Get lost in Catalonia or Andorra. Choose that corner to disconnect from the world. The Gourmand Guide will take care of the rest: a 'Bible' of the best restaurants and hotels in Catalonia, Andorra and other places of tourist and gastronomic interest in Europe, such as the French Riviera, Monaco, the Loire Valley, Alsace, Paris and the Black Forest.
Born with the Olympic Games in Barcelona, in 1992, the Gourmand Guide offers, in its print edition —in Catalan— and on its website (www.guiagourmand.com, in Catalan and in Spanish) a detailed and updated description of the best restaurants and hotels selected carefully based on demanding quality criteria applied with total independence, and collecting a total of 600 establishments.
Under the direction of its founders, journalists from Tarragona, Félix Llovell and Ramon Segú Chinchilla, who also have the editor-in-chief Marta Pérez and the Arola Editors edition, confirm that they rate restaurants from 0 to 10 points and that they have a wide range of fan of culinary typology.
For its part, the Gastronomy and Tourism magazine is committed to promoting gastronomy and tourism in the province of Tarragona, without forgetting the rest of Spain and even some places in the European Union.
The magazine, founded in 1986 as an initiative of the Costa Daurada Gastronomic and Tourism Association and promoted by Llovell and Segú Chinchilla, is published every three months in paper format and can be consulted in its entirety and free of charge on its website, www.revistagastronomiaiturisme.com and also in www.gastronomiayturismo.es. And it is considered one of the publications with the most tradition of gastronomy and tourism in Catalonia.
The publication includes news, articles, reports of restaurants and hotels, travel, wine section, publications, among others. Through its pages have passed the best hotels and restaurants in Spain and Europe: Savoy, in London; Crillon, from Paris; Negresco, from Nice; Ritz, from Madrid; Alfonso XIII, in Seville; The Arenas, from Valencia; Majestic, from Barcelona; Arzak and Akelarre, from San Sebastián; Beresategui, from Lasarte; Atrio, from Cáceres; Coque, from Madrid; Disfrutar, from Barcelona; The Celler de Can Roca, in Girona, among others.