Famous for its Descenso del Sella in summer, this locality offers a great deal of delicious recipes. You’ll find a wide variety of sea and land products to eat in Ribadesella. Its cuisine stands out due to its fabes with clams, lobster, seafood and even wild pig. But, undoubtly, the main protagonist is the pantrucu. This peculiar dish is prepared after the matanza and it is only made of pig. You can eat it with cheese, apple jam or with sugar.
Walk its streets following the Sidra route and learn how to serve it in the local taberns (Chigres). Try its excellent fish and end up in Collera, a small town nearby Ribadesella where to taste the Sidra Aguardiente, a very strong liquor that is prepared in their own centenary cellar and which quality has been recognised by the EU.