As a good hiking locality, several of its establishments offer breakfast to pilgrims from early in the morning (Goya Bar, Hotel Belorado and the cafeteria of the Hotel Jacobea). The majority of establishments can be found on the Camino itself, On the Avenida de Burgos, which crosses through the village on route to the next Jacobean town.
Another place where it is possible to enjoy the first meal of the day is the area around the Plaza Mayor. Typical cuisine In Belorado they harvest magnificent cereal crops and vegetables and offer a sensational collection of garden produce, grown on the banks of the River Tug beside its cold waters.
One of the most famous products is caparrón de Belorado, the name given to the famous beans cultivated in this area. There are many varieties, but well cooked, all are delicious. Other garden products include onions, garlic, peppers and leeks. Black pudding and baby lamb, typical of the province of Burgos, are also famous here. Both the Restaurant Goya and Picias offer good cuisine using local products.
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