There's nothing more synonymous with Spanish cuisine than tapas, the tradition of eating small dishes as an appetizer, snack or in combination to form a main meal of the day. The latter has become a growing trend worldwide in recent decades, and that should come as no surprise to food-lovers: after all what could be better than mixing and matching all the glorious taste sensations of Spain for supper?
After our visit to the old town of Begur with its beautiful Church de St. Pere and permanent fruit stalls at the back of Carrer del Sant Pere we ended up at the Plaça de la Vila. It was definitely time for a refreshment and maybe even some tapas. It was not like we were the only one who had this particular idea, it was rather crowded, especially at the terraces. Finally we found a table with the typical tapas dishes at the Classic Begur Hotel. We just sat down, enjoyed the weather and looked up to the beautiful facades of the surrounding buildings and enjoyed the vibrancy of this beautiful spot.
1900 Century rooms with original paintings and furniture. Fireplaces. A lot of diferents rooms.
Good quality. Fresh food. Good relation prize and quality.
Favorite Dish: Good Catalan home cooking. 'pa amb tomata' i pernil (catalan). Salads. 'carn i peix a la brasa'