Where to Eat

Where to eat in Competa The constant search for quality and perfection has been rewarded with the consideration of our ''Rustic'' Restaurant as one of the key figures of the International Cuisine in Cómpeta (Málaga) We welcome you to our home, hoping you enjoy your visit.
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Where to eat in Competa
Salamanda Multi Aventura
Where to eat in Competa
Salamanda Multi Aventura
Where to eat in Competa
Salamanda Multi Aventura
Where to eat in Competa
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Where to eat in Competa Fantastic place with original and rustic decoration, where you can taste the typical food of the area and the different wines on the list. The best of all, you will be in great company. We are on the Avenida de Torrox. On Saturdays we serve callos, a typical tasty Spanish dish.
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Where to eat in Competa La Esquina de Miguel is without a doubt a nice and cozy place where you can enjoy its terrace and taste their different breakfasts, lunches and their big variety of tapas, situated next to the car park and major businesses in town.
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Where to eat in Competa Since 1890, this has been the major wine cellar in production that sells moscatel wine in Cómpeta. In 1986 it was changed in to a cafe-bar, to this day it has preserved its carisma, aswell as its winery, that you can visit and go back in time, enjoying a good glass of wine.
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Where to eat in Competa In the restaurant La Plaza a traditional kitchen with delicious typical Spanish dishes and a big variety of mediterranean and arabic flavours awaits you. From our cuisine and personal creations of the owner, enjoy unforgettable moments with friendly service and hospitality.
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Where to eat in Competa In this restaurant you will be able to taste typical Spanish dishes such as callos, fennel stew, kid goat in almond sauce, chicken in Cómpeta wine, garlic rabbit, leg of baked lamb... and many more. We also offer a large variety of tapas. On the weekends we have fresh shellfish. Large terrace to enjoy the sun of the Sierra Almijara. Every day we have Menu of the Day for 7 € (except Sundays and Fiestas). Closed Wednesdays.
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Where to eat in Competa
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Where to eat in Competa Cómpeta means ''crossroad'' in roman language, which is La Venta de Palma, situated on the crossroad that separated the trade between Málaga and Granada, where the carriers did their stop for their coffee, drink, tobacco, and a little chat about work. The antique Venta de Palma, also known today kindly as ''Catalambre'' (trap once used for birds), is well known that way for its situation, because everybody that visits gets trapped.
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