While overlooking a small stretch of beach and the quiet ocean beyond, on which two gazebo's floated like two roofed air mattresses (for very luxurious sea bathing..), we had a very agreeable dinner. Good seafood soup, my special of the day could have done with vegetables (they were stir fried fettuccine with fish and lemon gratings, a bit on the greasy and garlicky side), and lovely desert. The resort itself looks expensive, well groomed, beautiful under the moonlight, but prices of the food and wine were decent. Kind staff, all in all worth a try, but go for seaside tables!
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