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Glass water glass created following the tradition of Mallorca, introducing your favorite colors in each of the pieces.

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Measures:

Wine / Small 6.5 x 10 cm

As it is a handmade product, measurements may vary.

There's something about pretty aprons that makes our hearts happy. It doesn't matter what task we have to perform: baking a cake, transplanting a pot, painting a watercolor, picking a hem or placing flowers in a white clay vase. Everything takes on a different nuance if you first put on a washed linen apron.

Our artisan aprons have a Japanese cut and are not tied, but rather have a wrap-around design and a cross at the back, so they are very easy to put on and take off and adapt to any size. And if you need to store a tool or keep your phone close at hand, they have a small and discreet side pocket. You can not ask for more!

Pieces made exclusively of 100% natural washed linen, with OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certification

  • Measurements: 73 x 65.5 cm

Care:

  • Wash by hand or machine at a temperature below 80º.
  • Iron at high temperature
  • Dry at low temperature
  • Do not use bleach or abrasive products

There's something about pretty aprons that makes our hearts happy. It doesn't matter what task we have to perform: baking a cake, transplanting a pot, painting a watercolor, picking a hem or placing flowers in a white clay vase. Everything takes on a different nuance if you first put on a washed linen apron.

Our artisan aprons have a Japanese cut and are not tied, but rather have a wrap-around design and a cross at the back, so they are very easy to put on and take off and adapt to any size. And if you need to store a tool or keep your phone close at hand, they have a small and discreet side pocket. You can not ask for more!

Pieces made exclusively of 100% natural washed linen, with OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certification

  • Measurements: 101 x 80 cm

Care:

  • Wash by hand or machine at a temperature below 80º.
  • Iron at high temperature
  • Dry at low temperature
  • Do not use bleach or abrasive products

These two blue rimmed ceramic mugs are handmade. And that shows in everything: in how beautiful they are, in their unique and unrepeatable design, in the touch and in the quality. A good gift for breakfast and coffee fans. Or much better, a treat to take home and use daily.

The 2 cups come from Galicia, fresh off the wheel of Nano, our rocker artisan. A scholar in terms of materials and Galician ceramic tradition. Well, and the Rock & Roll that he listens to while making these very special pieces. Do you hear the music?

  • Cup measurements: 8 x 7 cm (10 cm with handle)
  • Being a handmade product, measurements may vary
  • Capacity: 0.20L

This piece is suitable for use in microwaves and dishwashers.

These handmade ceramic bowls are made to the rhythm of Rock & Roll. They come from Galicia, fresh from the lathe of Nano, our rock craftsman. A scholar in terms of materials and Galician ceramic tradition.

With their blue edge finish they are super elegant. Two practical and beautiful pieces of kitchenware. Are they for gifts? Well, we have no doubt that you are going to look like a king.

  • Bowl size: 14 x 7-8 cm
  • Capacity: 0.25L

This piece is suitable for use in microwaves and dishwashers.

Madrid is one of the most vital cities in the world, a captivating place whose energy projects a very simple message: this city knows how to live. With an architectural setting that encompasses endless styles, an inexhaustible nightlife and a gastronomy marked by creativity and passion for traditions, Madrid becomes a unique place where the traveler can immediately feel at home? And with the help of this guide, you will be able to enjoy the city like any other Madrid native.

  • Author: Anthony Ham
  • No. of pages: 160
  • Binding: Softcover
  • Publisher: GEOPLANETA
  • Collection: Lonely Planet Close Guides
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788408200895

Excursions Around Madrid: Avila, Salamanca, Segovia, Toledo.

  • Author: AA.VV
  • No. of pages: 352
  • Binding: Softcover
  • Publisher: GAESA
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788416137435

This book, an illustrated informative guide, introduces and highlights the most important public parks and gardens in Madrid. Distributed throughout all districts and neighborhoods, they make up a powerful green infrastructure that provides the city with numerous benefits.

In its pages, the reader will find general data (extension, address, access, etc.), detailed description of the spaces, historical aspects and curiosities, anecdotes and singularities. In addition to the most emblematic, unique or recognized prestige, it provides

rmation about many other green areas, proximity spaces that are not the usual subject of reviews or publications.

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Throughout these pages circulate, each one in their own Madrid, several characters who inhabited the city at different moments in time and became, in their own way, Madrid residents. The Madrid they knew is intertwined with the current one in a map of translucent layers composed of places that still remain and others that no longer exist. Because Madrid, above all things, is made of the people who came to stay and those who continue to do so every day. A kaleidoscope of history, memories and future, in continuous movement.

  • Author: Paula Lapido
  • No. of pages: 172
  • Publisher: TRASPIES
  • Binding: Softcover
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788412435566

The fascinating world of postcards or cartophilia now has this exceptional book, the work of Martín Carrasco. Author of some of the most recognized studies of the genre and one of the most important cartophiles and collectors in Spain, Martín Carrasco collects, selects and shows in this book the postcards of Madrid from its beginnings, in 1887 to 1905, the Golden Age of the cartophilia.

  • Author: Martin Carrasco Marques
  • No. of pages: 240
  • Publisher: LA LIBRERIA
  • Binding: Softcover
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788498732221

Their motto is "polite dogs welcome."

Because there is no better memory than a trip with your best friend. But where do we start? This book offers tips for traveling with a dog and guidelines for packing your suitcase; choose accommodation; go to restaurants; hiking; travel by motorhome; and get around by car, plane, train, subway, boat, bus... And, of course, beaches and dog pools also have a place of honor.

In addition, the book tells the journey through the 52 Spanish provinces and autonomous cities, based on the discoveries made by the author in the more than 50,000 kilometers traveled with his dog. The more than 200 plans include visits to museums, exhibition halls, castles, wineries, tourist boats, botanical gardens, natural spaces, beaches, etc.

What if your next trip includes your dog friend?

  • Author: Pablo Muñoz Gabilondo
  • No. of pages: 256
  • Publisher: PLANET
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788408256045

Those of you who follow us on social networks already know that we always make trips around Spain to visit our artisans by van, so this book had to be in the store no matter what.

