Gastronomy

From the traditional

to the most innovative

Haute cuisine

What's on the menu?

The area is full of seafood restaurants and typical Delta cuisine offering everything from the classic paellas and fideuás to the most local recipes based on eel, squid, mussels or Delta oysters, as well as other typical Catalan dishes such as escudella i carn d’olla (a kind of stew) or botifarra amb mongetes (sausage with beans) along with the essential pa amb tomàquet (bread with tomato).

There are restaurants for all tastes and prices, with cuisines ranging from the most traditional to the most avant-garde, but fundamentally marked by the most common raw materials in this area: fish and seafood, rice, vegetables, oils, citrus fruits… which gives you the chance to buy the freshest ingredients yourself at the markets and fish markets to prepare a tasty dinner or barbecue and enjoy it under the stars at Casa Oriole.

Where to eat?

Take a look at our list of restaurants. Menus of the day, traditional cuisine, Michelin-starred, km0...

Rules

* There is flexibility depending on whether there are other guests arriving or departing on the same days.
** For stays longer than 4 days.

For electricity we use a photovoltaic system, designed for the average consumption of 2 people, so we cannot allow the use of high power appliances such as hairdryers (we can provide you with a low consumption one), irons, etc. and we ask you to use them responsibly.

The water at Casa Oriole comes from the rain and is stored in a cistern, so it is not advisable to drink it directly (we will give you a bottle of drinking water on arrival), but for making coffee or boiling water there is no problem. And, as it doesn’t rain much in this area, we ask you to use this precious resource responsibly.