La Gàbia dels Mussols
Time Out says
A beautiful spot with amazing views and gorgeous sun-worshippers
Catalan painter and writer Santiago Rusiñol said of Sant Feliu de Guíxols, a town that was booming at the end of the 19th century thanks to the cork industry but otherwise terribly boring, that it was a 'a golden cage full of owls'. Whether or not the phrase holds any truth, it has become part of the colloquial language of residents, and this fantastic summer 'xiringuito' has taken it for its name. From Easter onwards, it opens at the weekends to make the most of the increasing daytime hours, but during the summer season you can start with breakfast there and go right through to the last drink of the night. They also serve light dishes, salads and tapas. It's a beautiful spot, with amazing views and gorgeous sun-worshippers.
Cristòfol Colom, s/n (platja davant de l'Ajuntament)
Sant Feliu de Guíxols
|Opening hours:||During the summer, 9am-3am|