Although banderillas, small pickled items including olives, small onions, anchovies and peppers on wooden skewers, can be considered both tapas and pintxos, what typically differentiates the two is something as simple as a slice of bread. The sausage above are pintxos, although they would be called tapas if just the sausages were served in an oven baking dish, the same can be said of the tortilla espanola to the right, an egg and potato omelette. Most of these and the following can be found just about anywhere.
Iberico ham; red Piquillo peppers, usually stuffed with tuna or cheese; cheese with fruit preserves and nuts; mini croissants with meat; pickled, white anchovies; or smoked salmon are common enough ingredients. Irati stands out in the less typical, and more creatively thought out combinations of ingredients.