Opened under the new management of Toni this year, Can Guixó is a great bar to visit any time of day…from breakfast right through to late at night. The friendly, family atmosphere is evident from the moment Toni greets you with a warm smile….‘mi casa es tu casa’ (my home is your home) is very much the motto here. Indeed, those who are regulars to Na Macaret may recognise a couple of familiar faces helping out, Toni’s parents Jaime and Toñi used to run the popular locals bar on the corner, El Raco.
Backgammon, pub and snack bar offers everything you could want to enjoy a drink with family entertainment at any time throughout the day. In the evening, it becomes the hottest party venue well into the early hours.
The bar is very conveniently located in the small yet bustling commercial centre of Coves Noves behind the resort of Arenal de’n Castell. Perfect if you want a break from the beach, a stop off after the supermarket or a fun evening with friends.
With three bars / restaurants in the liveliest part of Cala’n Blanes, Jimmy Hill’s is most definitely a place to have fun and get into the holiday mood for all the family. Throughout the summer, proprietor Sebastian and manager David make sure every night is party night with karaoke, live entertainment and discos.
Proprietors Ian and Richard have thought of everything to create a cosy and authentic meeting place from the seating to the pub memorabilia where all ages can enjoy drinks, good value food and lots of things to do – the only difference being the addition of Mediterranean sunshine and a constant holiday environment.
Howdy Partners….for a dining experience that’s great value for money and great entertainment for the whole family, look no further than this lively Western restaurant in the centre of Cala’n Porter.
From the moment you are met by one of Big Al’s friendly cowgirls or cowboys, the fun begins. Big Al’s Ranch takes the unique Western theme to the max with authentic memorabilia and western items everywhere, creating an amazing atmosphere with cowboys, Indians, cacti, faux ‘bulls’ heads and real saddles.