Chiringuito de aguas blancas


 If there is a beach that symbolizes and preserves the spirit of freedom of the 60's, it is undoubtedly Aguas Blancas. It is here where the Kiosko de Aguas Blancas is located, the most authentic Chiringuito in the north of the island.

It has of valuable not only the incomparable environment, but also the gastronomic offer, taking the sandwich and the salads to its maximum expression with simplicity but emphasizing above all that the products are of the best quality, of the day and trying as much as possible that they are km 0.
Everything happens having as a witness the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, being able to enjoy the most beautiful sunrises.
Delight yourself with the rising of the full moon over Tagomago Island, accompanied by the most delicious mojitos, to the rhythm of the soothing sound of the sea on warm summer nights is unparalleled.
We invite you to try it.



Average price
15-30 € per person

  • Hamburguers/Snacks
  • Mediterranean
  • Beach restaurant
  • Family
  • Terrace
  • Sea views
  • Hammocks zone
  • Breakfast
  • Launch
Raw materials
  • Zero kilometer products
  • Local products
Special menus
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
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