As the weather is getting hotter in Seville, now is the time to indulge in all the amazing types of ice creams and ice pops Seville has to offer. From pistachio to tutti frutti, there are a whole range of flavours to choose from, or if you can’t choose, why not get them all! Gather your friends and check out our recommendations for the best ice cream spots in the city this summer.
Loco Polo, located near las Setas, is not your traditional ice cream shop. They serve creamy ice pops made from water or milk with a range of unique flavours including some cocktail flavours. Some of their ice pops contain a soft filling in the centre and they can all be customised with toppings of your choice. They also offer options for vegans and celiacs.
Helados Rayas is one of the oldest and most renowned ice cream shops in Seville, Founded in 1980, for 40 years visitors and neighbours of Seville have enjoyed their top quality ingredients and a wide variety of traditional flavours. The traditional spanish flavours are Turron, Pistachio, Straziatella and Tutti Frutti.
Bolas is one of the best ice cream shops in Seville, with a few locations throughout the city, making tasting their ice creams easier. Like the other ice cream shops, they offer the traditional flavours, but what makes this place so unique is they are always experimenting with their flavours and have new flavours every week, so there is always something different to try.
Freskura is an Italian gelateria with fresh ice cream made daily in a wide range of delicious flavours such as Ferrero Rocher and limoncello. They also offer a few vegan gelato options such as mango, strawberry, mixed berry, passion fruit, lemon, and sugar-free chocolate.
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Content Writer: Davina O'Shea