Famous paellas served waterside on a little estuary next to the beach in a small town about 50 km south of Valencia. It took us about an hour to drive down from the City, and a bit of searching to find the place, but the relaxing setting and the excellent rice made it worthwhile. Prices are big city Spain (still inexpensive by international standards), reflecting the restaurant's regional renown, and service was not particularly attentive, but it's hard to beat well-executed paella eaten on the water. This place, we all agreed, was worth the trip.
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