Food and drink
Their cocktail list is extensive (I had a great caipirinha and the mojitos are particularly good) or there’s beer and wine. They also do coffee, teas, hot chocolate and milk shakes, as well as breakfast, homemade cakes and Spanish style boccadillo sandwiches made with pan con tomate – French bread with pureed tomatoes and olive oil and either tuna, cheese or jamon Serrano.
It's very laid back with an almost hippyish vibe. I like coming here for an afternoon coffee and just sitting looking out to the bay, reading the paper or people watching.
It's prompt, young and hip with some of the friendliest staff in Cadaqués.
It's on a tiny little plaza towards the right hand end of the bay. If you’re facing the sea, follow the main seafront promenade along the harbour.
Tables to book
Cocktails are about seven euros each, and bocadillos around five euros.
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Great views / scenery
- People watching
- Chilling out