Motorhome trips (van, camper or any of their varieties) are gaining more followers every day. It may be because of the feeling of adventure, but it is also because it allows you to make journeys with absolute freedom, travel safely without giving up comforts and enjoy the most remote and authentic landscapes and places.

This book offers 50 new routes to travel by van that cover all of Spain: from Galicia to Andalusia and from Extremadura to the Canary Islands. A guide with the best ideas and possibilities for travelers who seek, above all, freedom.

  • Author: Pablo Muñoz Gabilondo
  • No. of pages: 240
  • Publisher: PLANET
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788408255772

Put on your hiking boots to take advantage of the 50 most beautiful and rewarding hiking routes in Europe, plus 150 more proposals to discover an entire continent on foot. From the sun-drenched regions of southern Europe, including Italy, Greece, Portugal and Spain, to the history-rich areas of central and northern Europe, including France, Germany, Belgium, Great Britain, Ireland and the Scandinavian countries , this book covers a wide variety of places and experiences for all types of hikers, and of varying duration, from a few hours to several days or weeks.

Europe is ideal for the hiker, with its diversity of terrain, climate and landscapes, not to mention the fascinating cultures and people that can be found along the way. With this book, in addition to such iconic routes as the Irish Dingle Way or the Sentiero degli Dei along the Amalfi coast, the traveler will discover such fascinating proposals as the Latvian marshes, the steps of the ancient Greeks to Delphi or the highest peak in Montenegro. .

Each route is complete with inspiring images, maps and

practical rmation.

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This completely updated guide contains 25 wonderful tours throughout Spain.

With idyllic villages, historic cities, coastal towns and stunning natural landscapes, Spain is the perfect destination for a leisurely road trip:

- 25 easy-to-follow tours, each lasting from one to five days.

- A removable laminated road map of Spain that helps you find your way easily.
- Walks, activities and lovely detours to make along the way.
- The best local experiences along with a selection of the most authentic places to stay, eat and shop.
- Practical information.

Numerous tips and

rmation useful, this easy-to-use guide reveals the best of Spain: spectacular views, hidden gems and authentic local experiences.

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Pack the backpack and we're going on a quick getaway. Where do you want to go? We can travel to the Pyrenees, approach the cliffs of the Atlantic or retreat to rural landscapes painted with whitewashed villages.

With this book, you will be able to explore the trails that lead to the highest peaks of the Picos, the Pyrenees and the Sierra Nevada, the wild flower meadows in Andalusia and the magnificent coastal viewpoints in Mallorca and Menorca. Without forgetting the numerous alternative Celtic routes in Galicia, the semi-desert natural slopes of the interior, a few steps from the Mediterranean, and the forgotten mountains of the Basque Country.

All these hills, mountains, fields, beaches and cliffs have an extensive and well-kept network of trails, as well as many mountain refuges and guest houses in small towns, which contribute to making Spain the dream of any hiker. All you have to do is tie your boots well and go out to discover the Spanish roads.

  • Author: STUART BUTLER, ANNA KAMINSKI, JOHN NOBLE
  • No. of pages: 224
  • Publisher: PLANET
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788408251316

What we like most about giving this type of book as a gift is that you are actually giving away future trips, weekend getaways and different plans. And while the time for the visit arrives, you can always enjoy dreaming about all those beautiful towns that are our destination.

That "place where everyone who lives knows each other." This book is a delicious walk through the best places to practice conscious and demanding rural tourism through enclaves that have preserved festivals, traditions and singular beauty.

It has location maps, extensive photographic reports of each town and its surroundings, practical sheets with location, season of visit,

rmation of tourism and events, and the most interesting details about history, art, nature or gastronomy.

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Case with the three volumes of Images of Old Madrid. Photo album. More than 500 photographs between the years 1857 and 1960. An unforgettable memory.

  • Author: AA.VV.
  • No. of pages: 664
  • Publisher: LA LIBRERIA
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788495889669

For years the authors of this guide have traveled along the coast of Spain. And they have not stopped discovering interesting places, beautiful beaches, overwhelming natural parks and cities and towns full of history. On the sunny Costa de la Luz of Cádiz, in the lonely corners of Galicia or the green spaces of Asturias, Cantabria and the Basque Country you will always find a story, a shop and a charming hotel.

This is a guide to the coast because it's the part of the earth the authors love, and it's about traveling along the coast, the ocean, the beach, the cities, towns, and the people who live along the coast. sea.

What do these guides include?

- Maps.
- Inspiring photographs.
- Clear and detailed descriptions of the breaks for all levels.
- Hiking options, paddle surfing, yoga, cycling, mountaineering and fun activities with, and without, children.
- Accommodation for all budgets.
- Surf schools and shops, equipment rental and workshops.
- Interviews with local creators, artists and entrepreneurs.
- Stories about coastal places where surfing is practiced.
- Local gastronomy and interesting recipes.
- Tips, hints and tricks.

  • Author: ALEXANDRA GOSSINK, GEERT-JAN MIDDELKOOP
  • No. of pages: 224
  • Publisher: PLANET
  • Binding: Softcover
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788408186953

This book is a guide to going out for tapas in the city of Madrid and recreating our favorites at home. There are nearly 200 proposals that can be savored in more than 60 historic and modern bars in the Villa and Corte de la Tapa: El Barrio de los Austrias, La Latina, Barrio de Las Letras, Chueca, Malasaña and Salamanca, whose masters Hoteliers have collaborated selflessly by sharing their recipes.

The San Sebastian journalist based in Madrid Pablo Muñoz Gabilondo includes in the work plans with the location of the bars, as well as the recipe for each pincho illustrated with spectacular images. All of them are classified according to their degree of complexity (easy, medium and high) and indicate the time that must be invested in the kitchen to make them a reality.

