Food and drink
The fare on offer here is basic Spanish food, including sandwiches, some fresh fish, plates of cold meats as well as salads. On Sundays, you may see local men uninterested in either the market or church going, chatting over a bottle of cold white wine and some plates of tapas.
On Sundays, this place has a buzzing atmosphere; during the week it tends to be much quieter.
I have always found the waiters here friendly and efficient.
It's bang in the middle of the small village of Mancha Blanca, next to a large car park and opposite the church.
Expect to pay a couple of euros for a coffee and around 7 euros or so for a plate of tapas.
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Seasoned travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- People watching