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Friends & Family, Green, Great for Rocky Coves, Good food, Cheap & Easy to get to
not all the waiters in restaurants speak english
In a nutshell
A lovely place well worth visiting.
**April 2011 - I have been told this bar is no more - shame! but as Matthew hs two young boys now, the hours were jsut too unsociable**
My dear frrend Matthew and his Andalucian wife Marta, own a very good international bar in a padestrianised street, at the opposite end of town from the old town, near the campsites and apartments.
It's a great little bar with an outside patio for summer and Matt (otherwise known as 'The Corker') does a fantastic range of reasonably priced and delicious tapas.
His clientel are an international mix of Spanish, French, Brits and whoever...which makes for a very amusing atmosphere.
I just wish I could remember the name ! (I will find out soon).
Dress Code: Casual
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: Coming Soon
Stayed with friends a few minutes out of Blanes - at their villa complex out in the lovely countryside. Lovely countryside with rolling hills and vineyards - fields with poppies and colourful wildflowers!
Get to see or meet the neighbours - closeby complete with character - with their chicken runs, cats, vegetables plots, junk piles and 15 dogs if they want! Those who dont want their land encroached will put up perimeter fences to keep you out.
Written Jun 24, 2008
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Yeah, not very rock and roll, I know ! - but even in the summer, Spanish homes are designed to keep the heat out. The floors are usually tiled and accomodation can be quite cool inside.
Slippers are essential to ones well being in the cooler months there.
My advise is to take some.
You will be pleased you did.
Updated May 4, 2005