The selection, made at the end of 2013, includes typical tapas from Madrid, such as Madrid-style tripe, broken eggs, cod, shrimp..., and from other parts of the country (donostiarra-style tuna, salmorejo, pancakes...) , as well as internationally inspired creations: Wagyu beef burger, tuna tataki, spanakopita, guacamole with salmon...

This selection also combines the most traditional (octopus montadito, consommé, Russian salad...) with new cuisine: Mango and foie slices, idiazabal and piparra cheese in tempura, and Iberian with brie and berries, to name three examples.

The book was published in Spanish in November 2013 by Travel Bug and is sponsored by Campo Viejo, from Domecq Bodegas.

  • Author: MUÑOZ GABILONDO, PABLO
  • No. of pages: 216
  • Publisher: TRAVEL BUG
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788494091247

Madrid A Century Ago: 1900-1936 is a reading that offers us a fascinating journey through a decisive, changing and largely disappeared Madrid. To make this regression possible we have immersed ourselves in the ABC Archive, possibly the most valuable photographic collection in our country, to select two hundred snapshots that, accompanied by the texts of Manuel García del Moral Escobedo, creator of Secretos de Madrid, will allow us to relive the customs, habits and daily life of Madrid in the first decades of the 20th century. A city that in just over thirty years underwent a profound and key metamorphosis to put itself on par with other capitals in Europe.

In these pages we will witness the beginning of the works on the Gran Vía, we will see how the construction work on the Almudena Cathedral is progressing, we will have fun at the high society parties, at the Castellana Hippodrome, and also with the classes more humble, in the festivals and the quermeses. We will have to go shopping in extinct street markets, we will visit the most elegant shops in that city, we will attend emotional parades, we will laugh at its carnivals, we will witness the arrival of football, we will avoid the pranks of the urchins, we will ride the tram, but also You will have to suffer attacks and murders in broad daylight.

A visual and emotional review that, ultimately, will help us better understand the Madrid that we now walk through and whose foundations, manners and soul began to be forged, precisely, a century ago.

  • Author: MANUEL GARCIA DEL MORAL
  • No. of pages: 268
  • Publisher: LA LIBRERIA
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788498734614

Through a tour of the main Madrid landscapes, the Nature Atlas of the Community of Madrid immerses us and takes us on an exciting journey through the most surprising corners of our region, where we will discover numerous species of fauna and flora, Faithfully and carefully illustrated. The book is ideal for any nature lover, for hikers, hikers and families, giving us a different look at our closest environment and revealing endless curiosities about our precious biodiversity.

The Nature Atlas of the Community of Madrid incorporates and details the essential and most representative landscapes of the Madrid territory with more than one hundred and twenty illustrations of fauna and vegetation species. In addition, it offers us routes and excursions to discover some of the most valuable enclaves.

  • Author: GOMEZ AOIZ, JAVIER
  • No. of pages: 120
  • Publisher: LA LIBRERIA
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788498734737

During the 19th century and the middle of the 20th century, the old cafes of romanticism were a meeting place for politicians, revolutionaries, intellectuals, poets, writers, artists, businessmen, night owls, time-wasters, conspirators and aristocrats. The popular class was also a spectator of heated gatherings, risque discussions or thoughtful debates that were blown over the smoke of a cup of coffee. In these old settings, on a marble table or a faded velvet divan, incendiary speeches were born, proclamations with the smell of blood, important works of our literature, articles for discord, fights between writers, challenges to duels, love quotes clandestine The old cafes were a microcosm where everything revolved around the gatherings and the chatters. With the author's hand, we take a nostalgic, intimate, enjoyable and detailed tour of those romantic cafes that were disappearing as progress took the nightstands and the gathering to the street, and the clock.

  • Author: DEL RIO LOPEZ, ANGEL
  • No. of pages: 256
  • Publisher: LA LIBRERIA
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788495889461

Madrid has always been a historical, cultural and literary attraction, but at the same time, the dark object of desire of those who have tried to disfigure important and minor history. This has left us a trail of lies, hoaxes, clichés, half-truths and half-lies, where dark interests, partisan grievances and, above all, the imagination of the people have coincided to create false arguments, distort the truth of things and mythologize. aspects of everyday life.

Madrid has carried on its back the chronicle that is written day by day, events that never occurred, but that acquired their own nature; imagination overwhelmed by word-of-mouth transmission of gossip and limitless imagination; popular fantasies that came to have assumed verisimilitude, although not contrasted; hoaxes, many of them harmful to the image of the Villa, which have been taken as real; lies, which, repeated a thousand times, become indisputable beliefs; half-truths, which are the most lacerating lies, a whole story that is addressed throughout the pages of this book, as a kind of reparation to the past and present identity of this city; a way to remove the veil from the gossip of any era.

  • Author: DEL RIO LOPEZ, ANGEL
  • No. of pages: 544
  • Publisher: LA LIBRERIA
  • Binding: Softcover
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788498734638

The legends of Madrid are that part of our history that usually remains in the shadow of great events. However, it is perhaps in that shadow where the interest of an increasingly broader public is fixed. The great events already have their great writers, books, investigations, professorships, exhibitions, but the legends have remained hidden in traditions, stories, stories, in a more popular and less scientific saying that has often been underestimated in publications. Even so, the desire of those interested in the history of Madrid seems to want to feed on those legends that give a different version of events, a more childish view if you will, more naive, also more irrational, but one that is more attached. to that part that we all have where the scientific does not enter.

  • Author: TOMAS PASCUAL, MANUELA
  • No. of pages: 204
  • Publisher: LA LIBRERIA
  • Binding: Softcover
  • Language: SPANISH
  • ISBN: 9788498732337

Enjoy every bite. White chocolate bonbon with orange mince, crumbled cookie and five spices. Milk chocolate bonbon with puffed rice and caramelized seeds. Dark chocolate bonbon with caramelized almond sticks and cocoa grue.

Ingredients:

Weight: 75g

Nutritional information per 100 g:

  • Energy value: 513kcal/ 2151kJ
  • Fat: 31g
  • Saturated: 16g
  • Carbohydrates: 47g
  • Sugars: 40g
  • Fiber: 5.6g
  • Proteins: 7.6g
  • Salt: 0.20g

Contains allergens: Dairy, gluten, nuts and soy.

