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CABO DE PALOS

At the southern end of La Manga del Mar Menor lies the pretty little harbour and village of Cabo de Palos. It is a popular spot for boat owners because it has a natural sheltered harbour inset from the sea via an easily navigable channel. In recent times the village and port have grown significantly with the advent of widespread tourism and general development in the area.

The pretty little port is supported by a range of facilities for the sea loving boat owners. la puerto cabo de palos  
  cabo de palos puerto The presence of clear seas, warm water and some interesting under-water shipwrecks have enticed divers into the area. There are a range of facilities and diving school based at the port.
The local council have invested in a modern promenade at the seafront. For such a small village, there is a good selection of restaurants along the front. cabo de palos promenade  
  cabo de palos eating zone Some of the restaurants are quite pricey, so be sure to check the menus posted outside. The sea-facing spot is so attractive, the eateries attract some wealthy customers.
At the far edge of the restaurant row there is La Navegante. The menu is interesting with a good variety of dishes at reasonable prices. Well worth trying. la navegante cabo de palos  
  pez rojo restaurante Next door to La Navegante is the colourful El Pez Rojo seafood restaurante. The menu is impressive if you like your mussels, etc.
The entrance to the harbour is protected by the seawall. This shot of the channel and the other side of the promenade. The development of this picturesque port has been very neat and has helped to maintain the original small village `feel` of Cabo.
cabo de palos puerto entrance  
  cabo de palos lighthouse The prominent lighthouse at Cabo acts as a major shipping aid in the area of La Manga. It is clearly visible from the area of Cartagena in the west and Alicante in the east.


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