Parque Marítimo del Mediterráneo
Casa de Los Dragones
The Casa de los Dragones on Plaza de los Reyes is a fantastic dream that has entered the real world. Recently restored to perfection,...
Museo de Ceuta
This ageing municipal museum has a small collection showing the peninsula’s pre-Spanish history, with all labels in Spanish. The...
It’s like every other Irish pub you’ve ever been in, but if you need that Guinness fix (pints €5), this is the place. If the volume gets...
Mesón el Bache
Have your tapas in a rustic hunting lodge. The locals love it, especially for watching sport, and you get one free tapa with every...
Lonely Planet review
This creative maritime park is one of several versions developed by the brilliant artist and architect César Manrique of the Canary Islands. He borrowed the city-walls theme to construct a huge pool deck on the sea, including a grand lagoon and two other saltwater pools, surrounded by 10 bars, pubs, restaurants, cafes and a disco. A central island holds a fortress casino . A pictorial display of Manrique’s work lies just inside the entrance, 50m to the right. This is a real hit in the summer, and perfect for families.