Possible Presence: Eggs, Sesame seeds.


    A sweet temptation. Candied orange strips covered in dark chocolate coating.

    Ingredients:

    Weight: 100g

    Nutritional information per 100 g:

    • Energy value: 399kcal/ 1676kJ
    • Fats: 17g
    • Saturated: 10.18g
    • Carbohydrates: 55g
    • Sugars: 50g
    • Fiber: 5.1g
    • Proteins: 2.9g
    • Salt: 0.19g

    Contains allergens: Soy.

    Possible Presence: Dairy, Eggs, Gluten, Nuts

      A classic. White, dark and milk chocolate.

      Ingredients:

      Weight: 100g

      Nutritional information per 100 g:

      • Energy value: 573 kcal/2397 Kj
      • Fat: 39g
      • Saturated: 25g
      • Carbohydrates: 46g
      • Sugars: 45g
      • Fiber: 0
      • Protein: 6.7g
      • Salt: 0.13g

      Contains allergens: Dairy and soy.

      Possible Presence: Eggs, Gluten and Nuts,

        Natural salt from marine scales from the Mediterranean Sea. 80% of crystals have a size of 4 – 12 mm.

        It is recommended in meat and fish dishes once prepared.
        Hydroscopic product protect from humidity

        Weight: 75g

        Ingredients: Salt from the Mediterranean Sea.

        Store in a cool, dry place.

        This Extra Virgin Olive Oil is made with ripe olives originating in the Valencian Community. We not only recommend it for its quality and flavor, but also because, with that teardrop-shaped glass bottle, it looks attractive and becomes one of those gifts that are remembered. Are you thinking of someone who would love to have it in the kitchen?

        It is made by a family winery specialized in wines made from fruits other than grapes. With a history of more than 30 years researching, innovating and producing artisan products in a natural way, it was almost an obligation to bring them to the store.

        Volume: 100ml

        Ingredients: Juice from pressing olives

        • Product Type: Oil
        • Physical Characteristics: Dense greenish liquid
        • Trade name: Extra Virgin Oil
        • Additives: No Additives

        It is recommended in all traditional cuisine and where the culinary imagination can reach power and enhances the flavor of Mediterranean dishes.

        Avoid exposure to sunlight.

        DOP Sherry Vinegar was the first Spanish vinegar with a Designation of Origin. With a powerful flavor, it will enhance your dishes and enhance your sauces, salads and vinaigrettes.

        It is a condiment of great importance in the Mediterranean Diet characterized by its mahogany color and its intense aroma.

        • Content: 100ml
        • Ingredients: Sherry wine, color (ammonium sulfite caramel), antioxidant (sulfur dioxide) (sulfites).
        • Allergens: sulfites

        Nutritional information per 100 g:

        • Energy value: 14 kJ / 3 kcal
        • Fats: < 0.1 g - Of which saturated: < 0.03 g
        • Carbohydrates: 0.4g
        • Sugar: 0.2g
        • Dietary Fiber: 0.1g
        • Protein: 0.16g
        • Salt: 0.014g

        Roll width: 50cm

        Roll length 500 m

        roll diameter 62 cm

        Reference: esmf4

        Stuffed peppers. Monkfish in almond sauce. Stewed lentils. Gratin macaroni. Cooked Castilian. Shrimp With Gabardina. Surprise fried eggs. Malaga white garlic...

        This cookbook, which is now a classic, was published for the first time in 1950. Its author, Ana María Herrera, a graduate of the Madrid Academy of Gastronomes and a cooking teacher, was then working as an assistant in the Women's Section and wrote it under two principles: that the recipes were cheap, but of quality, and that they were easy to prepare.

        Surely your mother had it at home, because it is the recipe book with which all of Spain learned to cook.

        • Author: ANA MARIA HERRERA
        • No. of pages: 936
        • Publisher: THE SPHERE OF BOOKS
        • Binding: Softcover
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788491646792

        This book offers a chronicle or visual report of Spanish society around the year 1900. It includes urban and rural images, popular prints, culture, art, society, politics, economy, traditions... Thanks to the pioneers of the photography we can enjoy extraordinary graphic material, through which the reader can get an idea of ​​what Spain was like around 1900 and the most important or significant events that happened.

        • Author: AA.VV.
        • No. of pages: 256
        • Publisher: SUSAETA
        • Binding: Hardcover
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788467770407

        Clifford in Spain: A Photographer at the Court of Elizabeth II

        • Author: Lee Fontanella
        • No. of pages: 338
        • Publisher: EL VISO
        • Binding: Cloth binding
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788495241061

        Towns bombed during the Spanish Civil War that were not rebuilt after the battle; an international station full of double spies for the Nazis and the allies, which currently hides underground a cutting-edge laboratory that investigates the dark matter of the universe; an old military powder magazine excavated in the bowels of a mountain, a winery that preserves the large silos in a unique architectural enclave or various laboratories in which their experiments were frozen in time after the cessation of activity. The old Belchite and the Canfranc railway station are the great temples of urban exploration in Spain, but there are many other abandoned places that sometimes go unnoticed even by the neighbors, who treasure a past full of history, about to disappear in oblivion

        • Author: Fran Lens, Paco Quiles, Carlos Sanmillan
        • No. of pages: 224
        • Publisher: JONGLEZ
        • Binding: Hardcover
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9782361954710

        photographer , exhibition catalog

        • Author: Alejandro Castellote
        • No. of pages: 291
        • Publisher: TF EDITORS
        • Binding: Softcover
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788415253938

        Recycled Glass Cup White Dots

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        Glass water glass created following the tradition of Mallorca, introducing your favorite colors in each of the pieces.

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        Measures:

        Wine / Small 6.5 x 10 cm

        As it is a handmade product, measurements may vary.

