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A visit to the village of York, in North Yorkshire, is a must for chocolate lovers. Every year the Chocolate Festival takes place in honour of its namesake; chocolate, one of most iconic gastronomic products in the city with a really long history. In fact, in 1781 the city boasted 8 chocolate confectioners for its 17,000 inhabitants, a fact that says everything about a tradition that is still very much alive today.

During the second weekend of September the Ludlow Spring Food Festival takes place, one of the most important gastronomic events in UK’s calendar. With its special activities for food culture lovers, great atmosphere and exciting attractions it has became a must see for those who want to enjoy a great open-air family day with plenty of great food and drinks. 

At the heart of the stunning Isle of Wright, with a beautiful backdrop of rolling green hills and farmlands, the Garlic Festival offers the perfect occasion to enjoy a summer weekend made up of lots of food and entertainment surprises. It has become a must for those who want to experience a festival that is much more than just garlic.

Abergavenny Fine Food Festival is one of the biggest events on the UK’s food calendar and every September transforms this picturesque town in the south east of Wales to a centre for gastronomy lovers. The town is a mecca for foodies, but there’s so much more to explore and the festival is the perfect excuse to do so.

The Chocolate Festival is an event especially dedicated to chocolate and all the chocoholics! Since 2009, it has grown to become Britain’s biggest chocolate event in London. 
So whether you visit the Festival with friends, family or your partner, you’ll find all the ingredients for a chocolicious day out: a chance to taste, shop, relax and indulge in the yummiest chocolate bars. 

The Chocolate Way is an itinerary that offers the discovery of chocolate from York to Sicily, through Spain, France and Belgium, offering a full chocolate experience thanks to the greatest chocolate museums, the best chocolate boutiques and themed hotels, and thanks to the biggest chocolate festivals. The Chocolate Way also provides professional and scientific formation and develops cooperation projects. You’re very welcome to explore The Chocolate Way’s magic world!

The Chocolate Way is an itinerary that offers the discovery of chocolate from York to Sicily, through Spain, France and Belgium, offering a full chocolate experience thanks to the greatest chocolate museums, the best chocolate boutiques and themed hotels, and thanks to the biggest chocolate festivals. The Chocolate Way also provides professional and scientific formation and develops cooperation projects. You’re very welcome to explore The Chocolate Way’s magic world!

The Chocolate Way is an itinerary that offers the discovery of chocolate from York to Sicily, through Spain, France and Belgium, offering a full chocolate experience thanks to the greatest chocolate museums, the best chocolate boutiques and themed hotels, and thanks to the biggest chocolate festivals. The Chocolate Way also provides professional and scientific formation and develops cooperation projects. You’re very welcome to explore The Chocolate Way’s magic world!

It was 990 A.D. when Archbishop Sigeric wrote down the 79 stages of his journey "de Roma usque ad mare" (from Rome to the sea) during his way back from Rome to the Episcopal seat of Canterbury (Durovernum in Latin), his birthplace.

Manx Loaghtan Products

The Manx Loaghtan is a breed of sheep native to the Isle of Man that descends from those introduced in prehistoric times by either the Celts or the Vikings. Its meat is fine-grained, less fatty and darker than meat from more commercial breeds, and it has a distinct, gamey flavour.