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A bounty of sought-after seafood, classic and new-wave wines and culinary traditions exist in Galicia – perhaps that’s why so many pilgrims flock to northwest Spain, says Fiona Sims

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A bounty of sought-after seafood, classic and new-wave wines and culinary traditions exist in Galicia – perhaps that’s why so many pilgrims flock to northwest Spain, says Fiona Sims

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A bounty of sought-after seafood, classic and new-wave wines and culinary traditions exist in Galicia – perhaps that’s why so many pilgrims flock to northwest Spain, says Fiona Sims

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A bounty of sought-after seafood, classic and new-wave wines and culinary traditions exist in Galicia – perhaps that’s why so many pilgrims flock to northwest Spain, says Fiona Sims

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A bounty of sought-after seafood, classic and new-wave wines and culinary traditions exist in Galicia – perhaps that’s why so many pilgrims flock to northwest Spain, says Fiona Sims

Galicia, Spain

José Ramón Vilela plunges his hands into a rough string bag fastened to his hip. He pulls out a fistful of percebes, the curious, pre-historic-looking goose barnacles that sit in claw-like clusters, their deep orange flesh highly prized by restaurants all over Spain. His wetsuit cut to shreds and a crowbar dangling from his other hip so that he can steady himself, Vilela awaits the icy rollers that regularly swamp him. They’ve lost a few men over the years – and it is mostly men, though we……

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Portland, Oregon

Artisan producers, flame grills and food trucks are part of the cult of food in Portland. Fiona Sims…

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Mantua

From the feasts, art and awe-inspiring architecture of the Renaissance to modern chefs keeping its traditions…

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Bolivia

Its extreme altitude and vast salt flats have long captivated travellers. Now, thanks to a trailblazing…

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Jerusalem

Jerusalem has long been a city of traditional tastes, but heartening alliances across sectarian divides…

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Asturias

A hidden corner of northern Spain, Cabrales preserves its bygone way of life as it does its food. Pungent…

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New Caledonia

Heading to a Pacific island paradise doesn't mean totally abandoning fine European cuisine, as Alex Mead…

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Slovenia

Timeless country cooking is matched by the talent of innovate chefs in Slovenia, whose fusion of cultures…

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San Sebastian

It has long drawn pilgrims to its kitchens – beloved of Michelin inspectors – but San Sebastián…

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The Channel Islands

Easy to get to yet thrillingly remote, the Channel Islands harbour a long-lost way of life and a distinctive…

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