Here’s one of those “you only see them once a year” eatables – a Bollo de San Juan which is a cinnamon flavoured bread roll with a hard boiled egg embedded within..
These are traditionally eaten during the Fiesta de San Juan which also celebrates the summer solstice.
San Juan, see literally thousands camping out along the coast with bonfires to celebrate the solstice, ans ids the only night of the year on which you are legally allowed to erect tents and sleep on the beach. Large bonfires are built and at midnight it is traditional to burn old items to purge any bad luck and to jump over the flames three times. A traditional midnight dip in the sea to wash your hands and feet three times completes ceremonies and guarantees good luck in the next 12 months – the sea temperature was 24C last night so not too onerous!