Salobreña is fragant with summer and holidays all year round, thanks to the smell of the skewered grilled sardines, a smell that mixes with the sea breeze and blends into it. A wide range of restaurants, bars and beach bars along the sea front and in the centre of the town offer you their services. They give you the opportunity to savor the traditional cuisine of the area, which is based on fresh fish, seafood, casseroles, and tropical salads that combine fresh vegetables with mango, avocado, guava and other exotic fruit produced in Salobreña.
In Salobreña you can find a wide selection of typical products from the land, for all tastes and palates. We could highlight delicious tropical fruit such as mango, custard apple, avocado and guava. All grown on local farms, they are of excellent quality. And what about the jam, the locally-produced sugar cane rum, olive oil, excellent wines from Granada, Serrano hams and cheeses froim the Alpujarra, confectionery of Arab origin, liqueurs, or the well-known grape-juice called Castillo de Salobreña.
In the local restaurants you can try specialities such as octopus Salobreña-style, grilled sardine skewers, rock fish baked in salt or the traditional fry of fresh fish.