TWO OF THE COSTA BLANCA’S popular Chiringuito’s (beach bars) reopened their
beachfront kiosks this past weekend. We took the camera’s down to Punta Prima yesterday to find out what’s going on.

The much loved Spanish beach bars are a haven for sunseeking beach aficianados, offering welcome shade and refreshments throughout the long Mediterranean summer.

Chiriguito's beach bar, Punta Prima, Costa Blanca, Spain

The Chiringuito on Punta Prima’s main beach is located in a high quality residential area bustling with tourists throughout high season, and devoid of local services along the coastline Punta Prima’s beach bar is incredibly popular and provides a welcome watering hole for coastal walkers.

Constructed entirely of pressure treated hardwood to preserve the natural environment, the Chiringuito’s offer a full bar service, with an elevated wooden decked terraced area overlooking the magnificent Punra Prima beach.

Chiringuito’s: Great value beachfront family dining

In addition to providing liquid refreshment, the beach bar also offers a menu of food including toasted sandwiches, baguettes, salads, pizzas and Spanish Tapas.

Chiriguito's beach bar, Punta Prima, Costa Blanca, Spain

Prices are reasonable too, with a toasted sandwich from €3.70, a beefburger from €5.00, and pizza prices start at €6.80. The ideal place for casual family dining.

Playa Flamenca’s beach bar at Cala Estaca reopened just yesterday, while Punta Prima’s beach bar opened Saturday. Both bars are open for service seven days a week throughout the summer.

 

Find out more about the beach bars by visiting the official website, or click here for a Google Map with directions to Punta Prima’s Chiringuito.

Visiting Spain this summer? Check out our favourite things to do in the Costa Blanca’s beachside city of Torrevieja during 2018.

Photo credit: LaZenia.com