Solé Rototom Beach inaugurates the reggae summer at the Gurugú beach in Castelló

7 de July de 2021
The official Rototom Sunsplash festival´s chiringuito brings its fusion of music, committed gastronomy, relaxation, good atmosphere and social action
Solé Rototom Beach inaugurates the reggae summer at the Gurugú beach in Castelló

Summer definitely raises the curtain with the opening of the new season at Solé Rototom Beach. The official chiringuito of the international festival Rototom Sunsplash is located at the Gurugú beach in Castelló for you to enjoy its fusion of reggae, committed gastronomy, relaxation, good atmosphere and social action.

This year, Solé Rototom Beach has musical and gastronomic novelties. On the one hand, there is the premiere of a new Radio Rototom channel dedicated exclusively to beach bars with the best reggae. On the other hand, Solé expands its menu with a nod to cocktails, among which the summer 'margarita' stands out as a novelty, along with the now traditional natural fruit cocktails.


Y este año hay novedades musicales y gastronómicas en el chiringuito. Por un lado, estrenan un nuevo canal de Radio Rototom dedicado en exclusiva a los chiringuitos. Por otro, Solé amplía su carta con un guiño a la coctelería, entre la que destacan como novedad los veraniegos ‘margarita’, junto a los ya tradicionales cócteles de frutas naturales.

You can also enjoy quality, sustainable and zero kilometer products at the beach bar, as a gesture to suppor local producers . A product that includes the famous organic meat burgers and the children's menu, vegetarian and vegan menu proposals for all kinds of customers.


The Solé Rototom Beach professional team, almost entirely female, repeats its inclusive profile hiring staff with intellectual disabilities for the sixth consecutive year. In 2017 it became the first chiringuito in the province to obtain the Valuable seal for its commitment to labor inclusion, a certificate that implies compliance with the objectives of the European project On my Own at Work (OMO Project) that seeks to promote insertion work of people with Down syndrome / intellectual disability through the dissemination of practices in the hotel and restaurant industry.


The programming of events is subject to the evolution of the current social health situation. For now you can enjoy the “historic” sports events for all ages, such as slackline and beach volleyball sessions or those held in collaboration with the Castalia Swimming Club. The colorful hammocks, the hallmark of the house, will not be lacking either to complete the reggae summer on the Mediterranean coast.