Home meat orders with free transportation

During these weeks we have to stay at home, on the occasion of confinement, we inform you that we can send your meat order directly to home at no additional cost of transport. You know that you have sausage, Iberian Ham, Iberian ham, cheese and Iberian pork and veal Anoja own our farms. You can see all references and catalog directly in the online shop Abrasador.

Beef
Own Crianza meat

These weeks as you know most of the restaurants associated with our brand, remain closed until further notice. And from the middle of May, some of them will start to open and prepare à la carte service with our own grilled gourmet home-cooked meats.

Our meat sales, in a 95% they are through the restaurants associated with the brand and therefore, In recent weeks, much of the Central team has not been operational. And now from May, we have reduced the ERTE to some colleagues to join a few hours and therefore we will be at your disposal to serve you meat directly at home by ordering through the Abrasador Online Store from anywhere in Spain.

Catalog Photo
Photo catalog Scorching meat

For any questions or clarification, you can contact us Monday to Friday 9:00 a 18:00 h or at any other time that necesitéis on phones 925245684, 647 221 393 O 699 450 508 or e-mail pedidos@abrasador.com and we send the order to receive in home 24-48 hours.

And if you prefer that we make it easier for you, you can directly see some of the lots already specified so you don't have to think about which products to choose:

Lots of gourmet meat for home

From Group Abrasador our biggest wish is you are all well and that you can spend the days the best that you can at home and always with a positive attitude. Get through this together and of course will pass an important page in our history, but now we must be strong.

Attractions in Guadalajara and around

Historically, Guadalajara has suffered the condition of border land on several occasions. During the reconquest, served as a boundary between the Christian kingdoms of the north and the Muslims of the south for quite some time. This explains the abundance of castles and defensive fortresses in the region. The castle of Molina de Aragón, of Andalusian origin, is a good example of it.

During the spanish civil war, the region served as a border between the republican and nationalist sides. The Battle of Guadalajara (1937), won by Republicans, It was a key contest and probably made the showdown go on for two more years. The city of Guadalajara, capital of the province, it was badly affected during the war and many buildings suffered major damage, among them the famous Palace of the Infantado. That is why Guadalajara has numerous monuments of tourist interest such as the following:

Infantado Palace

Infantado Palace
Infantado Palace

Perhaps the Palacio del Infantado is one of the most emblematic places to see in Guadalajara. It's about a palace that he ordered to build, at the end of the 15th century, Iñigo López de Mendoza and Moon, 2nd Duke of Infantado. This palace houses the Guadalajara Museum, which is divided into three zones: an archaeological, other ethnographic, and a third dedicated to painting and sculpture.

Guadalajara Museum
Guadalajara Museum

And it is that in the history of the city, the Mendoza family has a leading role. Besides nobles, they dedicated themselves to political life in Spain, and in Guadalajara they ordered constructions as important as this palace, which has an Elizabethan Gothic style with Renaissance elements. At present, It is also the headquarters of the Historical Archive, in addition to the aforementioned Provincial Museum of Guadalajara.

Convents

Convent of La Piedad and Palace of Antonio Mendoza
Convent of La Piedad and Palace of Antonio Mendoza

Two convents survive in the city: that of the Carmelites of San José, and that of La Piedad. The convent building was erected between 1625 Y 1644, by the architect Fray Alberto de la Madre de Dios and the master builder Jerónimo de Buega. Two important works are preserved inside: the Transverberation of Santa Teresa, of 1644, and the Three Carmelite martyrs.

The convent of La Piedad also It is known as the Palace of Antonio de Mendoza. It was built in the 16th century and It was renovated in the 19th century, changing the style of the building a bit. How convent existed until 1836. Then he has fulfilled different functions: palace nobility, convent, headquarters of the Guadalajara Provincial Council, Museum, cárcel and, even, Institute of secondary education.

 Carmelite Convent of San José
Carmelite Convent of San José

Pantheon of the Countess

One of the places of interest that see in Guadalajara is the Pantheon of the Countess of Vega del Pozo and Duchess of Sevillano. It is a monument built between 1882 Y 1916 in the spanish city from Guadalajara, commissioned by Mrs. María Diega Desmaissières and Sevillano, countess de la Vega del Pozo and Duchess of Sevillano, in honor of his father and relatives deceased years before to be buried in it. Be part of the set monumental of the foundation of San Diego de Alcalá. The pantheon has two floors and in the upper one there is a painting on wood of a counterfeit Christ and a monument in which the duchess is buried.

Pantheon of the Countess
Pantheon of the Countess

Park of the Concord

Guadalajara is a city with many green areas. The national average is estimated to be around 15 meters squares per inhabitant and Guadalajara, far exceeds this average, with 35 square meters per inhabitant. But perhaps the one that stands out the most above the The rest is the Parque de la Concordia for being in the center, next to the helmet historical. This park to see in Guadalajara is the beginning of an axis of green areas made up of the San Roque parks, the Adorers and the Girl fountain.

Concordia Park
Concordia Park

 Royal Alcazar of Guadalajara

Guadalajara is the reflection of the different cultures that have passed through the area. And an example of this is the Alcazar Real, a fortress of Andalusian origin what to see in Guadalajara. I know built in the 9th century as an enclosure of more than one hectare. Pretended protect the entrance to the city and monitor the passage through the Henares river valley. Over time it has fulfilled other functions and has been a royal palace, factory and military barracks.

 Royal Alcazar of Guadalajara
Royal Alcazar of Guadalajara

The Journey to the Alcarria

The region of La Alcarria, in Guadalajara, is the protagonist of Viaje a la Alcarria, one of the novels of the Nobel Prize in Literature Camilo José Cela. And around this travel novel a tourist and cultural itinerary has been created that you can find here. This route follows in the footsteps of the author during his journey through 22 towns of Guadalajara and is one of the best hiking routes in Spain.This route reproduces the itinerary made, in 1946, by the writer Camilo José Cela, Nobel Prize in Literature. From that ten-day trip through this region came his book "Viaje a la Alcarria". Before, The mystical poets San Juan de la Cruz and Santa Teresa de Jesús had already chosen this area to found

The region of La Alcarria, in Guadalajara, is the protagonist of Viaje a la Alcarria, one of the novels of the Nobel Prize in Literature Camilo José Cela
The region of La Alcarria, in Guadalajara, is the protagonist of Viaje a la Alcarria, one of the novels of the Nobel Prize in Literature Camilo José Cela

Regarding gastronomy, an ideal place to eat is, definitely, the Scorching restaurant Principal Casino located in the heart of Guadalajara that has Scorching meats from its own aging to satisfy the most demanding palates., Anoja both beef and Iberian pork bait field. Led by Chef Mario Lucas, Dishes available land combined with international cuisine. Its menu is based on traditional cuisine with dishes grilled edge. The Restaurant has a more informal Gastrobar area, Lounge Bar and a restaurant lounge for larger reservations. A perfect place for your trip to Guadalajara.