January 4, 2017

The coastline in and around Ribadesella is a mixture of large sandy beaches and smaller coves. Playa de Vega is a large, very unspoiled spot just outside this sidra obsessed  picturest town.

A café bar and snack kiosk provide drinks and ice creams

but for a special lunch there try this superb fish restaurant.

All the staples are there,

Almejas (clams)

Gambas (prawns)

Sardinas (sardines)

Cetollu (spider crab)

Pulpo a feria (octopus in the style of the fair)

Calamares a la planch (grilled squid)

Lenguado (sole)

Bonito (tuna)

Rodaballo (turbut)

Murluza (hake)

Dorada (gilthead bream)

Cola de Pixín (various baked or grilled fish)

Set on the edge of the sprawling sand dunes with views down to the beach and Atlantic

There is paid for parking by the beach or free parking behind the restaurant for customers. 

Have with a nice chilled white wine from the extensive wine list. Service is attentive and the fish and seafood all freshly caught.Only fish and seafood is available here, no meat or rice dishes.


Expect around €60pp if you have a lot of fish.

Playa de Vega, 84, 33560, Ribadesella, Asturias

+34 65 906 11 24 or +34 98 586 08 63




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