viernes, junio 5, 2020

VI Tapa Route ‘El Puig, tot en un mos’

The most tasty and imaginative Tapa Route with elaborate and curious tapas accompanied by interesting tourist routes.

Tosta burgalesa with the aroma of rosemary, a mouthful of bread bao with strips of pork marinated with cucumber, coriander and strips of peanut; And mini-burgers of bull fighting meat with quail egg and spicy to taste. These are some of the tapas that can be tasted in the VI Route of the Tapa that is celebrated from the 2nd to the 25th of June in the Puig of Santa Maria.

The sixth edition of the tapa route proposes a cultural and gastronomic journey in which diners will be able to savor the different tasty and imaginative proposals that the local participants have prepared for the occasion.
As usual, 3 gastronomic menus will be raffled in the best rated restaurants among those who put their vote in the different ballot boxes that have been placed on the premises. In this way, both the quality of the tapa and the participation of the neighbors and visitors are rewarded.

This year, the quality of the tapas and the imagination deployed in its elaboration make it foreseeable that the competition will be very close.

To award the prizes, we count on the collaboration of the Federation of Hospitality Industry, which will evaluate the most innovative and healthy tapas. As for the prize for the most popular tapa, will be collected the votes of the public at the polls that will be in each establishment.
A passport has been issued and will be stamped in each establishment, so that the customer who has more than 6 stamps can obtain a gift in Tourist Info.
The character that distinguishes the route of the Tapa del Puig from other similar proposals is that, apart from the quality of the dishes that are proposed, tourists can take advantage of the day to enjoy one of the 5 guided tours offered or go through some of the five assets of cultural interest that houses the municipality. Interesting visits such as “La Huella de Jaume I in El Puig”, “Knights and Princesses”, “Refuges and Trincheras”, “Cartuja de Ara Christi” or the new “Jaume I theatrical route in Puig” which gives greater visibility to the female characters and is accessible to people with sensory disabilities.
As a novelty, in this sixth edition there will be workshops for children in the Museum of Printing where they can learn how to work in a printing workshop.