Once connected by underground tunnel to the Sinagoga in those bygone days of cloak and dagger worship, Casa de Sefarad remains a veritable treasure trove of Sephardic-Judaic-Spanish tradition. This pint sized museum champions a refreshing take on the traditions of Al-Andalus with an especial focus on music and women intellectuals (poets, singers and thinkers) . The library of Sephardic history is well worth a conscientious perusal as is the well-stocked souvenir shop. Live music recitals and story readings running most of the year bring Sephardic traditions to life.
At Cuevas Romanas, recommended entrées include cod confit and sautéed zucchini with mushrooms and s... Read more