We find what was baptised by geographer Otero Pedrayo as Gulf of Ártabro, just at the end of the Costa da Morte where the Rías Altas start, opening out to the sea like an amphitheatre. A geographical accident that allowed the estuaries of A Coruña, Betanzos, Ares and Ferrol to be united around their particular history and exquisite gastronomy. Both the presence of the sea as well as the large number of rivers that flow into it make the Gulf of Artabro an ideal territory for tasting a wide range of typical dishes in which fish and seafood play a key role. Made up of the municipalities of A Coruña, Arteixo, Culleredo, Cambre, Bergondo, Sada and Oleiros, the Southern Gulf of Artabro is home to a multitude of restaurants committed to local produce and worthy of the Atlantic Cuisine label.
List of municipalities with their corresponding restaurants and recipes