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Every town and village has a weekly market.You can buy clothes and pottery and food and drink and many other items so they are well worth going to.They start early in the morning and last til around lunch time. If you want to get all the bargains and best items you are best going early.You can go early and eat your breakfast there as there will probably be one stand selling coffee and snacks etc. Most of the food will be locally grown and you will see farmers with woven baskets.I recomend buying things that are expensive back home. Fruits etc.
Buy some local things like cheeses and honey,olives,dried peppers and tomatoes and hams.When you want to buy some cheese you can taste it before buying it.There are also second hand markets which are popular on the Costas.Do buy fresh fish from local fresh fish market normally held once a week on docks or local square.Spain has great tasty local fish.
Top-quality Spanish mountain ham, or jamón Serrano, is considered a treat by food-lovers all over the world, and when the holiday season begins, sales rocket. Visit your local hypermarket and you will probably see so many hams that you will wonder who is going to buy them all. While we will probably sneak into the kitchen during the holidays for a piece of cheese or nibble chocolates, most Spaniards would probably rather go and carve a few pieces of ham.
Cava was made for the first time in 1872 by Josep Raventos in the town of Sant Sadurni d'Anoia, in the valley of the River Anoia, in the province of Barcelona, in the autonomia of Catalunya. Some 95 per cent of all Cava wine comes from Catalunya, and some 75 per cent of that is made in and around the town of Sant Sadurni. However, because Cava also comes from elsewhere, we are forbidden to use the geographical name. Hence there is no de origen; just for Cava.
It was Champagne that gave the world its thirst for bubbles, and the world has never been able to get enough since. Catalunya, however, has an independent spirit and prefers to fulfil its own needs rather than import them even from the rest of Spain. Thus, once the bars and cafés of the major cities (especially Barcelona) began to ring with the sound of popping corks, the winemakers of Barcelona province turned their minds to the matter of sparkling wine.
 
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