My memories of this lovely little square having live guitarists and flamenco dancers from local schools throughout most of the year, surrounded by vibrant little bars and great eateries have been ruined over the past decade as a trail of failed Brit bars have slowly but surely brought the place to its knees.
It is ideal in location, set uniquely between the main road and the beach / marina with enough interior seating and terraces to hold hundreds of visitors, yet as only a few of the bars are ver open now the place cannot live up to its hey day.
There are a couple of lovely bars there at present that deserve the trade they have, and I wish them the very ver best of luck, but short of the majority of bars returning to Spanish ownership or management there seems little hope of a revitalization.
If I won the lottery I would pay for the music and dancing to return to this most attractive little hidden gem in the hope of seeing the square back to its old self so that I and many others could once again relive those memorable times.
Good luck to the present bars and I pray that, short of a lottery win, the square is better patronized so the businesses here can afford to work together again as they have in the past to make the whole experience much greater than the sum of its parts.
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