Langoustine week in Guardamar

Langoustine week in Guardamar del Segura is a yearly tradition.

Langoustine week in Guardamar
Langoustine week in Guardamar

Guardamar del Segura is a city between Torrevieja and Alicante.
It is one of the nicest beach city . Because the splendid dunes are nearby the Mediterranean blue sea.
Next city is Santa Pola.
If you take the N 332 between Guardamar del Segura and Santa Pola. You can see the salt large lakes with the many flamingo’s.

Langoustine week in Guardamar

In the first week of June the city of Guardamar del Segura will host the the anual edition of the ” Nyora and Langoustine Gastronomic week “.

Important, 2019 it is the 15 the edition of the event. It is popular by the lovers of seafood.
This event is a good promotion for the local products of Guardamar del Segura.
In particularly the Nyora what is is sweet dried red pepper an the famous local langoustine of large shrimps.

Several restaurants take part of the event.

The official opening is on a Sunday with a dinner.

During the langoustine week the local restaurants will offer an special tasting menu.
So you are welcome in this bars and restaurants. Chema, Club Nautico, El Bocaito, El Jardin and Le bleu.
These local restaurants are very proud to present the best seafood cuisine to the lovers of good food.
Important, they try a mix of tradition and new cuisine.
So the locals people are welcome. But also the many tourist and visitors from all over Europe.

The Langoustine week in Guardamar del Segura at the Costa Blanca is without doubt a event not to miss.
It is organised by the local tourist department. Of course in collaboration with the restaurants of Guardamar del segura.

If you are interested , you can see the program and of course the different menu on the website of the Guardamar tourist information service.

To end

So , do not miss this local food event.
It is worth to go to Guardamar del Segura.
But you can also make a trip to the Guardamar del Segura whenever you want.
There are many things to discover . Welcome!

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