Known worldwide for its exceptional surfing conditions, Mundaka has much more to offer than just sports. As a coastal Basque town, its cuisine is based primarily on seafood obtained directly from the nearby waters. So when it comes time to eat in Mundaka, it’s easy to find quality fish such as hake, turbot, sea bream, and tuna, the latter of which is used to make marmitako, one of the region’s most popular stews.
When it comes to meat, the town makes some outstanding traditional embutidos and veal, which is grilled in the form of a large steak, fillet, or sirloin. Vegetables also have an important place on Mundaka’s tables, especially tomatoes and Guernica peppers. Take in the town’s charm while trying a glass of Txakoli de Vizcaya, a white wine so renowned that it has its own holiday in Mundaka. A visit to the Fiesta de las Magdalenas is the perfect opportunity to discover all that there is to eat in Mundaka, a town that is also home to some incomparable natural attractions.