Being a nearby resident I could be accused of being biased about this place, but if you like somewhere a little different then this could be it! This is a low key resort which will appeal to those seeking the quieter life. Restaurants and cafés aplenty along the long flat prom, from Asian Bens at the eastern end of the prom through to typical spanish fayre, one or two chinese restaurants, an Indian restaurant also. The busiest part of the beach is the eastern end nearest the lighthouse - with quite a number of regimented sunbeds available for hire. Go further west for the more casual beach users and chiringuitos offering the locally caught sardines etc. The prom is also host to the 4 star hotel (Ex RIU Playa Ferrara) Iberostar. In the summer the atmosphere is laid back, and small market stalls open on the prom offering goods from books to hand made jewellery.
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