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San Fulgencio presents the eighth edition of its Tapas Route focused on international gastronomy


  • The activity will take place from 27 to 29 October with nine participating establishments and a price of 3 euros for a tapa and drink

The municipality of San Fulgencio has already prepared what will be the eighth edition of its Tapas Route. The gastronomic event will take place from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 of October in nine bars, restaurants and breweries in the town. The participating establishments will serve a tapa and a drink for a price of 3 euros. The Councillor for Tourism, Paulino Herrero, accompanied by the Councillor for Communications, Laura Bernabé, has announced the details of the activity and pointed out that “the main novelty this year is that the theme will focus on international cuisine, with a representation of the different cultures and cuisines of different countries among the participating bars”.

The establishments are located both in the town centre and in the urbanisation area: Sami’s Plaza, Sami’s Piscina, Café Bar Sami’s, Chester Rock & Grill, Twilight Bar, Café bar Zaksia, Bar Enaybe, Fiestas Belga and Em’s Dreams. In this regard, the mayor has indicated that the City Council “will have a free bus service for those days to connect both areas of the municipality, so that those who want to enjoy the route do not have to worry about taking the car, from Friday afternoon to Sunday, from 12:00pm to 7:00pm and from 8:00pm to 12:00am”.

Herrero pointed out that “this is one of the main events and one of the most eagerly awaited throughout the year, with a high level of participation from both locals and many visitors, who take the opportunity to visit our town during these days”. For her part, the Councillor for Communication, Laura Bernabé, explained that those who wish to participate can collect their ‘tapaporte’ from this very moment in the establishments that make up the route to qualify for a draw for a 100 euro voucher and two 50 euro vouchers, to be exchanged in the participating bars and restaurants. Bernabé also recalled that the tapaportes must have the stamps of at least five different establishments to enter the draw, “and have to be deposited in the ballot boxes of the bars and restaurants part of the activity until 29 October, before the end of the route, indicating the tapa that they believe deserves to win this year and with all the details filled in”.

The activity is supported by Turisme Comunitat Valenciana, the Provincial Tourism Board of Alicante, and the brand ‘Territorio Vega Baja del Segura, tu tierra y la mía’, within the framework of the Tourism Dynamisation and Governance Plan of the Vega Baja developed by Convega.

Download your Tapaporte HERE.