Hmmmm! Things to do when you get to Turre....my best advice would to carry on!!!!
There are plenty of better places up the road, like Los Gallardos. This has some pretty impressive architecture.
Will update with photo's in the near future. If you really have to stop in Turre, and you enjoy walking; try to climb the mountain at the back of the town. Take plenty of water though, as even on a cool day you'll definately need it. I didn't see any signs to prevent walkers anywhere on the hills, but be aware just in case. As it is Spain, be carefull where you put your feet in summer....you don't want to get bit by a rogue viper.....should there be any in the hills.
Diego the manager welcomes you as soon as you enter the restaurant.
Very popular place, bit smoky at the bar area.
Just off the main road in Turre.
Favorite Dish: Polle a la Roquefort, yum.
Excellent restaurant run by couple of British guys. Cosy and personal service. wide world menu changed regularly.
Relax in anteroom where you can choose at leisure from the massive board of choices
Favorite Dish: Roast Pork with herb crust and Chicken Marengo both delicious.