La Manga Club Restaurants
No matter what area of this vast sports and leisure resort you are visiting, the superb selection of La Manga Club restaurants offer cuisine to suit all tastes. Since it first opened in 1972, the La Manga Club and its unrivalled facilities have earned it the reputation as the best sports and leisure resort in Europe, and with its five star hotel, 3 golf courses, 28 court tennis centre and various sports academies, the resort has played host to a number of international sports teams.
Visitors privileged enough to be staying at the five star Principe Felipe Hotel of four star Las Lomas Village apartment complex could quite easily enjoy their entire holiday without ever leaving the resort, as the leisure and entertainment facilities are numerous and include a fantastic choice of La Manga Club restaurants offering flavours from around the world.
La Cala – Probably the most picturesque restaurant setting on the entire Costa Calida, La Cala is set in a beautiful cove and perches on top of a rocky outcrop with stunning views over the Mediterranean. Being a seaside restaurant, the emphasis here is on wonderfully fresh fish and seafood, although diners can choose from a variety of salads, meats and traditional delicacies.
Amapola – Elegant dining and an excellent wine menu can be enjoyed in this restaurant which is located within the hotel complex. Diners can choose from traditional Mediterranean cuisine as well as a choice of international dishes, and they offer a wine tasting menu for groups.
La Bodega – As you would expect from a restaurant that takes its name from the Spanish word for cellar, a superb selection of wines accompanied by cold meat and cheese platters, grilled meats and a great choice of traditional Spanish tapas await diners in this lovely restaurant.
Sol y Sombra – With its poolside setting, visitors to Sol y Sombra can enjoy a refreshing dip when choosing from the light bite menu which includes a selection of inventive cocktails.
Luigi – I think the name gives away the cuisine to expect in this restaurant which also offers al fresco dining on the terrace. Yes, it's all about the lovely selection of pizza and pasta here that can be washed down with just the right wine to accompany your meal.
Restaurant Asia – From exotic specialities to children's favourites, a great fusion of south-east Asian cuisine tempts the taste buds with a menu that includes a variety of vegetarian dishes, fruits and desserts that can be enjoyed indoors or on the pleasant outdoor terrace.
Dharma – Yes, the La Manga Club restaurants also offer Britain's favourite cuisine, good old Indian curry that comes as mild or spicy as diners choose, accompanied by freshly prepared sambals, roti and naan breads as well as a selection of delicious Lebanese dishes.