Located between the rivers Genil and Guadalquivir, the town of Palma del Río rises as an opportunity to get to know the gastronomy of Cordoba in all its splendor. To know what to eat in Palma del Río, you can start enjoying a classic gazpacho made from its variety of dried beans, a recipe that uses the products of the great Palmeña garden.
Continue tasting the delicacies offered by the area, where the tapas of ham, cheese and cold meats will delight your visit. Walk the streets in search of the most succulent game dishes, since the tradition of the montería is very rooted in this town; the partridge, the rabbit and the stuffed tenderloin are some of the examples you will find in the good table, accompanied by some delicious asparagus or palm hearts.
But not only meat lives in the region, since fishing for the barbel has been a traditional activity in Palma. Put the finishing touch to your culinary experience and do not miss the meringue sweets, the flakes (typical in Easter) or the cream sticks, without forgetting the most famous protagonist of the town: the orange, alone or as an ingredient in multitude of recipes.