Suflí is a municipality of Alto Almanzora in which 242 inhabitants live. It is located at a distance of 115 kilometers from the Almeria capital. Its Muslim inhabitants called themselves: “those of low”, that is the translation of the name of the town (Sfloy, Sofli, Suflí), only accepted by its historians. The most important monuments of Suflí are the Parochial Church, built on the remains of another old church which took advantage of some elements .. It is dedicated to San Roque and is a rectangular building, with a central nave of simple header and choir at the feet. The Hermitage of the Cross dates from the 18th century and was built in 1910. It is a construction of tiny dimensions, a square floor plan, with prominent corners and a pyramidal roof of tiles with five finials, a minutious and striking architecture that can also be seen in the Hermitage of San Roque Built about 1753.
The current economic activity of Suflí focuses on agri-food industries, small but very prestigious throughout the province of Almeria. Even, in some cases, they transcend the local scope and their products are appreciated among the good fans of Spain. Curiously, the vast majority of the employed labor force is female. The oldest of the place tell that all their lives had been preserved in house fry. The fritá can be taken as it comes in the can, adding oil, with what we have the “ensalá asá”. Or make the classic Almerian recipe, which consists of frying the pepper and tomato with lean, grilled, rabbit or choto. Other typical dishes are crumbs, porridge, pot of wheat, cake porridge or stew. Among the sweets, the orange and anise donuts, sighs and marzipan.