A nice place for lunch

Abahana Villas - Ancient photograph of the Baydal restaurant in Calpe.
Baydal restaurant

Considered to be the longest-standing restaurant in Calpe, it has since 1941 been serving up the finest traditional local Mediterranean cuisine using the very best ingredients: fresh fish, seafood plucked straight out of the Bay of Calpe and rice dishes are its specialities.

La Costera - Interior of the restaurant La Costera in Altea.
Restaurant La Costera de Altea

The restaurant combines the very best of Mediterranean and French cuisine combined to perfection by the chef Pascal. The dishes on offer include such options as Burgundy Snails, Crêpe Gratin with Porcini and Black Truffle Oil and Monkfish with Fresh Herbs, with a select wine list providing the accompaniment.

Abahana Villas - Views from the Cantal restaurant in Calpe.
Restaurant El Cantal

Enjoying a privileged setting in the Port of Calpe, with views of the Peñón de Ifach, this recently founded but accomplished restaurant serves up delicious dishes including in particular Iberian pork top loin and casseroled pork cheeks, as well as such rice dishes as "arròs del senyoret" (fish paella with shelled seafood), rice with lobster... delicious whichever way it is presented. “El Cantal” offers mouthwatering cuisine at affordable prices in an unrivalled setting.

Abahana Villas - Restaurant Oustau sunroom in Altea.
Restaurant Oustau in Altea

One of the most elegant and sophisticated restaurants on the Costa Blanca. Set in a building more than 200 years old, it has an intoxicatingly Mediterranean atmosphere full of colour, aromas and luminosity which, combined with its outstanding professional staff, will make a soirée here the very best way to round off a visit to the old part of the beautiful town of Altea.

Last events

Abahana Villas - Detail of the clothes of the Moors and Christians in Moraira.

Moraira

from June 10, 2025 to June 16, 2025
Moors and Christians in Moraira

A week of festivities, gala parades, conquests and reconquests bring the streets of Moraira to fever pitch, coinciding as they do with the start of the tourist season and the celebration of one of this Alicante town's most deeply rooted festivals: the Moors and Christians Festival.