I could just say that, but I guess you want to know why. Gardenia is on the seafront in a hidden bay between the Aragonese Castle peninsula on one side and the Sant'Anna cliff filled with Mediterranean plants and bougainvillea flowers on the other. The access to the sea is either via a small sandy beach or the rocky end, but don't fear there is a small ladder to introduce you delicately to the blue waters of a very clean and calm spot. Also, highlight, there are floating chairs on which you can sunbathe dipping in now and then. As if this wasn't enough the bar and restaurant are lovely. The wicker and white décor is perfect for relaxing while looking down on the wonderful sea view and having one of the best fish lunches you can think of. The dishes on offer are fresh and perfectly served, with a creative twist to add to your day, like a sward fish carpaccio dressed with green apples julienne or the lemon and chilly marinated sardines. Take the taxi boat to get there and back, even if probably you will not want to leave.