Food and drink
I was delighted to find that their mussels are cooked in white wine, something I’ve never come across before in Spain, and much prefer to the usual way of simply adding a drop of water. The paella is good, but, being so near the sea – almost in it – and close to one of the area’s main fishing port, it’s not surprising to find that fish takes priority on the menu. The roasted scallops with mushrooms and Serena, a delicious cream cheese from Extremadura, was excellent, but almost everything is at Los Remos al Nao.
Summer breezy and airy on the terrace, cosily elegant inside.
With thirty people on the staff, a large percentage of them waiters (amongst whom a fair number of languages are spoken), service is swift, efficient and polite.
At the southern end of Arenal.
- Business travellers
- Special occasions