In San Martín del Catañar you will find an interesting castle and one of the oldest bullrings in Spain. Regarding the food, you will find the best sausages and hams, cured in a way that only the hill climate could allow. So don’t miss the opportunity of eating the fantastic Jamón de Guijuelo (ham) with D.O. in this village.
The empanada “hornazo” is stuffed with chorizo and boiled egg. If you need advice about some of the best food to have in San Martin del Castañar, we would suggest the traditional “meneás” or the calderillo bejarano.
You also should not miss the opportunity of trying a good stake or chuletón of morucha meat, a local type of cow which is really dark and tasty.
Order some of the wines of the zone: Arribes, Sierra de Salamaca and Tierra del Vino de Zamora, all of them with Denomination of Origin.
Finally, try the artisan sweets of the village: the typical perrunillas, maimones cakes and huesillos de Béjar.