        There's something about pretty aprons that makes our hearts happy. It doesn't matter what task we have to perform: baking a cake, transplanting a pot, painting a watercolor, picking a hem or placing flowers in a white clay vase. Everything takes on a different nuance if you first put on a washed linen apron.

        Our artisan aprons have a Japanese cut and are not tied, but rather have a wrap-around design and a cross at the back, so they are very easy to put on and take off and adapt to any size. And if you need to store a tool or keep your phone close at hand, they have a small and discreet side pocket. You can not ask for more!

        Pieces made exclusively of 100% natural washed linen, with OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certification

        • Measurements: 73 x 65.5 cm

        Care:

        • Wash by hand or machine at a temperature below 80º.
        • Iron at high temperature
        • Dry at low temperature
        • Do not use bleach or abrasive products

        There's something about pretty aprons that makes our hearts happy. It doesn't matter what task we have to perform: baking a cake, transplanting a pot, painting a watercolor, picking a hem or placing flowers in a white clay vase. Everything takes on a different nuance if you first put on a washed linen apron.

        Our artisan aprons have a Japanese cut and are not tied, but rather have a wrap-around design and a cross at the back, so they are very easy to put on and take off and adapt to any size. And if you need to store a tool or keep your phone close at hand, they have a small and discreet side pocket. You can not ask for more!

        Pieces made exclusively of 100% natural washed linen, with OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certification

        • Measurements: 101 x 80 cm

        Care:

        • Wash by hand or machine at a temperature below 80º.
        • Iron at high temperature
        • Dry at low temperature
        • Do not use bleach or abrasive products

        These two blue rimmed ceramic mugs are handmade. And that shows in everything: in how beautiful they are, in their unique and unrepeatable design, in the touch and in the quality. A good gift for breakfast and coffee fans. Or much better, a treat to take home and use daily.

        The 2 cups come from Galicia, fresh off the wheel of Nano, our rocker artisan. A scholar in terms of materials and Galician ceramic tradition. Well, and the Rock & Roll that he listens to while making these very special pieces. Do you hear the music?

        • Cup measurements: 8 x 7 cm (10 cm with handle)
        • Being a handmade product, measurements may vary
        • Capacity: 0.20L

        This piece is suitable for use in microwaves and dishwashers.

        These handmade ceramic bowls are made to the rhythm of Rock & Roll. They come from Galicia, fresh from the lathe of Nano, our rock craftsman. A scholar in terms of materials and Galician ceramic tradition.

        With their blue edge finish they are super elegant. Two practical and beautiful pieces of kitchenware. Are they for gifts? Well, we have no doubt that you are going to look like a king.

        • Bowl size: 14 x 7-8 cm
        • Capacity: 0.25L

        This piece is suitable for use in microwaves and dishwashers.

        Madrid is one of the most vital cities in the world, a captivating place whose energy projects a very simple message: this city knows how to live. With an architectural setting that encompasses endless styles, an inexhaustible nightlife and a gastronomy marked by creativity and passion for traditions, Madrid becomes a unique place where the traveler can immediately feel at home? And with the help of this guide, you will be able to enjoy the city like any other Madrid native.

        • Author: Anthony Ham
        • No. of pages: 160
        • Binding: Softcover
        • Publisher: GEOPLANETA
        • Collection: Lonely Planet Close Guides
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788408200895

        Excursions Around Madrid: Avila, Salamanca, Segovia, Toledo.

        • Author: AA.VV
        • No. of pages: 352
        • Binding: Softcover
        • Publisher: GAESA
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788416137435

        This book, an illustrated informative guide, introduces and highlights the most important public parks and gardens in Madrid. Distributed throughout all districts and neighborhoods, they make up a powerful green infrastructure that provides the city with numerous benefits.

        In its pages, the reader will find general data (extension, address, access, etc.), detailed description of the spaces, historical aspects and curiosities, anecdotes and singularities. In addition to the most emblematic, unique or recognized prestige, it provides

        rmation about many other green areas, proximity spaces that are not the usual subject of reviews or publications.

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        Throughout these pages circulate, each one in their own Madrid, several characters who inhabited the city at different moments in time and became, in their own way, Madrid residents. The Madrid they knew is intertwined with the current one in a map of translucent layers composed of places that still remain and others that no longer exist. Because Madrid, above all things, is made of the people who came to stay and those who continue to do so every day. A kaleidoscope of history, memories and future, in continuous movement.

        • Author: Paula Lapido
        • No. of pages: 172
        • Publisher: TRASPIES
        • Binding: Softcover
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788412435566

        The fascinating world of postcards or cartophilia now has this exceptional book, the work of Martín Carrasco. Author of some of the most recognized studies of the genre and one of the most important cartophiles and collectors in Spain, Martín Carrasco collects, selects and shows in this book the postcards of Madrid from its beginnings, in 1887 to 1905, the Golden Age of the cartophilia.

        • Author: Martin Carrasco Marques
        • No. of pages: 240
        • Publisher: LA LIBRERIA
        • Binding: Softcover
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788498732221

        Their motto is "polite dogs welcome."

        Because there is no better memory than a trip with your best friend. But where do we start? This book offers tips for traveling with a dog and guidelines for packing your suitcase; choose accommodation; go to restaurants; hiking; travel by motorhome; and get around by car, plane, train, subway, boat, bus... And, of course, beaches and dog pools also have a place of honor.

        In addition, the book tells the journey through the 52 Spanish provinces and autonomous cities, based on the discoveries made by the author in the more than 50,000 kilometers traveled with his dog. The more than 200 plans include visits to museums, exhibition halls, castles, wineries, tourist boats, botanical gardens, natural spaces, beaches, etc.

        What if your next trip includes your dog friend?

        • Author: Pablo Muñoz Gabilondo
        • No. of pages: 256
        • Publisher: PLANET
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788408256045

        Those of you who follow us on social networks already know that we always make trips around Spain to visit our artisans by van, so this book had to be in the store no matter what.

