Food and drink
There is lots of fresh fish with a large choice of different fish and seafood. Last time I was there, I had some very good grilled sardines and whitebait followed by one of their specialities – fideua (like a paella, but with noodles instead of the rice).
There is a simple gingham-table clothed terrace overlooking the marina with a high ceilinged, old-fashioned interior lined with old paintings.
The service is old-school and prompt with friendly, avuncular waiters rushing around in black trousers and white shirts.
As above, it faces the beach and marina on the main seafront promenade.
It's 30-40 euros per head for three courses. Prices are high for Spain but then you’re paying for the prime sea-front location.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Mature travellers
- Sporty types
- People watching
- Chilling out