The new Río Grande restaurant and Events venue is born on the banks of the Guadalquivir river looking at the Torre del Oro, in a historic enclave of Seville, Spain, with a gastronomic concept based on quality Andalusian products and coals for the grilling.
Bodegas Tradición is the unique Jerez bodega to only bottle consistently genre-defining, very fully aged wines capable of pleasurably filling the senses. The wines receive no caramel, cooked-wine, fining, chill-filtration, cold stabilization, sulphites in the dry wines during maturation and bottling, nor blending between styles (Tradicion Cream excepted)...
In other words, the real thing, as it is backed up by many of the world's major wine critics. And like all the great wines, they are as splendid alone as they are with the right dishes, with food pairing potential way beyond a midwinter aperitif. The most important thing is to use ample glasses, such as Burgundy or Montrachet pattern, and enjoy.
The province of Cadiz is an exceptional and unique area, whose qualities will delight those people seeking tourism that reflects true cultural, festive and ecological values, together with the authentic and essentially Andalusian customs and monuments.
Art and Culture
Many cultures have left their mark throughout Cadiz 's long history. Examples of this are the "Tajo de las Figuras" cave paintings in Benalup; two Phoenician sarcophagus es currently in Cadiz 's Museum; the Roman remains of "Baelo Claudia" at Tarifa, and the "Carteia" at San Roque.
The province has over 30 castles and fortresses, many of which are in a good state of repair.
Cap Vermell Grand Hotel is a luxury retreat that reflects the style of a traditional Mallorquin hilltop village with references of local art and cultural heritage. Situated in a tranquil valley surrounded by natural beauty, the resort offers a place of escapism and promises to create unique and mindful experiences for all guests.