Lo Pagán Things to Do
I didn't verify but I think that this beach is located in a deeper part of the interior sea, otherwise it would be difficult for adults to swim. I didn't try it, but wouldn't exchange La Manga for it.Related to:
Lo Pagán Restaurants
We had such a fabulous experience at this restaurant that we dined there twice.
Wheelchair access: There is a small step (about an inch) into the restaurant. The entrance is very wide and I encountered no problems getting in. The restaurant is fairly spaceous and they will happily move tables and chairs out of the way to make things easier to get round.
Favorite Dish: Specialising in fish, shellfish and rice, the menu is available in both Spanish and English.
They have a vast range of seafood varying from the more common and familiar to the slightly more unusual such as cuttlefish, all of which are cooked to perfection.
The fish comes from the market accross the road on the dockside which is delivered fresh from the sea each day.
If you want vegetables or a salad with your fish/shellfish you will have to order them separately but the portions are very generous so I'd recommend sharing each dish. It's lovely to try a bit of everything.
Three of us ate there and it came to about 100€.Related to:
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