Move over Rome! Why Spain’s Mijas might just be the new place to eat pizza

move over rome why spains mijas might just be the new place to eat pizza

No one does pizza quite like the Italians. And there are only two ways to really ensure authentic Italian taste: live in the centre of Rome (if only); or tuck into a slice at Trattoria Pizzeria Da Pucci in Mijas,  a traditional Italian restaurant owned by award-winning pizza chef Antonio Pucci. 

Antonio first brought the taste of Italy to Spain in 2001 after growing up in Priverno, a small town in Southern Rome, where he mastered the art of the humble pizza. 

Today he’s the only qualified master pizza maker in Andalusian, with dozens of accolades under his apron strings – from winning the the famous API Trophy to beating the Guinness World Record, for ‘Longest Pizza in the world’ with a length of 1,142km. 

But it’s not just pizza judges that have had their eye on Antonio. The qualified master pizza maker even served a royal their first ever slice of pizza while working in Olso. 

King Harald V tucked into the signature Italian dish after hearing that a world famous pizza chef was in town and demanded to try a bite.  Antonio’s pizza, it seems, really is fit for a king. 

Try it for yourself in La Cala Hills, surrounded by the best golf courses, in a new urbanisation surrounded by nature, where Antonio has opened his latest venture…

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