Food and drink
There’s a good choice of local fresh fish, from steamed mussels to hake and very fresh, crispy grilled sardines, but they also do good steaks. My other half, Henry, and I shared the ‘black rice’ which is a speciality of the house – rice cooked with squid in squid ink in a paella dish - and was delicious. Also worth trying are the unusual but similarly very good black croquetas made with squid ink.
It's traditional and cosy with rough-hewn, bare stone walls, wooden floorboards and paintings and knick-knacks on shelves.
The staff are prompt and friendly.
It's on one of the main side streets running uphill from the bay, behind the tourist office on the main promenade.
Main courses are between 10-20 euros.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Seasoned travellers