A perfect location for combining a view of the sunset with a nice dinner. Make sure to prebook a front row table (6:30 pm is a good time). Service was good, the lamb excellent, and the wine a good match for the reds of the setting sun. Not cheap, but not overpriced either. You find it between the windmill and the castle ruins; an ocre colored building.
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