For all the time I have lived in Calonge, I have never really enjoyed any of the restaurants along the beach in Sant Antoni de Calonge, as quality and atmosphere are missing in most of them. Maybe there are one or two spots that are worthwhile, but my preference would be somewhere else for lunch or dinner during a day at the beach. Last Christmas we decided to take a stroll along the beach in Sant Antoni and we noticed a new dining spot: Mundet.Continue reading “Enjoying your lunch with a killer view”
All around the world on 14 February cards, flowers, chocolates and gifts are exchanged between loved ones, all in the name of St. Valentine. But who was he and where did these traditions come from? Is he just an invention of greeting card companies
Let’s start with St Valentine himself
The Catholic church recognises three St Valentines, all of whom were martyred – so we’re off to a great start! Continue reading “From your Valentine”
As the nature lovers amongst you will know, we are blessed in this area with some beautiful nature walks and mountain bike trails. (We’ll have more about those in a future blog). One such walk that begins and ends in the village of Mont-ras is (unofficially) known by some locals as the “Boar Walk”. No prizes for guessing why!
Sant Feliu de Guíxols is a sleepy town 9 months of the year. It comes to life on the weekends and is deserted the rest of the week. But then in summer, this old fishing town bustles with energy and is crowded with tourists and its own citizens, with its Festival Porta Ferrada hosting many musical favourites for 8 consecutive weeks. Continue reading “Kakos Kitchen – Hostal Chic”