spain gift ideas

We bring you the ultimate 10 Spain gift ideas. If you love food, traditions, or have an appreciation for the culture there is something in this guide for you.

10 Spain inspired gift ideas

A porron is a very traditional pitcher invented in Spain in the 15th century and is used to serve and drink wine.

People not only use it nowadays for wine. It is also very common to get a smaller version to storage olive oil.

2. Barcelona lovers gift ideas: A great novel based in the city

By far the best of the gifts in this guide. A book is always a good idea… invest in culture!

If you are an avid reader with a liking for Barcelona join the millions of Spaniards that have fallen in love with this novel.

3. For food lovers: A Basque cookbook

From pintxos to more hearty mains and desserts, chef José Pizarro shows you how easy it is to prepare Basque specialities at home.

A feast for the eyes and the belly! The book is also stunning to keep in the coffee table.

One of our favourite ways to invest money… in memories to last a lifetime.

The Royal Palace of Olite, in Navarra is not only an amazingly preserved castle but also a Parador with rooms that will transport you to the past!

You can read all about our stay in the castle in this post or click in the button below to have a look at the hotel in Booking.com. Rooms star at 95€ per night.

Spain’s most famous movie director has a very peculiar way of telling stories. Quintessentially Spanish, there’s no ambivalence with Almodovar, you either love him or hate him.

Nothings says Spain like a mortero. A mortero or mortar is a bowl in which you can crush things such an herbs or spices.

It is traditionally used to make sauces like alioli.

A book that transports you to the XIV century in Spain, where you will be shocked by how life was in Barcelona back then.

Deadly plagues, the Spanish Inquisition and the adventures of Arnau, a boy from poor backgrounds that tried to make a name for himself in the city.

Many of the most popular tapas like gambas al ajillo (Garlic prawns) are best cooked and served in clay pots.

A very easy way of adding a Spanish touch to your dinners.

Many of the most popular tapas like gambas al ajillo (Garlic prawns) are best cooked and served in clay pots.

A very easy way of adding a Spanish touch to your dinners.

A book that teaches children that being different is okay and it is better to be kind and help others feel good about themselves. A much needed message indeed!

The book introduces Anna, a girl who spends her summers in a village in Spain with her grandparents while living in England the rest of the year.

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