Gomara Travel Guide
Gomara Restaurants and Bars
Casa del Mar - Aveneda Fred Olsen 2, San Sebastian. The well-cooked tasty food on offer here at reasonable prices makes the restaurant popular with the locals and tourists. The friendly owner prepares most of the dishes and does an excellent fish stew (cazuela).
La Tasca - C/de Ruiz de Padron 34, San Sebastian. Extremely popular with tourists, this restaurant serves simple meat and fish dishes and prices are not bad.
El Puerto - Vueltas. This is a basic harbour-side restaurant full of local fishermen. The food is simple but well cooked and the prices are inexpensive. Their speciality is the grilled fish platter for two people.
El Mirador - La Calera. Fabulous views of the valley below are available here. The restaurant is based in the old town and serves great breakfasts, tapas and dinners for reasonable prices.
Marques de Cristano - C/del Medio 24, San Sebastian. Try this is sophisticated restaurant which is located in a restored eighteenth-century house. The excellent selection of tapas is served in a nice courtyard and a full range of gourmet Canarian menu is offered upstairs. The rabbit in marmalade; lobster with melon and mint are highly recommended. Prices are high here, as you would expect.
Gomara Bars & Clubs
La Casa Vieja - C/de la Republica de Chile 5, San Sebastian. This is an unpretentious little bar that boasts a TV that is permanently tuned to the football channel, and if that is an attraction, there are also good, inexpensive, fresh tapas on offer.
Cubino - C/de la Virgen de Guadelupe 2, San Sebastian. This is a fairly small, rustic bar with a restaurant serving authentic but inexpensive Canarian food.
Tambara - Vueltas. Try this small bar with its lovely views of the sea. There is a tiny patio and an interior, decorated with Turkish mosaics. The tapas are good and sandwiches and cocktails are also offered here.
Hubalupo Vueltas. This is the only disco in the valley. Although it opens early, things don't start jumping until 1am. Weekends are very busy so get there early.
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