Fuengirola to celebrate the popular ‘La Cazuela de la Abuela’ on the Costa del Sol

Ninth edition of hugely popular celebration: Fun way to taste local gastronomy. Credit: EWN

FUENGIROLA will again host the massively popular, gastronomic route ‘La Cazuela de la Abuela’, in which different establishments in the town offer traditional recipes with a drink at a price of €2.50. The event will take place from March 6 to 22 with the participation of 55 establishments.

The cazuelas (casseroles) are the hallmark of this initiative whose objective is to promote the excellent and varied offer of Fuengirola’s restaurants, attract visitors to the town and break the tourist seasonality.

As is also traditional, residents and visitors who want to participate in the prize draw must collect five different stamps of establishments and put them in the special passports that will be distributed throughout the city. 40,000 copies will be made available to the public, which is available at the Oficina de Turismo in the Town Hall and in the participating restaurants. Participants who hand in the correctly filled passport (5 different stamps, best casserole, name and phone number) will receive a small souvenir gift, while supplies last.

In addition, those interested can enter a raffle with prizes such as a SmartTV, hotel stays, tablets, and meals in different establishments in the city, among others.  The three most voted establishments will receive an award and the business whose dish is chosen as the best by the public vote will also be announced on Fuengirola Television.


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