madrid on Wednesday.

Mayor, Ramon Fernandez-Pacheco was accompanied by a number of well-known names from the restaurant industry, including two Michelin star Chef Yolanda Garcia of Restaurante Alejandro, La Costa’s Jose Alvarez and Ashal President Diego Garcia, among many others.

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