Listen how this name sounds: Arroz de Secreto Iberico de Bellota. If it sounds like that, can you imagine the delight that is? El Parador del Mar Menor has built this summer a ‘rice cooker’ to prepare, right there on the beach, a long list of types of rices. The Arroz de Secreto Iberico de Bellota is one of the new ones, as it is also the Paella de Atún con Ajos Tiernos. Both of them join a long list in which you also can find the traditional ones like the Paella de Mariscos or El Caldero.
And of course, the good taste is guaranteed by the excellence that El Parador has maintained since it opened its doors in a unique setting. If you visit them you will eat your paella at 20 meters of the water in one of the best terraces of the Mar Menor.
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