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On the 23rd of June, BiBo Tarifa celebrated its 5th anniversary. The event, which coincided with the magical night of San Juan, was a true spectacle full of music, tradition and good vibes. With the special participation of Morochos and Mëstiza, the celebration turned into an unforgettable night for all the attendees.

A Magical Place: BiBo Tarifa

Since its opening, BiBo Tarifa has been a reference in gastronomy and entertainment in the area. Its summer atmosphere, excellent cuisine and unrivalled location have made it a summer meeting place. Celebrating five years of success was an occasion that deserved to be commemorated in style, and so we did.

Music and atmosphere for all tastes

The evening began with the energy and infectious rhythm of Morochos. This duo, known for their fusion of styles and their ability to connect with the audience, made everyone vibrate with their varied repertoire. Songs combining elements of flamenco, rumba and other genres meant that no one could resist dancing.

A little later, Las Mestiza took the stage, taking the night to another level. Their unique style, blending electronica with flamenco, captured everyone’s attention. Their magnetic stage presence created an electrifying atmosphere.

San Juan in BiBo Tarifa

The coincidence of this celebration with the night of San Juan added a special touch to the event. The night of San Juan, is known for its bonfires and rituals celebrating the arrival of the summer solstice. In BiBo Tarifa, this tradition was experienced with a unique intensity.

The moonlight illuminated the beach, creating a magical and festive atmosphere. Attendees participated in the typical rituals of the night, such as making wishes from 12:00h onwards. The combination of the vibrant music, the festive atmosphere and the traditional rituals made this night really special.

Here’s to another five years!

The fifth anniversary of BiBo Tarifa was a celebration that will remain in the memory of all who were lucky enough to attend.

BiBo Tarifa celebrates five years of history with a party to enjoy its most emblematic dishes and live music while the sun sets over the Atlantic on 23 June.

Since it first opened its doors, BiBo Tarifa has served more than 280,000 diners and around 20,000 burger bulls.

With its feet in the sand and the sunset on the horizon, BiBo Beach House, Dani García’s most travelled concept, is preparing to celebrate its fifth anniversary on the paradisiacal beach of Valdevaqueros in Tarifa.

The celebration, which coincides with the magical night of San Juan, will take place on 23 June. You will enjoy BiBo’s most emblematic dishes and live music in the middle of nature while the sun sets over the Atlantic.

Since its opening, BiBo Beach House has welcomed more than 280,000 guests and served around 20,000 of its famous burger bulls. As a tribute to these five years of success, Dani García’s most summery concept is organising this party, which will start at 1.30pm with a lunch where you can taste BiBo’s most emblematic dishes, such as its oxtail brioche.

Enjoy dancing

As the sun begins to set over the ocean at 18:30h you can enjoy the best music to the rhythm of Morochos, the group that composes songs born from the fusion of flamenco and pop as main ingredients.

A performance to savour BiBo’s most refreshing cocktails, such as the Roasted Mojito with Bacardi Carta Blanca macerated with roasted pineapple, cayenne, lime and mint.

The night will continue at around 21:00h with the session of Mëstiza, the DJs of the moment. A mix of traditional Spanish sounds to go back to the origin of flamenco in fusion with electronic music, perfect for San Juan night.

BiBo Beach House Tarifa invites you to enjoy this experience to feel that summer has only just begun and enjoy a magical night during which it will celebrate its five years of existence.


14:00h to 16:00h – DJ Hermi Session

16:00h to 18:30h – DJ Villalobos Session

18:30h to 20:00h – Morochos Concert

20:00h to 21:00h – DJ Alberto Session

21:00h to 22:30h – MËSTIZA

22:30h to 00:30h – DJ session Rubén Díaz

The good weather arrives in Tarifa and brought us last 9th of May, the last ”ronqueo” of the season in BiBo Tarifa.

Our chef, Dani García, together with Gadira, gave us the opportunity to enjoy the most representative tradition of the almardraba season.

This evening, not only offered a session on the cutting of the tuna, but we could also enjoy a menu designed for the occasion.

Chef Dani García, explained to the audience his unique vision of how to transform tuna cuts into exquisite dishes that delight the senses.

Gadira, for his part, brought his knowledge of the exceptional quality of bluefin tuna. An iconic product that is prized for its incomparable flavour and texture.

Those attending the event not only enjoyed a delicious dinner, but also came away with a new appreciation for the art of ronqueo and a deep respect for the fishermen and chefs who work tirelessly to offer the best of Spanish gastronomy.

BiBo Tarifa provided the perfect setting for this unique experience. With its casual style and focus on haute cuisine, the restaurant served as the ideal setting for this event.

In short, the ronqueo event with Dani García at BiBo Tarifa was much more than a culinary demonstration; it was a tribute to Spain’s seafaring heritage and passion for gastronomy.

Dani García arrives in collaboration with Gadira, the leading brand in the commercialisation of wild bluefin tuna in Tarifa, Zahara and Conil de la Frontera.

The chef from Málaga is launching the season for another year under the concept “The Art of Tuna”.

On 19 April Lobito de Mar, located in the exclusive shopping centre LaFinca Grand Café, hosted the first tuna ronqueo of the season. BiBo Beach House, in Tarifa, will celebrate it on 9 May.

Dani García has designed different dishes for the occasion, which will be available from 18 April until 31 May at Lobito de Mar.

Each piece of Almadraba tuna tells a story of dedication and passion for the sea. Fished using the traditional Almadraba technique, this product is a culinary delight that forms part of the gastronomic tradition of the Andalusian coast.

