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Restaurant Calabré


A few metres from the Peñón del Santo we find this beach bar, one of the most traditional in Almuñécar.

A large interior, a terrace with views over the bay of Almuñécar that stretches from the Peñón del Santo to the marina of Marina del Este. Here you can enjoy great sardine skewers and a wide variety of fresh fish and selected meats, and several days a week you can enjoy live music.

Platos que debes probar:

  • sardine skewers
  • fresh fish
  • migas
  • meats
  • seafood
  • select wine cellar
  • roast octopus
  • ox steak
  • grilled fish
  • sirloin steak
  • fried fish
  • large tapas
  • paella
  • rice dishes
  • rice with lobster
  • barbecue
  • fish
  • fresh pasta
  • Galician octopus
  • barbecue meat
  • breakfasts
  • entrecote
  • escalopines
  • grilled prawns
  • grilled shrimps
  • baked ham
  • pizzas
  • Assorted salads

Servicios disponibles

  • English spoken
  • Français parlé
  • air conditioning
  • disabled access
  • terrace available
  • wi-fi available
  • celiacs
  • pay by card

Contact for reservations:

958 63 00 80

Weekday opening hours:

09:30 to closing

Kitchen from 11.00 to 23.00

Weekend opening hours:

Temporary closed.

Days closed for staff rest:

Open every day of the week.

Daily menu:

Varied daily menu throughout the week (Monday to Sunday).

Before the Civil War, the grandfather of the owner of the Calabré restaurant, Antonio Rodrigo Merino, ran a grocery shop in Almuñécar. Like many, he had to leave for a safe destination, and on his return the shop that had been his livelihood had disappeared.

Here he began his relationship with an incipient hotel and catering trade, opening several temporary taverns over a period of several years, in various locations
for several years, in different locations; work that he combined with goldsmith work in order to make ends meet.

And this is how we arrive at the end of the 1940s, when this entrepreneur took possession of a
This is how we arrive at the end of the 1940s, when this entrepreneur bought a “fishermen’s hut” on the beach of San Cristóbal and began to sell his first wines during the summer season.

This was the seed of the current Calabré Restaurant, authentic and genuine dean of the Chiringuitos and restaurants of Almuñécar. The oldest of these establishments on the Costa Tropical.

Since then, three generations of Rodrigo’s have passed through the sands of San Cristóbal; fathers, brothers and cousins working with enthusiasm within these walls that have seen so many good times over more than 60 years.

Fresh fish, seafood, rice dishes, grilled and fried fish and seafood continue to come out of his kitchen with the same freshness as always.

In addition to these products, there are now some variants such as the authentic red tuna from Almadraba, matured meats, fresh salads and various homemade desserts.

And to give even more flavour to this offer, the cooking in an authentic charcoal oven takes centre stage, replacing the traditional grills.

To top it all off, all this takes place in an idyllic location facing the sea and sheltered by our Peñón del Santo, the emblem of the town of Almuñécar; be sure to enjoy our sunsets and our live music on summer evenings.


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