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Beach House Restaurant and Water Sports
The Beach House Restaurant is a little slice of heaven, set in one of the best locations on the coast. Take the Elvira turn off from the N340, and following the Beach House signs it is just a few minutes drive. You can use the car park at the rear of the building, and walk a few yards to the front, where you will find an oasis of calm and tranquillity.
The restaurant nestles at the edge of what appears to be a private beach, although in reality it stretches as far as Cabopino to the east, and all the way round to Marbella to the west. Catering for the discerning traveller, the menu combines international flavours with an unusual twist; from salmon fishcake with a creamy dill sauce to goats cheese and tapenade filo parcel. The prices reflect the beauty of the location as well as the high quality cuisine; but whatever your budget, a visit to the Beach House is a must.
If sun and relaxation appeals, sun-beds with mattresses are available in front of the restaurant where you can recline all day for a few euros. If you are feeling a little more lively, choose the watersports centre situated to the side of the restaurant. You can choose from water-skiing or wake-boarding (similar to snow-boarding but on waves!), take out a pedalo or a kayak, or re-live your childhood on a banana ride (maximum ten people) or ringo - a doughnut-shaped alternative.
All staff are fully qualified so can teach you any of the above, or merely help you with the equipment. Although jet-skis are not provided, storage can be arranged if you have one yourself, and you can also be taught how to ride it and provided with the necessary licence.
Summer opening hours are 9.30am to 7pm, seven days a week.
Opens for lunch 1pm to 3.30pm, dinner from 7.30pm to 10.15pm for last menu requests. Sunday opens 1pm to 4.15pm for last menu requests.Open six nights, closed Sunday night only.
Contact number (0034) 952 83 94 58.