Was given a tip by a receptionist to try here, it's on the port with an amazing location (go for sunset) the fresh fish and paella was fantastic. This was quite expensive for the area but well worth it, seems to be an institution here and has a big history compared to other restaurants. Well worth going but beware it's pricier than elsewhere.
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