Mercat Claustre del Carme
Just off Plaça d'Espanya is the Mercat Claustre del Carme, where former church cloisters have been imaginatively converted into a market...
Església de Santa Maria la Major
This church was completed in 1287 but rebuilt during the 18th century. Looming at the east end is a massive organ, built in Barcelona...
Owner and comics fanatic Pol will serve you a tasty tapa with one of his range of bottled beers. Sit back on this broad square beneath...
With such a splendid vista from the harbourside terrace, it must be tempting to simply sit on your laurels. But El Varadero doesn’t....
Plaça d’Espanya 2 · interesting places nearby
Mirador Café information
Take a ringside seat outside for port views with your tapas and beer or glass of wine. The Mirador is a perennial favourite thanks to its cracking views, reasonable prices and occasional live music, including gigs at 9pm on Saturdays. Find it beside a short cul-de-sac at the top of Costa de ses Voltes.