The Repsol Guide introduces its 300 new “soletes” (sun icons) that recommend exploring small towns with delightful gastronomy this summer. These charming establishments can be found in beach bars, ice cream parlors, restaurants, bars, and roadside stalls across Spain, including the Canary Islands. The archipelago boasts over fifteen exceptional establishments worth mentioning.
In the province of Las Palmas, notable recommendations include La SEDe in Playa Honda, El Boya in Arguineguín, Etiopico in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Er Cuchitrí de José Luis in Arrecife, La Luna in Arrecife, Kiosco Bar Las Naves in Puerto del Rosario, Pizzeria Da Gigi in Arrecife, Bar Tin Tan in Arrecife, and Yeray Reyes in Santa Lucía de Tirajana.
Moving to the western province, the guide suggests visiting Manglar in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Gastro Lercaro in La Orotava, Kiosko La Zamora in Fuencaliente, El Aljibe in San Cristóbal de La Laguna, El Bistró de Antonio Aguiar in Puerto de la Cruz, Habatonka Factoría Dulce in La Orotava, Il Gelato dil Mercato in Arona, and Pastelería David Rodríguez in Puerto de la Cruz.
The guide highlights places with sea views, emphasizing the magic of summer sunsets. According to Repsol’s website, “The coast, refreshing cuisine, and the possibility of dining outdoors in any situation are the stars of this list designed to enjoy summer every day.” So, indulge in these recommended establishments and savor the delightful flavors while basking in the beautiful coastal scenery.