The Priorat county celebrates its annual Wine Fair usually during the first weekend of May. It is dedicated to the two wine appellations of the county, the DOC Priorat and the DO Montsant. The wineries involved offer tastings of their wines in exchange for tasting tickets which can be purchased at the fair in the information tent.

This festival celebrates its 25th edition. “Lo Mas de la Cuixota” shows how the peasant farmers sowed the rice fields.


During the second fortnight in July, Tortosa celebrates the Renaissance Festival.The Festival commemorates the splendour of the city in the 16th century, a peak time in the history of Tortosa, by offering a wide programme of entertainment and cultural activities. 

Hazelnut Fair Events

In Baix Camp, in the village of Riudoms, the Hazelnut Fair has been celebrated during the second weekend of August for 400 years already.  Nowadays, the fair offers expositions of nuts and their derivatives, all of them used in the local gastronomy.

The Rice Sowing Festival remembers how the works of the rice (sowing and harvest) were done at the beginning of last century.

One Sunday in the month of May, visitors come to the town to celebrate the Delta Oyster Day, an occasion that has become one of the Ebro region's main culinary events. Throughout the day, the public attending the festival at the fishing port of L'Ampolla consumes 2,500 kilos of Delta oysters. accompanied, if they wish, by a glass of cava.

Cava Fair Events

Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, the world’s leading cava producing town, brings together the top cava producers every year at Cavatast.

Cavatast has tasting areas where you can enjoy sampling a variety of cavas and try the flavours of the food on offer, too. Cavatast also has a store set up in a central shopping area to make it easy for visitors to purchase the many cavas on display, as well as a busy schedule of related activities and specialised workshops led by wine professionals.

Barcelona has a unique market network in Europe: 39 food markets and 4 non food. Markets are cathedrals of local gastronomy, introduce the visitor to the world of fresh product and open the door to the culinary culture of the city. This route also allows people to discover iconic buildings as La Boqueria or els Encants Barcelona, and the ones which are part of the route of Modernism.

The “Eat Street Barcelona” is a festival of international street food for tasty and quality street eats in Barcelona. All kinds of food are on offer, from Mexican to Japanese, for carnivores and vegeratians..

Girella Fair Events

Girella Fair is an exhibition of traditional crafts and trades of the local region, where visitors are invited to get to know how the typical “girella” dish (cured lamb sausage) is prepared and, of couse, they can taste it at the Plaça Mercadal square!