        Motorhome trips (van, camper or any of their varieties) are gaining more followers every day. It may be because of the feeling of adventure, but it is also because it allows you to make journeys with absolute freedom, travel safely without giving up comforts and enjoy the most remote and authentic landscapes and places.

        This book offers 50 new routes to travel by van that cover all of Spain: from Galicia to Andalusia and from Extremadura to the Canary Islands. A guide with the best ideas and possibilities for travelers who seek, above all, freedom.

        • Author: Pablo Muñoz Gabilondo
        • No. of pages: 240
        • Publisher: PLANET
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788408255772

        Put on your hiking boots to take advantage of the 50 most beautiful and rewarding hiking routes in Europe, plus 150 more proposals to discover an entire continent on foot. From the sun-drenched regions of southern Europe, including Italy, Greece, Portugal and Spain, to the history-rich areas of central and northern Europe, including France, Germany, Belgium, Great Britain, Ireland and the Scandinavian countries , this book covers a wide variety of places and experiences for all types of hikers, and of varying duration, from a few hours to several days or weeks.

        Europe is ideal for the hiker, with its diversity of terrain, climate and landscapes, not to mention the fascinating cultures and people that can be found along the way. With this book, in addition to such iconic routes as the Irish Dingle Way or the Sentiero degli Dei along the Amalfi coast, the traveler will discover such fascinating proposals as the Latvian marshes, the steps of the ancient Greeks to Delphi or the highest peak in Montenegro. .

        Each route is complete with inspiring images, maps and

        practical rmation.

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        This completely updated guide contains 25 wonderful tours throughout Spain.

        With idyllic villages, historic cities, coastal towns and stunning natural landscapes, Spain is the perfect destination for a leisurely road trip:

        - 25 easy-to-follow tours, each lasting from one to five days.

        - A removable laminated road map of Spain that helps you find your way easily.
        - Walks, activities and lovely detours to make along the way.
        - The best local experiences along with a selection of the most authentic places to stay, eat and shop.
        - Practical information.

        Numerous tips and

        rmation useful, this easy-to-use guide reveals the best of Spain: spectacular views, hidden gems and authentic local experiences.

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        Pack the backpack and we're going on a quick getaway. Where do you want to go? We can travel to the Pyrenees, approach the cliffs of the Atlantic or retreat to rural landscapes painted with whitewashed villages.

        With this book, you will be able to explore the trails that lead to the highest peaks of the Picos, the Pyrenees and the Sierra Nevada, the wild flower meadows in Andalusia and the magnificent coastal viewpoints in Mallorca and Menorca. Without forgetting the numerous alternative Celtic routes in Galicia, the semi-desert natural slopes of the interior, a few steps from the Mediterranean, and the forgotten mountains of the Basque Country.

        All these hills, mountains, fields, beaches and cliffs have an extensive and well-kept network of trails, as well as many mountain refuges and guest houses in small towns, which contribute to making Spain the dream of any hiker. All you have to do is tie your boots well and go out to discover the Spanish roads.

        • Author: STUART BUTLER, ANNA KAMINSKI, JOHN NOBLE
        • No. of pages: 224
        • Publisher: PLANET
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788408251316

        What we like most about giving this type of book as a gift is that you are actually giving away future trips, weekend getaways and different plans. And while the time for the visit arrives, you can always enjoy dreaming about all those beautiful towns that are our destination.

        That "place where everyone who lives knows each other." This book is a delicious walk through the best places to practice conscious and demanding rural tourism through enclaves that have preserved festivals, traditions and singular beauty.

        It has location maps, extensive photographic reports of each town and its surroundings, practical sheets with location, season of visit,

        rmation of tourism and events, and the most interesting details about history, art, nature or gastronomy.

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        Case with the three volumes of Images of Old Madrid. Photo album. More than 500 photographs between the years 1857 and 1960. An unforgettable memory.

        • Author: AA.VV.
        • No. of pages: 664
        • Publisher: LA LIBRERIA
        • Binding: Hardcover
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788495889669

        For years the authors of this guide have traveled along the coast of Spain. And they have not stopped discovering interesting places, beautiful beaches, overwhelming natural parks and cities and towns full of history. On the sunny Costa de la Luz of Cádiz, in the lonely corners of Galicia or the green spaces of Asturias, Cantabria and the Basque Country you will always find a story, a shop and a charming hotel.

        This is a guide to the coast because it's the part of the earth the authors love, and it's about traveling along the coast, the ocean, the beach, the cities, towns, and the people who live along the coast. sea.

        What do these guides include?

        - Maps.
        - Inspiring photographs.
        - Clear and detailed descriptions of the breaks for all levels.
        - Hiking options, paddle surfing, yoga, cycling, mountaineering and fun activities with, and without, children.
        - Accommodation for all budgets.
        - Surf schools and shops, equipment rental and workshops.
        - Interviews with local creators, artists and entrepreneurs.
        - Stories about coastal places where surfing is practiced.
        - Local gastronomy and interesting recipes.
        - Tips, hints and tricks.

        • Author: ALEXANDRA GOSSINK, GEERT-JAN MIDDELKOOP
        • No. of pages: 224
        • Publisher: PLANET
        • Binding: Softcover
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788408186953

        This book is a guide to going out for tapas in the city of Madrid and recreating our favorites at home. There are nearly 200 proposals that can be savored in more than 60 historic and modern bars in the Villa and Corte de la Tapa: El Barrio de los Austrias, La Latina, Barrio de Las Letras, Chueca, Malasaña and Salamanca, whose masters Hoteliers have collaborated selflessly by sharing their recipes.

        The San Sebastian journalist based in Madrid Pablo Muñoz Gabilondo includes in the work plans with the location of the bars, as well as the recipe for each pincho illustrated with spectacular images. All of them are classified according to their degree of complexity (easy, medium and high) and indicate the time that must be invested in the kitchen to make them a reality.

        The selection, made at the end of 2013, includes typical tapas from Madrid, such as Madrid-style tripe, broken eggs, cod, shrimp..., and from other parts of the country (donostiarra-style tuna, salmorejo, pancakes...) , as well as internationally inspired creations: Wagyu beef burger, tuna tataki, spanakopita, guacamole with salmon...

