27 Sep Tradition Mediterranean and La Mancha in the kitchen of Villena
Taste the typical dishes of Villena is a pleasure that you should not give up on your trip to this Avexperience destination. In its gastronomy, a mixture of the Mediterranean and La Mancha traditions, the gazpacho of La Mancha, rice and pata, or wheat “picao”, but also the zarangollo, the sausages, the balls of stuffing, or the simple and delicious “gachamiga” .
The bakery also has a prominent place in the gastronomy of Villena: sequels, rolls of wine or almonds, are accompanied by liquors such as cantueso, herbero, anisete or native Katakí.
In addition, Villena has the largest number of wineries in the province, with wines based on grape varieties such as the native Monastrell, in addition to Fondillón, the most famous Alicante wine in history, which allowed this destination to be included in the Route of the Wine of Alicante. In fact, if you like enotourism is a growing sector in the Area and around.