Whe are in Granada > Las Conchas
In Baza, north of the province of Granada, the Jardines Las Conchas restaurant you can sample the typical products of our land. Some cooked in the traditional way, others reinvented in our kitchen, but all looking delight the palate of the diner.
The restaurant was born in the early summer of 2004. After years in the hospitality Ana Martínez Martínez and Julio Francisco decided to give one of the most important steps of his life and opened Jardines Las Conchas.
The team is completed by a staff whose priority is to make you feel at home, offering a service that pays attention to detail.
A place to realize their dreams and enjoy the local cuisine.
The new facilities Restaurante Las Conchas, are designed to achieve maximum comfort and customer satisfaction.
With over 3,500 square meters of total area, the distribution of space between the halls, gardens, parking and kitchens are designed for maximum quality and efficiency in presentation and service of our cuisine.
The fundamentals of our extensive Charter are based mainly on local, national and Mediterranean cuisine with delicious nods to the international, current and signature cuisine, but always faithful to the legacy culinary heritage.
National Meat, fish and seafood from around the Spanish coast, seasonal produce, delicacies from land, vegetables and fruits from the garden, are the fundamental basis of our creations, recipes, snacks and tapas; complement the Charter, a carefully selected Bodega: red, white, pink, fragrant, sparkling ..., DO, local and regional.
Baza, our people.
Northeast of the province of Granada we find a city of great cultural and natural heritage: Baza.
Its name comes from the fourth century BC, when an Iberian village founded here the city of Basti. In Roman times we find vestiges such as the famous Lady of Baza, the original has been in the Archaeological Museum in Madrid and the Ibero-Roman city of Basti and two necropolis.
Arabs also left their mark on our city and can be visited the very well preserved Arab baths. Baza was the last city of the Kingdom of Granada by the Catholic Monarchs conquered.
Must is the Natural Park of the Sierra de Baza. In it we can go from desert areas badlands type, unto the plain, watered by springs as Seven Springs or the Fountain of San Juan.