        This selection also combines the most traditional (octopus montadito, consommé, Russian salad...) with new cuisine: Mango and foie slices, idiazabal and piparra cheese in tempura, and Iberian with brie and berries, to name three examples.

        The book was published in Spanish in November 2013 by Travel Bug and is sponsored by Campo Viejo, from Domecq Bodegas.

        • Author: MUÑOZ GABILONDO, PABLO
        • No. of pages: 216
        • Publisher: TRAVEL BUG
        • Binding: Hardcover
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788494091247

        Madrid A Century Ago: 1900-1936 is a reading that offers us a fascinating journey through a decisive, changing and largely disappeared Madrid. To make this regression possible we have immersed ourselves in the ABC Archive, possibly the most valuable photographic collection in our country, to select two hundred snapshots that, accompanied by the texts of Manuel García del Moral Escobedo, creator of Secretos de Madrid, will allow us to relive the customs, habits and daily life of Madrid in the first decades of the 20th century. A city that in just over thirty years underwent a profound and key metamorphosis to put itself on par with other capitals in Europe.

        In these pages we will witness the beginning of the works on the Gran Vía, we will see how the construction work on the Almudena Cathedral is progressing, we will have fun at the high society parties, at the Castellana Hippodrome, and also with the classes more humble, in the festivals and the quermeses. We will have to go shopping in extinct street markets, we will visit the most elegant shops in that city, we will attend emotional parades, we will laugh at its carnivals, we will witness the arrival of football, we will avoid the pranks of the urchins, we will ride the tram, but also You will have to suffer attacks and murders in broad daylight.

        A visual and emotional review that, ultimately, will help us better understand the Madrid that we now walk through and whose foundations, manners and soul began to be forged, precisely, a century ago.

        • Author: MANUEL GARCIA DEL MORAL
        • No. of pages: 268
        • Publisher: LA LIBRERIA
        • Binding: Hardcover
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788498734614

        Through a tour of the main Madrid landscapes, the Nature Atlas of the Community of Madrid immerses us and takes us on an exciting journey through the most surprising corners of our region, where we will discover numerous species of fauna and flora, Faithfully and carefully illustrated. The book is ideal for any nature lover, for hikers, hikers and families, giving us a different look at our closest environment and revealing endless curiosities about our precious biodiversity.

        The Nature Atlas of the Community of Madrid incorporates and details the essential and most representative landscapes of the Madrid territory with more than one hundred and twenty illustrations of fauna and vegetation species. In addition, it offers us routes and excursions to discover some of the most valuable enclaves.

        • Author: GOMEZ AOIZ, JAVIER
        • No. of pages: 120
        • Publisher: LA LIBRERIA
        • Binding: Hardcover
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788498734737

        During the 19th century and the middle of the 20th century, the old cafes of romanticism were a meeting place for politicians, revolutionaries, intellectuals, poets, writers, artists, businessmen, night owls, time-wasters, conspirators and aristocrats. The popular class was also a spectator of heated gatherings, risque discussions or thoughtful debates that were blown over the smoke of a cup of coffee. In these old settings, on a marble table or a faded velvet divan, incendiary speeches were born, proclamations with the smell of blood, important works of our literature, articles for discord, fights between writers, challenges to duels, love quotes clandestine The old cafes were a microcosm where everything revolved around the gatherings and the chatters. With the author's hand, we take a nostalgic, intimate, enjoyable and detailed tour of those romantic cafes that were disappearing as progress took the nightstands and the gathering to the street, and the clock.

        • Author: DEL RIO LOPEZ, ANGEL
        • No. of pages: 256
        • Publisher: LA LIBRERIA
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788495889461

        Madrid has always been a historical, cultural and literary attraction, but at the same time, the dark object of desire of those who have tried to disfigure important and minor history. This has left us a trail of lies, hoaxes, clichés, half-truths and half-lies, where dark interests, partisan grievances and, above all, the imagination of the people have coincided to create false arguments, distort the truth of things and mythologize. aspects of everyday life.

        Madrid has carried on its back the chronicle that is written day by day, events that never occurred, but that acquired their own nature; imagination overwhelmed by word-of-mouth transmission of gossip and limitless imagination; popular fantasies that came to have assumed verisimilitude, although not contrasted; hoaxes, many of them harmful to the image of the Villa, which have been taken as real; lies, which, repeated a thousand times, become indisputable beliefs; half-truths, which are the most lacerating lies, a whole story that is addressed throughout the pages of this book, as a kind of reparation to the past and present identity of this city; a way to remove the veil from the gossip of any era.

        • Author: DEL RIO LOPEZ, ANGEL
        • No. of pages: 544
        • Publisher: LA LIBRERIA
        • Binding: Softcover
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788498734638

        The legends of Madrid are that part of our history that usually remains in the shadow of great events. However, it is perhaps in that shadow where the interest of an increasingly broader public is fixed. The great events already have their great writers, books, investigations, professorships, exhibitions, but the legends have remained hidden in traditions, stories, stories, in a more popular and less scientific saying that has often been underestimated in publications. Even so, the desire of those interested in the history of Madrid seems to want to feed on those legends that give a different version of events, a more childish view if you will, more naive, also more irrational, but one that is more attached. to that part that we all have where the scientific does not enter.

        • Author: TOMAS PASCUAL, MANUELA
        • No. of pages: 204
        • Publisher: LA LIBRERIA
        • Binding: Softcover
        • Language: SPANISH
        • ISBN: 9788498732337

        Enjoy every bite. White chocolate bonbon with orange mince, crumbled cookie and five spices. Milk chocolate bonbon with puffed rice and caramelized seeds. Dark chocolate bonbon with caramelized almond sticks and cocoa grue.