The ”ronqueo”

The firts ”ronqueo” of the season, toke place the 19th April, Lobito de Mar La Finca Grand Café, immersed in the lake that surrounds the shopping centre.

In addition, this restaurant will offer a special menu that has been designed by the Marbella chef exclusively for the occasion.

Dishes such as tuna carpaccio, tuna tartar, sea cucumber or rice with T-bone, the chef from Marbella offers an exclusive proposal in the middle of the almadraba season.

It will be available from the 18th of April until the 31st of May at Lobito de Mar in Marbella and at its branches in Madrid, on Calle Jorge Juan and at La Finca.

In addition, on the idyllic beach of Valdevaqueros, BiBo Beach House will hold the second “ronqueo” of the season on the 9th of May. An experience with which to discover the tradition of the southern coasts and respect for the product.

Once again this year, the Dani García Group pays a very special tribute to its land, to the good product and to this delicacy from the Cadiz coasts.

That is so highly prized throughout the country under the concept “The Art of Tuna”.

En Lobito de Mar, nos preparamos para la temporada más importante del atún. Llega la primavera y viene de la mano de una tradición culinaria única y emocionante: La Almadraba. 


Almadraba is a traditional fishing method handed down from generation to generation, which involves catching migratory bluefin tuna as it passes through Mediterranean waters. This technique stands out for its 3,000 years of history on the coast of Cádiz.

Every year, as spring arrives, the local fishermen prepare their boats and nets for the almadraba season. This is a fixed fishing net, made up of mazes of nets and structures, strategically placed in the waters of the Strait of Gibraltar to intercept the passage of the tuna on their spring migration.


Despite its age, the almadraba fishery has adapted to modern times, incorporating sustainable practices to ensure the conservation of tuna stocks.

From the use of selective fishing techniques to the implementation of closed fishing periods, fishermen strive to maintain a balance between tradition and conservation.

Once the fishing is done, the ”levantá” takes place, they select the adult tuna and release the rest of the fish alive into the sea.


Before reaching Lobito de Mar, the technique of “ronqueo” is carried out; cutting up the tuna with a knife in a manual and artisan way. Experience this tradition live with us and enjoy exquisite recipes from our chef.

This is the process of cutting up a bluefin tuna. The ”ronqueo” requires skill and dexterity on the part of the ”ronqueador”, who carefully cuts the tuna into different parts: the head, the tail, the loins and the belly.

This process is not only a culinary technique, but also a ritual passed down through generations in fishing communities. The ”ronqueadores” are experts who know the anatomy of the tuna perfectly and know how to make the best use of each part.

See you at sea!

BiBo Beach House Tarifa welcomes the 2024 season with an irresistible proposition: beach, cocktails, and brioche, a combination that perfectly encapsulates the essence of the offering. Located on the idyllic Valdevaqueros Beach in Tarifa, Dani García’s most travel-inspired concept will once again open its doors on March 23rd, offering a musical entertainment program that will set the rhythm for afternoons on the Cadiz coast.

Under the Tarifa sun, amidst the scent of the sea and nature, BiBo invites you to indulge in the most summery pleasures: the sandy beach, refreshing cocktails, and a menu offering the most international cuisine from the Marbella chef, inspired by his travels around the world. Thus, in its fifth season, BiBo Beach House will bring rhythm to the afternoons on the Cadiz coast with live music and a gastronomic proposal that includes the chef’s most iconic dishes.

A very BiBo menu in Valdevaqueros

From its popular cherry gazpacho, through its BiBo Style guacamole with edamame or its brioches, including the legendary oxtail or its preparation of tuna belly with quail egg; to its ode to tuna with dishes like grilled red almadraba tuna steak or its tuna tartare trio; to its popular crispy Robuchon prawns that stand out among its Andalusian fried dishes. Thus, its menu, reflecting the fresh and summery spirit of the concept, offers a wide variety of dishes that perfectly complement its cocktail proposal.

BiBo Beach House, the place to be in the summer, welcomes once again the good weather while maintaining its laid-back and travel-inspired style, stepping firmly and eager to create a magical atmosphere on the Cadiz Coast.

Holy Week in Spain is a time of religious fervor and deep-rooted traditions. From Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, the country becomes a hub of processions, devotions, and cultural activities that attract tourists and locals alike.

In Madrid, the celebration is marked by its impressive processions, such as the one by the Brotherhood of Jesus Nazareno, which heads to the Royal Basilica of Our Lady of Atocha, or the one by the Brotherhood of the Students, known for its sobriety and solemnity. Additionally, there are sacred music concerts and religious exhibitions in the Basilica of the Incarnation or the Almudena Cathedral.

On the other hand, Marbella, on the Costa del Sol, offers a quieter and sunnier Holy Week. In addition to its processions of the various brotherhoods, it offers a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy leisure time. You can enjoy the beach or take a trip to the old town, where you’ll find churches and chapels adorned for the occasion.

Both cities offer a rich selection of gastronomic options for those wishing to indulge in Spanish cuisine. In Madrid, you can try traditional Holy Week dishes, such as torrijas from BiBo or Tragabuches. In Marbella, you mustn’t miss out on the authentic espeto de sardinas, a local specialty.

Make reservations for dining this Holy Week

If you want to enjoy a peaceful Holy Week and make sure you live it to the fullest, it’s time to make a reservation at your favorite Dani García restaurant. A brioche at BiBo, the best Leña’s Burger, the freshest fish at Lobito, or the tradition of Tragabuches.

Additionally, if you’re traveling with children, Tragabuches Marbella has a play area. Perfect for family enjoyment and ensuring that the little ones have a great time.