Finestrat Travel Guide

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Finestrat Things to Do

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    by benidormone Written Oct 14, 2004

    El Puig Campana with a height of 1410 meters is the real symbol of Finestrat. This landmark really dominates the village.

    El Puig Campana

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    by benidormone Written Nov 10, 2003

    If you like to see how an enviroment is changing,you can see it at Finestrat,where they are building it is actually the city of Vila joiosa.Since this picture has been taken (October 2003) it will allready have changed a lot.

    New city

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    by benidormone Written Nov 10, 2003

    Finestrat has a nice white sandy beach everything is there.Palm trees,parasols,cafes,restaurants etc.Nice for a day out.

    The beach

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Finestrat Restaurants

  • by M3li55a Written Sep 8, 2006

    This place is a great local, for people staying in La Cala Finestrat.

    The waiters are all so friendly and will always make you feel welcome, especilly Mario.

    The food is great for a snack there is a wide range to choose from.

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    • Seniors
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    by benidormone Written Oct 7, 2005

    The Casablanca is a real nice place to go to. Very friendly people and the food is excellent. Especially the Sunday menu is great. Everyday they have lots of choice in food and desserts. You can also go to The Casablanca for a drink or a coffee. Its open all day and everyday.

    Favorite Dish: The Sunday menu is great, you get a three course meal for only 8,50 Euro.

    Nicola and Chris The Sunday menu The Casablanca William Nicola and Chris

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    by benidormone Updated Oct 15, 2004

    La Morena was a real surprise, we didn't plan to go there, but the restaurant we wanted to go to was closed. I can tell you we didn't regret it. The restaurant and the service were wonderful. The interior was very nice decorated with some antique furniture. The view was fantastic you could see El Puig Campana the mountain that is 1410meters high while you were eating.

    Favorite Dish: The local arroz (rice) dishes are great and as dessert the mango lasagna was really special.

    La Morena

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