Thanks to the role of its fishing port, one of the most important fresh catch in Spain, Isla Cristina has a cuisine strongly based on fish and shellfish. White prawns, prawns, crayfish, cuttlefish, mackerel, sole, tuna and many other marine species are the basic essence of all that you have to eat in Isla Cristina. Here, the recipes of yesteryear share fireplaces with modern culinary techniques to give shape to a tasty cuisine with a strong traditional essence.
At the time of eating in Isla Cristina, homemade stews and stews are common, made with local root products, among which the fish has a place of honor. The products of the orchard, as well as some meats and various kinds of sausages from the mountains, are also very well valued in a town that can boast a cuisine of remarkable quality endorsed by an excellent product and a very well valued hotel offer.
As for the desserts, it is possible to find specialties while eating in Isla Cristina such as coca, with clear Catalan inspiration, or other traditional examples of Huelva and Andalusian desserts.