Visited here twice during the Xmas/New Year Week. The first was during a trip to the old town scouting out somewhere to book for New Years Eve dinner as the location is superb to watch the fireworks display at midnight. Visited on 27 December and over a superb selection of tapas and 3 jugs of champagne sangria watched the sun go down. Very relaxing and tranquil location on the hill with friendly, chatty staff.
We eventually didn't eat there on New Years Eve but somehow managed to secure a table for final 2013 drinks just for the bells. Fantastic atmosphere with the place filled with locals eating grapes and drinking cava (local tradition). Certainly one of the most enjoyable New Years I've spent abroad even if it was freezing cold on the hill.
Would recommend it for the tapas alone as they are good sized portions for very cheap prices (garlic prawns- Euros 3)
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