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Route of the Asturian Country Flavours

Despite its industrial and mining traditions, Asturias has maintained its traditional ancestral agricultural and dairy traditions.

Visiting the villages of Asturias is the perfect chance to discover their rich ethnographic heritage and marvel at the spectacular scenery, but also to immerse yourself in a still-living past culture and to discover the methods of producing and refining foodstuffs of exceptional character. The quality and character of many of the products has been recognised by the European Union, such as the Protected Geographical Indicaion (PGI) for Asturian Beef and Chosco de Tineo, a smoked preserved sausage made from pork, or the Protected Denomination of Origin (PDO) for the Asturian White Bean (“faba de Asturias”). Other products are guaranteed by Organic Certification (COPAE) or are simply distinguishable because they come from indigenous races, the gochu asturcelta (Celtic-Asturian Pig), pita pinta and oveya xalda.

Following this Route one can learn to discover the indigenous varieties of Asturias, travel back in time to get to discover a centuries old past still alive today and get to taste unique local products.

The Route offers visits to arable and dairy farms and to companies involved in the production of meat or other agricultural products. One can try unforgettable experiences like feeding farm animals, take part in the jobs involved in the care of a vegetable garden, visit a factory for smoking preserved meat products… and much more. And of course, try different local products and traditional dishes.

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Love on a Bicycle

Are you and the love of your life in need of some time together, sharing great experiences? ‘Love on a bicycle’ is a romantic mini-break in one of the most cultural and scenic parts of Denmark. Stay at the beautiful seaside hotels, hostels and Bed & Breakfasts, where you are gently woken by the sea air, and cycle to the local farm shops producing everything from grapes in bottles to chocolates in boxes. In Royal North Zealand, you have the peace and quiet you need to rediscover one another, and as the many experiences are linked by short bike rides, we guarantee romance, rosy cheeks, and big smiles!

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Wine Growing Region of the Vipava Valley

In addition to the well-known wine grape varieties which grow in the Primorska region, in the Vipava Valley you can also find several indigenous grapes – the harmonious and refreshing Pinela with a delicate bouquet; the wonderfully rich, slightly acidic Klarnica from the sun-drenched vineyards, and Zelén, the sun-kissed ‘king of the Vipava Valley wines’, which local winemakers always offer towards the end of wine tastings as it is indeed a very special wine.