There’s only one time of the year when Rincon de la Victoria pubs and bars can really make a killing. During summer, when the tourists and party people arrive, these establishments spring to life. Here are some pubs and bars that are most frequented:
Casa Diego - Situated in Cala del Moral, a small community about 3 km west of Rincon de la Victoria, this resto bar serves a wide variety of seafood and other kinds of Mediterranean cuisine. They’ve got a nice terrace facing the ocean, so you can chat, dine, and drink with your companions as the soothing Mediterranean breeze blows by. (phone: 952 404 693)
Polinesian Bar Aloha - You’ll find this place with a thatch-roofed (made up of straw) terrace at the intersection of Av. de Malaga and Avenida de Manuel Altolaguirre. It’s a fenced property with a prominent white and yellow sign jutting out the corner of the street. They serve muscat wine and have a wide selection of delectable tapas. (phone: 952 408 351)
The Temple Bar - Located along the scenic Avenida del Mediterráneo, this establishment takes pride in being dubbed a Guinnes Official Irish Pub. They also feature live band music here. (phone: 952 973 929).
La Galeria Cafe Bar - If you’re they type who prefers a relatively tranquil atmosphere while drinking your choice of alcoholic beverage, this place should be appropriate to your tastes. Located along Avenida del Mediterraneo, La Galeria exudes an executive-like ambiance. (phone: 952 972 129)
Konarte - A walk along the middle segment of Paseo Maritimo Virgen del Carmen will lead you to this restobar. You may choose to drink either inside the premises or beside the street, where you can sample the Mediterranean breeze. (phone: 952 408 877)
There are actually many more pubs and bars in Rincon de la Victoria. Most of the good ones are found near the beach. Drinks are typically best enjoyed with mouth-watering tapas. These are bite-sized finger-foods that are either served as appetizers or snacks. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to get some of these for free.