Food and drink
There is lots of wonderfully fresh grilled fish (I had some particularly good sardines last time I was here) and they also do very good bocadillos – French bread sandwiches. I also love coming here mid-afternoon for one of their homemade ice-creams. They also have a separate ice-cream counter so you can just drop by for a cone on the go.
It's comfortably relaxed on the terrace outside whilst the dining room inside feels more like a cross between a relaxed country hotel and a smartened up fisherman’s inn.
The staff are very friendly. The hotel is run by a charming mother and her two daughters.
It's at the far end of the main seafront promenade under the shadow of the castle.
Main courses are 9-15 euros.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Great views / scenery