Food and drink
It’s all about fish here as you’d expect and there’s a great choice of turbot, hake, bream, langoustines, calamares (squid) and one of my particular likes – somsos aka tiny, whitebait-like fried fish. A deliciously salty, crispy snack. The squid rings here are some of the fattest I’ve ever seen and they also do paella and gazpacho. Main fish courses come with salad and chips.
It's as chilled out as you’d imagine with the Mediterranean almost lapping at your feet.
The service is prompt. Despite its laid-back vibe, if you’re not ordering much at lunchtime, they’ll want to 'turn tables' reasonably quickly.
It's on the edge of the bay at the far left end as you approach the bay from the town centre.
Tapas are 6 euros each.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Mature travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- Great views / scenery
- Chilling out
- Nature / wildlife