AboutDiffering from many of its neighbours along the coast, Cabopino doesn't really have a central strip of bars or pubs. While there are several welcoming bars on the port, 'Britain in the Sun' places are noticeable by their absence, largely due to the resort's classier reputation – evenings out in Cabopino centre around fine dining, which is something that it does very well.
Additionally, the few lively Spanish bars on the plaza have the occasional flamenco evening and, this being Spain, the locals are all night owls, so there's plenty of buzz and vibrancy around the resort once the sun goes down.
Pre-midday in Cabopino is a great time. In summer the heat has yet to broil, making the resort something of an open-air gym for its health-conscious inhabitants. Surfers ride the waves of the Med down on the beach; joggers clamber over the large, undulating dunes; and there appears to be a disproportionate number of speed walkers around, hips wiggling in that mildly comical fashion as they check their watches and wonder when it's time to stop. However, the busiest bees on a typical sunny morning in Cabopino are undoubtedly the waiters. Zipping in and out of their respective restaurants, cafés and juice bars, Cabopino's army of service staff ensure their customers are kept happily fed and watered all morning long.
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