Calahonda Travel Guide

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Calahonda Things to Do

  • Fishery

    Spain is one of the biggest fish consumers and producers. Inland but also in the sea where it allows it, it's possible to see some fisheries, mainly in Galiza. In the southern coast I only saw these, in Calahonda.

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  • Beach

    I was attracted by the wide beach backed by the steep hill, and decided tha Calahonda could be my destination, if and when I decided to spend some days in a Spanish beach. It could be... but it wasn't, and this year I went to Marbella for the first time. The water was cold, and Fernanda found that in Calahonda it was two or three degrees warmer, so...

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  • marbella

    Take a trip into Marbella about 15 minutes away. Gibraltar is just over an hour. The town of Mijas is very pretty. Benalmadena is about half an hour. Peurta Banus has some gorgeous yachts and quite a few famous people go there.

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Calahonda Restaurants

  • Wannabees

    A supposed boutique hotel with a beautiful boardwalk restaurant. Though having stayed at many boutique hotels around the world the El Oceano severely lacks any kind of real class, particularly amongst the often cheesey staff. The food was piled high on the plate with the portions just too over-facing - obviously catering for the English "we do like...

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  • Californian style in Spain

    Beautiful restaurant in the harbour of Puerto Cabopino. Relaxed atmosphere and wonderfully attentive service lets you just sit back and enjoy the "progressive international" (their words) cuisine. The Adult Burger with capers and Wasabi was fantastic and very popular on the night we where there. They're however willing to cook anything you want,...

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  • Fabulous Fillet Steaks

    The menu is never going blow you away but what they do serve is good, well cooked food in a nice relaxed atmosphere in the corner of the El Zoco complex. Between 9-10pm seems to be its busiest time. Superb fillet steak perfectly cooked as requested.

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  • Lovely Fondues

    Very cosy restaurant, not very big.Closed on Tuesdays, very friendly and helpfull staff. They have a great menu, chocolate fondues, cheese fondues, meat fondues. The steaks and rosties are mouthwatering as is the deep fried brie in breadcrumbs.

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  • EXCELLANT FOOD AND GREAT PRICES

    Sunday carvery, Thursday nights are Quiz nights.Very friendly atmosphere. It is a good idea to book a table as the restaurant gets quite busy,There are lots of picures of film stars on the walls.Very good value for money.Own by an English couple. People tend to go back again and again. The seafood starter is great along with the thai fish...

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  • China Town at the Strip

    The restaurant was very nice.We had a choice sitting inside or in a covered area outside. We ate outside.We were the only customers,but we like to eat early and that is not the custom in Spain.The service was good . The menu was.Special menu for 2 persons.1)Rollo de primavera/ Springroll.2)Serdo Agridulce/Sweet & Sour Pork.3)Ternera con Bambu Y...

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Calahonda Nightlife

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    by Waalewiener Written Nov 8, 2002

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    There was a Flamingo Dancing at the Club
    performing once or Twice a week.
    They were very good performing on a small dans floor.

    Dress Code: Casual is fine.
    No dress code.

    Flamingo Dancing

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