Suflí is one of the smallest towns in the Almanzora region and like all small municipalities, it has a certain charm for the visitor.
I invite you to take a nice tour of the town, letting yourself be carried away by its narrow streets. You will find very original corners.
At the entrance to the town you have two canneries to the right and left, they are the benchmark for the well-known “Fritada de Suflí“, which more than being a fry is really a salad of roasted peppers and tomatoes that was traditionally used with meat to make a fry and hence its name. If you have not tried it, do not miss the opportunity to take this magnificent delicacy. If you visit the town during the week, you can hire, if you wish, a guided visit to the “Fritada de Suflí“ with a tasting.
After passing the canning factories, you can see on the right the Ermita de San Roque, a recently renovated historic hermitage.