Closed on Sundays
An exhibition of Silbo Gomero, the whistling language
Let yourself be conquered by the atmosphere of a typical La Gomera restaurant named after the village where it is located, Las Rosas, an idyllic setting barely a kilometre from Agulo, with magnificent views of the majestic Mount Teide volcano and the island of Tenerife.
There are many reasons for including Las Rosas Restaurant in your visit to La Gomera, one of which is the fact that the island’s typical cuisine is taken to new heights in this place.
A wide variety of à la carte dishes are offered to delight your palate. And before you leave, stop at its ‘speciality shop’ to take home the best Canarian flavours.
Don’t forget to try the typical drink, the Gomerón, and to visit the amazing terrace with views of the neighbouring island of Tenerife and Mount Teide.
The restaurant also hosts an exhibition of Silbo Gomero, an unspoken native language declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Restaurant opening hours:
From 12 a.m. to 3.30p.m. (closed on Sundays)
Pre-booking recommended on tel. +34 922 800 916
Address: Las Rosas, Agulo How to get there by car