        Ingredients:

        Weight: 75g

        Nutritional information per 100 g:

        • Energy value: 513kcal/ 2151kJ
        • Fat: 31g
        • Saturated: 16g
        • Carbohydrates: 47g
        • Sugars: 40g
        • Fiber: 5.6g
        • Proteins: 7.6g
        • Salt: 0.20g

        Contains allergens: Dairy, gluten, nuts and soy.

        Possible Presence: Eggs, Sesame seeds.


          A sweet temptation. Candied orange strips covered in dark chocolate coating.

          Ingredients:

          Weight: 100g

          Nutritional information per 100 g:

          • Energy value: 399kcal/ 1676kJ
          • Fats: 17g
          • Saturated: 10.18g
          • Carbohydrates: 55g
          • Sugars: 50g
          • Fiber: 5.1g
          • Proteins: 2.9g
          • Salt: 0.19g

          Contains allergens: Soy.

          Possible Presence: Dairy, Eggs, Gluten, Nuts

            A classic. White, dark and milk chocolate.

            Ingredients:

            Weight: 100g

            Nutritional information per 100 g:

            • Energy value: 573 kcal/2397 Kj
            • Fat: 39g
            • Saturated: 25g
            • Carbohydrates: 46g
            • Sugars: 45g
            • Fiber: 0
            • Protein: 6.7g
            • Salt: 0.13g

            Contains allergens: Dairy and soy.

            Possible Presence: Eggs, Gluten and Nuts,

              Natural salt from marine scales from the Mediterranean Sea. 80% of crystals have a size of 4 – 12 mm.

              It is recommended in meat and fish dishes once prepared.
              Hydroscopic product protect from humidity

              Weight: 75g

              Ingredients: Salt from the Mediterranean Sea.

              Store in a cool, dry place.

              This Extra Virgin Olive Oil is made with ripe olives originating in the Valencian Community. We not only recommend it for its quality and flavor, but also because, with that teardrop-shaped glass bottle, it looks attractive and becomes one of those gifts that are remembered. Are you thinking of someone who would love to have it in the kitchen?

              It is made by a family winery specialized in wines made from fruits other than grapes. With a history of more than 30 years researching, innovating and producing artisan products in a natural way, it was almost an obligation to bring them to the store.

              Volume: 100ml

              Ingredients: Juice from pressing olives

              • Product Type: Oil
              • Physical Characteristics: Dense greenish liquid
              • Trade name: Extra Virgin Oil
              • Additives: No Additives

              It is recommended in all traditional cuisine and where the culinary imagination can reach power and enhances the flavor of Mediterranean dishes.

              Avoid exposure to sunlight.

              DOP Sherry Vinegar was the first Spanish vinegar with a Designation of Origin. With a powerful flavor, it will enhance your dishes and enhance your sauces, salads and vinaigrettes.

              It is a condiment of great importance in the Mediterranean Diet characterized by its mahogany color and its intense aroma.

              • Content: 100ml
              • Ingredients: Sherry wine, color (ammonium sulfite caramel), antioxidant (sulfur dioxide) (sulfites).
              • Allergens: sulfites

              Nutritional information per 100 g:

              • Energy value: 14 kJ / 3 kcal
              • Fats: < 0.1 g - Of which saturated: < 0.03 g
              • Carbohydrates: 0.4g
              • Sugar: 0.2g
              • Dietary Fiber: 0.1g
              • Protein: 0.16g
              • Salt: 0.014g

              Roll width: 50cm

              Roll length 500 m

              roll diameter 62 cm

              Reference: esmf4

              Stuffed peppers. Monkfish in almond sauce. Stewed lentils. Gratin macaroni. Cooked Castilian. Shrimp With Gabardina. Surprise fried eggs. Malaga white garlic...

              This cookbook, which is now a classic, was published for the first time in 1950. Its author, Ana María Herrera, a graduate of the Madrid Academy of Gastronomes and a cooking teacher, was then working as an assistant in the Women's Section and wrote it under two principles: that the recipes were cheap, but of quality, and that they were easy to prepare.

              Surely your mother had it at home, because it is the recipe book with which all of Spain learned to cook.

              • Author: ANA MARIA HERRERA
              • No. of pages: 936
              • Publisher: THE SPHERE OF BOOKS
              • Binding: Softcover
              • Language: SPANISH
              • ISBN: 9788491646792

              This book offers a chronicle or visual report of Spanish society around the year 1900. It includes urban and rural images, popular prints, culture, art, society, politics, economy, traditions... Thanks to the pioneers of the photography we can enjoy extraordinary graphic material, through which the reader can get an idea of ​​what Spain was like around 1900 and the most important or significant events that happened.

              • Author: AA.VV.
              • No. of pages: 256
              • Publisher: SUSAETA
              • Binding: Hardcover
              • Language: SPANISH
              • ISBN: 9788467770407

              Clifford in Spain: A Photographer at the Court of Elizabeth II

              • Author: Lee Fontanella
              • No. of pages: 338
              • Publisher: EL VISO
              • Binding: Cloth binding
              • Language: SPANISH
              • ISBN: 9788495241061

              Towns bombed during the Spanish Civil War that were not rebuilt after the battle; an international station full of double spies for the Nazis and the allies, which currently hides underground a cutting-edge laboratory that investigates the dark matter of the universe; an old military powder magazine excavated in the bowels of a mountain, a winery that preserves the large silos in a unique architectural enclave or various laboratories in which their experiments were frozen in time after the cessation of activity. The old Belchite and the Canfranc railway station are the great temples of urban exploration in Spain, but there are many other abandoned places that sometimes go unnoticed even by the neighbors, who treasure a past full of history, about to disappear in oblivion

              • Author: Fran Lens, Paco Quiles, Carlos Sanmillan
              • No. of pages: 224
              • Publisher: JONGLEZ
              • Binding: Hardcover
              • Language: SPANISH
              • ISBN: 9782361954710

              photographer , exhibition catalog

              • Author: Alejandro Castellote
              • No. of pages: 291
              • Publisher: TF EDITORS
              • Binding: Softcover
              • Language: SPANISH
              • ISBN: 9788415253938