Gastronomic products

Information about local products

Despite being a small municipality, Mutriku has a great variety of local products of the highest quality. Most producers offer direct sales to the consumer.

Preserved fish

Conservas Condor

Poligono Mijoa S/N P-2.1
20830 Mutriku
Tel. +34 943 60 31 41

Specialty: Anchovy and bonito in olive oil (also offered pickled, in Catalan sauce, in vegetable and natural oil)
Direct sale: Monday to Friday, 9:00-4:00

On-line purchases:

Yurrita Group

Ctra. a Ondarroa, s/n
Tel. +34 943 603 245

Specialty: Anchovies, bonito and gourmet products (typical products of Basque gastronomy)
Direct sale: Monday to Friday: 10.00-14.00 / 17.00-20.00

                   Saturday: 10.00-14.00

On-line purchases:

La Mutrikuarra

Polígono Mijoa, s/n , naves 1-3
20830-Mijoa (Mutriku)
Tel. +34 943 60 41 76

Specialty: Preserved anchovies and bonito
Direct sale: Monday to Friday 9:00-12:00 / 2:00-4:00



Goienetxe farm
Olatz rural quarter 13
Tel. +34 943 60 35 64

Specialty: Authentic queso de pastor cheese, made using raw milk of a suckling lamb.
Daily direct sale

Jams and vegetable preserves

Ondare C.B.

Tenientes txurruka, 20-Behea
Tel. +34 943 60 32 16

Speciality: jams and vegetable preserves made in a traditional way using local products.
Direct sale: Monday to Friday 9:00-13:00 / 15:30-18:00


Txakoli Sagarmina 

Bº Olabarrieta 
Tel. +34 943 603 225

Speciality: White Txaoli wine under the appellation of “Txakoli de Guetaria”
Daily direct sale

Local products

In addition to the elaborated products, the numerous farmhouses around Mutriku sell high quality produce from their orchards directly to the consumer. For anyone interested, the following link has information on the specific places where you can buy these products:

Local products´guide

  • Also, in the market square of the municipality, located in the ground floor of Plaza de Abajo, these local products are sold everyday. Moreover, on the second Saturday of each month (between March and December) “Azoka Txikia” (small market) is held at this same Plaza, where many “baserritarras” (farmers) come to sell their products.