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We had a delightful visit here. We walked over from Puerto de Santiago which is a twenty minute strole and well sign posted. The harbour is a truly peaceful place with plenty of restaurants and bistros all the way to the end. On our return...More
As other people have said, the marina is very pretty, well kept and functional.
Many boat trips depart here regularly which keeps the harbor quite busy.
There are high walls on 3 sides which restrict the views quite a lot which is a shame.
This area is very hilly and unless you can park close to the harbour be prepared for a steep walk. This time we were able to park on the harbour side. After a good tapas lunch we had a walk around the harbour. A very...More
The port is a highly functional and protective harbour for small vessels and yachts. The high walls on 3 sides that are not accessible to walk around enclose and restrict the greater view. The one area where walking and sitting is available is spoiled by...More
We probably didn’t choose the best day to visit as the wind was howling, it was raining and the water was really rough.
We wandered along the row of shops and restaurants but only saw one café which was open. There were a few shops...More
Wandered down to the port on numerous occasions,interesting collection of sports boats,and one bonus for us,a working boat flying our Cornish flag,( we from Kernow).a goodly selection of restaurants fringe the port,with a few retail shops as well.
Went on a boat trip from here for 2 hours out into the open sea. Was $15 each and included a snack and a beer.
Saw some bottle nose dolphins and got a chance to swim in the sea.
Perfect day trip for anyone visiting!
So we stayed here first week in January. Lovely harbour area, albeit a fairly steep walk down.
Few restaurants on the quayside with a nice view.
My husband enjoyed feeding the fish.
Only disappointment was the weather. After speaking with people on the way home...More
Hi, The port of Los Gigantes is about a 20 minute walk away. You can take the lovely coastal path and avoid the hill and this takes you straight in to Los Gigantes and then you can walk through the village ( lots of shops... More
Hi, The port of Los Gigantes is about a 20 minute walk away. You can take the lovely coastal path and avoid the hill and this takes you straight in to Los Gigantes and then you can walk through the village ( lots of shops and restaurants ) down to the harbour. The harbour is great for bars restuarants and trips to watch the whales and dolphins. Hope this helps. Jim E