cookery classes

well our little village is becoming a great place for food – who would have guessed this.  when we bought our house over 12 years ago, there was only a couple of restaurants, plus a few local bars who did tapas;  now there are a variety of high quality restaurants, not only in the village but in the countryside close by.  there are even cookery classes on the local cuisine – how amazing!  Vejer was  listed in the sunday times top 100 trips last week!

listed as one of spain’s tastiest town. it lists restaurant el patria and el castilleria as places to go, as well as staying in Annie B’s boutique hotel, where you can buy local ingredients in the market and learn how to cook the local dishes.

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