Spanish Coast Nightlife

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Discover the Spanish Coast By Night...

For unforgettable evenings away from the yacht deck, delve into these fabulous dining options, delicious sundowners, and sophisticated clubs.

The city-dwellers of Spain are a race of night-owls with the endurance and fortitude typically reserved for those trained in special ops. Dinner begins very late and sometimes doesn't end until the sunrise is only a few short hours away. It takes a bit of getting used to, but once you've acclimated you'll find yourself in a world of gastronomic delights as traditonal Spanish cuisine is one of the most exciting and highly-flavored in the world.


7 Portes
7 Portes is Barcelona's oldest restaurant serving delicious Catalan fare. Popular with locals and discerning travellers alike, it is also home to a lively piano bar, which begins at 11pm.

Though it takes sharp eyes to spot it, Senzone in Valencia is worth the effort. Located in the Palau del Mar, this goregous restaurant serves an international menu designed with an artists eye and executed with an epicurean touch.

Le Bijou
For the ultimate in rooftop dining, look no further than the burnished terrace at Le Bijou in glamourous Marbella. Look out over the quaint terracotta rooftops as you sample Michelin-starred cuisine that is sure to seduce and satisfy.

Because nights out along the Spanish Coast begin with a late dinner starting around 10pm, everyone heads to the bars around 1am. Be sure to pace yourself because you'll be barhopping until 3am at which point the true nightowls will gravitate towards clubs with a pulsing beat and continue to dance until 5am, when the bars close and they head to breakfast.


For alfresco sunset cocktails, The Plaça Reial is ideal. For quirky local haunts in Barcelona , head to the Calle Joaquín Costa in El Raval; if you're looking for something more sophisticated, the streets around the Passeig del Born draw a chic, young crowd.

Alicante nightlife is vibrant, go to the port and Marina area, there you will find a unique backdrop for pubs, open-air bars, clubs, cafes and exclusive restaurants.

El Barrio
El Barrio, or the old city center, is a particularly good place to go for drinks or a late-night meal; cafes and taverns line the streets, sometimes with live salsa or jazz music. Near the Esplanada, a more modern Alicante features elegant pubs, fine dining, discos and dance clubs.

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