In the Bay of Cádiz, on the bank and mouth of the Guadalete River, is this wonderful municipality. When eating at El Puerto de Santa María, the culinary offer is varied and rich, based mainly on products from its bay. You can start tasting one of the many tapas that you will find in the bars of the area, featuring cold meats, fish and meat. There are many traditional dishes for eating in El Puerto de Santa María where fish will always be present; some of them are the caldillo de perro (seafood soup), the stripe with fried bread and the sole or mackerel with noodles.
You can also enjoy these delicacies in their fried version, known as pescaítos fritos, ideal to taste the well rooted gastronomy of Cádiz. As a good port town you can try many fresh seafood cooked in different ways in restaurants in the area: grilled, cooked or raw are exquisite. They emphasize, among others, prawns, lobster, mussels, crabs and shrimps. The latter will be the protagonists of the famous shrimp omelette that you will find in practically the entire province.
In this place you will be able to enjoy the flavor of Sherry Vinegar with D.O.P. that occurs in the region. To accompany these culinary delights you can try the different wines in the region such as the Sherry Wine Denomination of Origin, as well as the famous Brandy de Jerez with C.R.D.E. that occurs in the area.