In Duquesa, the marina seafront is lined with cafés, bars and restaurants, so you’re well and truly spoilt for choice. Because this is something of an undiscovered gem, there aren’t too many tourists around, meaning you can explore a range of authentic Spanish restaurants, showcasing traditional dishes.
Blue Flag Beaches
Sandwiched between two gorgeous Blue Flag beaches, Duquesa is a great place to get your fill of sand and sea. Head to Playa El Castillo and lay down your towel to catch those rays. To the east of Duquesa, you’ll find Playa Sabinillas, a 2km long beach where there’s plenty of room to relax.
Master the waves
The port of Duquesa is the perfect place to start a water-based adventure. From snorkelling to catamaran trips, there’s plenty of fun-filled experiences on offer. The marina’s also speckled with quaint cafés so pull up a pew and watch the world go by.