If the hills by now haven’t gotten the best of you, then make your way back through the town to the church of Santo Domingo de Guzman, a 17th century building at the top of town.
From here, take in the views again, and find the little passage way with stairs leading you to La Cupula. Here, enjoy a cocktail or two while watching the sunset. La Cupula specialises in great dishes on the barbeque including salmon and steaks, as well as tasty burgers.
If you’re craving something more traditional, then head to La Perlita. La Perlita has recently undergone a renovation and provides a wide menu which caters to even the fussiest of eaters. Make sure to try the cheesecake here. If Italian fare is more to your liking, then La Pala D’Oro is highly recommended – serving up of the best pizza and pasta on the coast!