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Taberna Santi Santo Domingo
661 21 33 45
661 21 33 45
Calle Diaz y Suarez, 16
Santo Domingo / Garafía
Closed·opens tomorrow at 07:00·more…
|Monday||07:00 - 19:30|
|Tuesday||07:00 - 19:30|
|Wednesday||07:00 - 19:30|
|Thursday||07:00 - 19:30|
|Friday||07:00 - 19:30|
|Saturday||07:00 - 19:30|
restaurant / bar / cafeteria / canarian / terrace
Santo Domingo draws a calm and dreamy picture
Those who are longing for a refreshment stop after a long drive are welcome to come to Taberna Santi, even in the early morning hours.
From breakfast to dinner you enjoy a friendly service in a mixture of Café, bar and restaurant.
When owner Alicia Pérez Cantilla is not there, her cook and the attentive service waiter have everything under control.
Local people also meet there to have a nice chat below the Barbary sheep trophy (Arruí).
When the weather is nice, the terrace at the quiet main street is a nice place to sit.
The menu reflects the rural surrounding.
Goat cheese, wheat stew, rabbit roasted or in sauce are some of the typical local treats.
As a perfect match local wine from Vega Norte is served. Its grapes come from northern cultivation areas. Beer brewed on the island from the Cervecería Isla Verde is also offered.
For dessert Taberna Santi surprises with homemade fried dough balls.
They are called „buñuelo“ and are filled with slices of bananas, apple or pineapple. Another temptation is the chocolate cake you can enjoy together with coffee.
The district capital Garafía and its surrounding area is an attractive destination
Magnificent specimen of rock engravings made by the native people of La Palma can be seen in the patio of the town hall (Ayuntamiento) and right diagonally opposite the Taberna.
It is also worth to explore the surrounding area, especially the coastal landscape with its steep slopes, barrancos and the old harbour. On the way there, almost across the cemetery, a small path leads to a place where you find more petroglyphs.
Further down you find a vast population of balsam spurge, including many old and very large plants.
The region is also very productive. Local products are for example wines of the Bodegas El Níspero and Tagalguén as well as goat cheese of Luna de Awara.
The small town Garafía has many places of interest, shopping facilities and restaurants.