The lavish, Moorish style of this fabulous restaurant is a reproduction of the “patio de los Arrayanes” in Granada's Alhambra Palace and serves food fit for a Sultan. Specialising in typical Spanish cuisine with an Arabic influence many of Spain's regions are represented on a menu which includes Paellas from Alicante, Manchego cheese and Iberian cured ham.
Fast food restaurants were never this beautiful! Inspired by the Levantine coast houses with open spaces, sweeping arches, and blue and white facades you'll want to linger longer with your sandwiches and cooling drinks.
It means corner and that's what it is - a quiet corner to enjoy a sandwich or ice-ream on the shady terrace with fantastic views of the Tizona looping roller coaster.
At Les Gavines you can dine in a typical country farmhouse of the Valencia region, with shady spots, whitewashed columns and honeysuckle. The self-service menu includes, paellas, salads, meat and fresh fish and is a great way to boost energy levels between the shows and rides of the park.
The irresistible aroma of popcorn draws people to the small stand next to Arietes where the Red Beard spectacular takes place. Ice creams and drinks are on hand for those who need a welcome cooler after the all action show.
La Mar de Colors
A typical Spanish 'white village' is the setting for a series of small eateries which jostle round the town square. The terraces, balconies, arches and porches are shaded by giant parasols and form the dining areas which give the feeling of being in a perfect village.