OK, we found this place because AlmaMia was closed, however it proved to be gem! We didn't eat here, but often spent an away a hour or two sitting by the sea drinking Sangria. Other drinks are available of course, but the way that the Sangria is made here is what kept us coming back. Very strong and very tasty! It's run by a mother and daughter (whose names we ignorantly didnt ask) who are both lovely people.
Next time we visit and will be bringing friends, it will be on our 'must visit (often)' list!
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