Go there for a dinner. We had an excellent lobster spaghetti (it is served for a group of two and more) and a great local wine. Mind you that the plate is of an impressive size even for a couple. What I liked most about the place is the sound of waves clashing at rocks practically just below your feet. The restaurant stays very busy mainly because there are not that many places (about a couple to be exact) that are open past 8-9 p.m. So, plan your visit or wait by the seaside.
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