Puerto de Mogan is a picturesque little harbour, with plenty of cafés and restaurants
Our family of four spent two weeks in Puerto de Mogan in August 2012. Marian, the landlady turned out to be a very nice and helpful person, I really appreciated our internet exchange as she answered all kind of questions that we had, gave some practical advice when needed and made our booking and arrival go smoothly.
The Penthouse corresponds exactly to its description, it looks just like on the photos, if not better. It’s spacious, very light, clean, with an extremely well equipped kitchen. Those who like drinking tea or coffee will appreciate beautiful fine bone china mugs and cups! And there are also nice glasses if you want to admire the outstanding views from the terrace while sipping some cool Spanish white wine!
The terrace with all sorts of plants and flowers surrounds the appartement, kids can run around, there’s plenty of space and even more since you can still climb up a floor to the sun roof with its long chairs and cushions, perfect to sunbathe in privacy or just sit comfortably and look at the breathtaking panorama of Puerto de Mogan. Kids adored the heated pool that we mostly had for ourselves. On the same level there’s a wc, a shower and a private space for each appartement, where you can store all the inflatable toys that kids play with in the pool or on the beach. The pool and its surroundings were cleaned regularly and the Penthouse terraces were swept and the fresh bedlinen and towels provided twice during our stay.
We had a chance to meet Kathy, the housekeeper and her husband – extremely charming people, very receptive to any demand we had. Puerto de Mogan is a picturesque little harbour, with plenty of cafés and restaurants to suite every taste. We loved a real italian pizza to die for and the raviolis at the italian restaurant called La Cicala, relaxed at the terrace of Mel’s Café Maritime while drinking some delicious sangria and eating a snack, enjoyed some more traditional Canarian food at the harbour’s restaurants. And the most surprising place, with real italian food like vegetarian lasagne and tortellinis, is Gladiatore in Mogan, a little « hole in a wall » that you’d normally miss while walking by, but once you come in and order, the only thing you regret is that your stomach has its size limits!
And now that we’ve already booked two weeks again in Marian’s Penthouse next year, I can send my appreciation without being worried if it is still available next Summer !
Date of Stay: Jul 2012