Huelva’s gastronomy is based on a fusion of products that vary from the inland to the coast. Thus, we could say that Huelva’s cuisine is seafood in the south, while in the interior it is oriented to Iberian pork products and mushrooms, and in El Andévalo region to game and lamb.
And that’s right, because in Huelva you can enjoy in one place the most delicious white shrimps or eat the best Iberian ham in the world.
The climate of this province of Andalusia, with its 3200 hours of sunshine a year, makes life in the open air easier and of course, the immense enjoyment of tapas! On a terrace overlooking the sea or in any of its white villages, accompanied by a glass of Condado wine.
Here are two star products from Huelva which, like the rest of the Andalusian provinces, stand out for their delicious gastronomy based upon the quality of its products.
It’s important to note that both of them can be eaten by hand with the pleasure that comes with it.