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What to buy in Spain?

What to buy in Spain?
25 Apr

If you're not sure what to buy in Spain, don't worry, we've got some time-tested tips for you. In this article we will mention things to buy in Spain, such as various Spanish souvenirs or goodies from Spain! What is Spain famous for? What kind of gift from Spain will your family appreciate?

For us, of course, the best thing to do is to buy a property in Spain :) That's the best thing to do, it's the best purchase, a super investment and it's just cool to own an apartment with a sea view. Plus you rent it out so you get a quick return on your investment.

But let's assume that not everyone wants a property by the sea and just wants a list of interesting things to bring back from a holiday in Spain. Maybe for the family.



When you're planning your holiday to Spain, be sure to leave a little extra room in your suitcase for the trip back so you can bring some of their amazing goodies home with you from Spain. It's hard to visit a local market and not fall in love with many of the things you'll see there.

These are the things you can buy in Spain that you can pack in your suitcase and take home with you. Spanish souvenirs are fun to buy and even better to give as gifts from Spain.

Olive oil

Spanish olives and olive oil are absolutely delicious and make the perfect gift from Spain. Did you know that Spain is the world's largest producer of olive oil? Yes, Spain produces some of the best olive oil in the world and even sells it to Italy.

In Spain, olive oil is used regularly, mostly in salads, salad dressings and for cooking. Local olive oil makes the perfect gift for any member of your family.

The best thing to do is to buy extra virgin olive oil, it is the best quality. Buy your oil in a jar or can.

Wine or Cava (sparkling wine)

Buying wine in Spain is almost a must. Either buy classic wine or try to buy Cava. Spain's top sparkling wines, Cava, are based on the same principles as Champagne and are made using the traditional method of fermenting wine in the bottle. One such interesting fact is that the Cava appellation can only be used for sparkling wines from a legally defined area in Catalonia, Spain, so the appellation is also a guarantee of quality and place of origin.

We visit the Alicante area regularly and wine tasting is one of our favourite activities - but you don't have to be in Spain to enjoy Spanish wines. Bring wine to friends back home in the Czech Republic and they'll be delighted, you'll see. And next time they'll fly to Spain with you.

Spanish tablecloths

And something for the ladies. You can find beautiful tablecloths in most of the city markets. And they're also quite a popular gift from a trip to Spain. But only for the ladies. You can't impress the gentlemen with a tablecloth, that's true. For grandma, for example, it's an ideal and wonderful gift.

A fan from Spain

Walking around the streets of Spain, you can't help but notice that all the Spanish ladies wear beautiful fans all day long. It's a super gift from Spain for women and ladies of all ages.
Not only are they useful, but they are also beautiful as decoration in the home. Plus, fans are very lightweight, so if you struggle with the weight of airplane luggage, fans are one of the best things to buy in Spain because they are easy to transport.

Spanish scarves

Scarves are a popular accessory all year round. You can usually find them almost anywhere in any Spanish city. Try looking in the local markets. They can be bought for between 1 and 5 euros each. They are also the perfect gift to take with you in your suitcase. Light and stackable.

Spanish ceramics

This is probably one of the most popular Spanish souvenirs - Spanish ceramics. No matter where you are in Spain, you will find colourful, handmade ceramics on the market. It's probably one of our favorite gifts from Spain because their pottery is cheerfully colorful and brightens up any space.


Each region in Spain has its own distinct pattern.

The pan at Paella

Perhaps a little strange, but an original gift. Paella is simply not authentic Spanish unless it is made in a traditional paella pan.
You can easily find them in local bazaars or local markets.

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