From gazpacho to jamón, here's where to eat in Andalusia.

By José Andrés
Updated August 17, 2017
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This southern region is home to so many delicacies, from gazpacho to jamón. Most important, my wife, Patricia, was born there.

Where to Eat in Andalusia

Bar FM: Av. de Juan Pablo II, 54, Granada; +34 958 15 70 04

One of Spain’s ultimate tapas spots.

El CamperoAvd. Constitucion, Local 5 C, Barbate, Cádiz; +34 956 43 23 00

Here’s where you’ll find the best red tuna, caught using the traditional almadraba technique.

La Cosmopolita: Calle José Denis Belgrano, 3, Málaga; +34-952-215-827

Chefs head to Dani Carnero’s place on their days off.

Jaylu RestauranteLopez de Gomara, 19, Sevilla; +34 954 33 94 76

Chef Enrique Caballero specializes in Ibérico ham and seafood—what could be better?

Los Marinos JoséPaseo Marítimo Rey de España, 161, 29640 Fuengirola, Málaga; +34 952 66 10 12

José Sánchez and his family run this spot, which features small clams called coquinas.

The Ultimate Southern Road Trip

Here’s where I brought my amigos for our adventure in Southern Spain (TK Link).