Pensión San José
Typical Bullas dishes reflect the geographical, climatic and cultural features of the area. There is a huge variety of traditional dishes, among them “ajoharina” (potatoes in garlic sauce), “empedrao” (rice with beans, sweet peppers and cod), rice with rabbit, fried breadcrumbs and “patatas en llanda” (roast potatoes).
Among the aperitifs and salads you must try “rin ran”, “minchirones” and “pimpirrana”. And among the desserts, “torrijas de Bullas” (French toast), unique of its kind.
Since ancient times, the lands of Bullas have been given over to wine growing, as we can see from the sculpture of the Child with Grapes in the Roman villa at Los Cantos and the abundant documentation that has come down to us. In the town centre alone you can still find the buildings or traces of over 200 traditional wineries, most built in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
The Bullas Wine Route lets you explore the wealth of its culture, with wine as the main influence on the area’s environment, heritage and personality, encouraging respect for its historic values and helping consolidate a model of sustainable development in the area.