The location of the Cap Roig restaurant is second to none. Watch an amazing sunset from the top of a cliff with with views to the rough sea and rugged cliffs bordering the small bay of Mesquida. The menu is nothing out of the ordinary, and the food is mediocre and expensive. We had a boring seafood paella with just octopus in it apart from a few small shrimps. An avocado shrimp starter with a few of the same tiny shrimps and loads of thousand island dressing: 14 euros! Lobster 148 euro a kg. Well worth a visit for the views, which are nothing less but amazing, though.
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