San Pedro de Alcantara

San Pedro was built initially to produce a new agricultural colony and many of the original buildings survive today. In the main pedestrianised central plaza surrounded by palm trees you will find the Parish Church built by the Marques del Duero in 1866, it is in traditional colonial style and stands proud in the centre of the town.

San Pedro is perfect for the explorer; its winding narrow streets provide a mini world of discovery as you come across various shops and boutiques occasionally encountering local cafes and tapas bars and also some really very good restaurants such as Hogan Stand, Benisty, Da Bruno, Marabierta, Ammo Beach Club, Urban Chai, Flankers Bar and South Cafe
For the historians out there, two points of interest might be the Paleochristian Basilica Church and the third-century remains of the Roman Baths at the front of the town.

One of the highlights is the large walkway that runs down to and along the beach which is perfect for an evening stroll. Once on the front, there are many restaurants and bars, where you can have a quiet meal overlooking the water.