The word “almadraba” comes from Arabic and means the place to strike or fight. It is a fishing art used by the Phoenicians along the coasts of Cádiz and then later by the Romans. The almadraba is a perfect example of sustainable fishing, only the tuna are caught, and only the biggest of them are kept, the others are returned to the ocean. The catch depends on climatological factors, there is no waste, and no over-fishing.
We manage to offer our Almadraba Wild Red Tuna all year long keeping all its characteristics as freshly caught.
Our almadraba red wild tuna Gadira” (Thunnus Thynnus) proceed from Barbate, Cadiz. You will love it!