Jabugo

Jabugo is a town and municipality located in the province of Huelva, Spain. According to the 2005 census, it has a population of 2,475 inhabitants. The region is known for its signature ham, Jamón ibérico.[1]

Map of Jabugo (Huelva)
Map of Jabugo, Huelva
Jabugo
Flag of Jabugo.

References

  1. ^ Jo Williams, "Huelva Province - Jabugo". Andalucia.com. Retrieved on 2007-11-08.

External links

  • Jabugo - Sistema de Información Multiterritorial de Andalucía. (In Spanish)


Coordinates: 37°55′N 6°44′W / 37.917°N 6.733°W

Andalusian cuisine

Andalusian cuisine is the cuisine of Andalusia, Spain. Notable dishes include gazpacho, fried fish (often called pescaíto frito in the local vernacular), the jamones of Jabugo, Valle de los Pedroches and Trevélez, and the wines of Jerez, particularly sherry.

Denominación de origen

The denominación de origen (Spanish pronunciation: [denominaˈθjon de oˈɾixen]; 'designation of origin') is part of a regulatory classification system used primarily for Spanish wines (similar to the French appellations) but also for other foodstuffs such as cheeses, condiments, honey, and meats, among others. In wines, it parallels the hierarchical systems of France (1935) and Italy (1963), although Rioja (1925) and Jerez (1933) preceded the full system. In foods, it performs a similar role, namely regulation of quality and geographical origin among Spain's finest producers. There are five other designated categories solely for wine and a further three specifically covering food and condiments, all recognised by the European Union (EU). In Catalonia, two further categories – labelled A and Q – cover traditional Catalan artisan food products, but were not recognised by the EU as of 2007. In recent decades, the concept of the denominación de origen has been adopted by other countries, primarily in Latin America.

El Portil and Nuevo Portil

El Portil and Nuevo Portil are two coastal population units separated by one street, known as Laguna Seca street, and managed by two municipalities, in the Province of Huelva, autonomous community of Andalusia, in southern Spain. People differentiates on which side of the street they are using El Portil or Nuevo Portil as if it were the name of districts of the same town. El Portil is managed by the municipality of Punta Umbría whereas Nuevo Portil is managed by the Cartaya municipality. The stable population, in winter, is about 2400 inhabitants about (1122 in Nuevo Portil and 1027 in El Portil) in 2016, while in the Summer season, is around 28.000. Most of them, tourists from the provinces of Huelva, Seville, Badajoz, Madrid and even the Basque Country and Galicia. People from other countries prefer to visit El Portil and Nuevo Portil in Autumn, Winter and Spring seasons, enjoying golf in the Nuevo Portil course or in the nearby ones, more than six.

Located parallel to the end zone of the Flecha de El Rompido, the main economic activity is tourism. El Portil and Nuevo Portil share a beach of 4 km long and 40–60 meters wide as an average. Further inland is the Laguna del Portil lake of great environmental value.

El Portil and Nuevo Portil, since its inception as an Area of Touristic Interest, has always had a considerable number of tourists, mainly Spanish, but also many foreigners. Foreign tourists most seen by these streets come from United Kingdom and France and Italy.

Ham

Ham is pork from a leg cut that has been preserved by wet or dry curing, with or without smoking. As a processed meat, the term "ham" includes both whole cuts of meat and ones that have been mechanically formed.

Ham is made around the world, including a number of regional specialties, such as Westphalian ham and some varieties of Spanish jamón. In addition, numerous ham products have specific geographical naming protection, such as Prosciutto di Parma and Prosciutto Toscano in Europe, and Smithfield ham in the US.

Jamón ibérico

Jamón ibérico (Spanish: [χaˈmon iˈβeɾiko]; Portuguese: presunto ibérico [pɾɨˈzũtu iˈβɛɾiku]), "Iberian ham", is a type of cured ham produced in Spain and Portugal. According to Spain's denominación de origen rules on food products, jamón ibérico may be made from black Iberian pigs, or cross-bred pigs so long as they are at least 50% ibérico.

List of municipalities in Huelva

This is a list of the 79 municipalities in the province of Huelva, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain.

Mariano Pavone

Hugo Mariano Pavone (born 27 May 1982) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays for Defensor Sporting in Uruguay as a striker.

Salchichón

Salchichón is a Spanish summer sausage that is made by smoking, drying, cooking or some combination. It is made with pork, although some recipes use other meats including ox, veal or horse. The meat and fat are chopped in thin bits, seasoned with salt, pepper, nutmeg, oregano, and garlic and then inserted in thick natural pork intestines. Curing can be done for up to three months.

In Puerto Rico salchichón is a smoked summer sausage similar in some ways to Genoa salami. The salami is made of beef liver, heart, tripe and pork fat and meat. It is often seasoned with salt, whole black peppercorns and smoked paprika.

Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche Natural Park

Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche Natural Park (Spanish: Parque natural de Sierra de Aracena y Picos de Aroche) is a protected area in the Sierra de Aracena range, part of the Sierra Morena mountain system, Huelva Province, southwestern Spain.

The natural park spreads across 28 municipalities with a population of 41,000 people. Rivers which run through it include the Odiel and Murtigas.

Wedding of Prince Felipe and Letizia Ortiz

The wedding of Prince Felipe and Letizia Ortiz was held on 22 May 2004 in Almudena Cathedral at Royal Palace of Madrid in Spain. The groom, Prince Felipe, was at that time the heir to the Spanish throne. The bride, Letizia Ortiz, was a journalist. The wedding was presided over by the Archbishop of Madrid, Antonio María Rouco Varela.

The wedding was attended by more than 1200 guests including 36 royal houses and a score of heads of state, as well as the main representatives of the political, economic and social class of Spain.

It was considered a state wedding, the first in Spain for more than 50 years, and it was also the first wedding to be held in the cathedral of Madrid, which had been consecrated in 1993. It was also the first royal wedding held in Madrid for almost a century.

Xisco (footballer, born 1980)

Francisco Javier Muñoz Llompart (born 5 September 1980), known as Xisco, is a Spanish retired footballer who played mainly as a left winger, and is the assistant manager of Georgian club FC Dinamo Tbilisi.

He amassed La Liga totals of 194 matches and 20 goals over nine seasons, mainly in representation of Betis (four years). He also appeared in the competition for Valencia, Tenerife, Recreativo and Levante, winning the 2004 UEFA Cup with the first club.

Starting in 2011, Xisco spent four years in Georgia with Dinamo Tbilisi.

Municipalities in the province of Huelva

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