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The tiered terrace provides perfect vistas out over the waters to the sunset and the rocky shoreline of Caló des Molo, characteristically illuminated by the crimson rays of the setting sun. With vastly-experienced bar staff serving up cocktails and a large and varied menu offering snacks and main meals, all the supplements to a perfect sunset are on hand at SunSeaBar.
The sunset is by no means the only reason for making the trip to SunSeaBar. A real crowd-puller is the Menu del Mediodía, a reasonably-priced lunchtime menu which runs from 1pm until 4pm. Although changing daily, the menu is very limited, but you are sure not to oppose the 16€ price tag given the quantity and quality of the food. In true Spanish style, a siesta after lunch on the loungers by the adjoining swimming pool comes highly recommended.
SunSeaBar strives to provide an idyllic setting for outdoor dining, and at sunset it competes with the very best on the island to do just that. In contrast to the Menu del Mediodía, the evening menu offers a wide-range of options. With that comes a range of prices, and the portions are substantial so it is possible to eat here without breaking the bank, although a 3-course gourmet dinner does not come cheap. The fresh seafood is the best option here and I recommend the calamares to share, with a bottle from the extensive wine menu.