With a significant increase in guests at the seaside apartment this season, we have also experienced a few “less kind” reviews. I won’t go into detail but it’s not been very nice.
Fortunately, the reflected sunset over the only two blocks of apartments on the beach that reach any significant height ( the town council saw sense VERY early on and avoided the “Costa Argeles” look ) was pretty enough to disperse at least some of my gloomy mood on Tuesday.
It is abandoned by most tourists at the end of September and goes back to being the beautiful, quirky little town, humming with French soul and Catalan spirit, that I’m sure it always was.
Don’t judge her by her summer clothes.
You could enjoy a lovely long weekend here. And the Cafe gourmand at La Noisette is rather good.
Surely the “house” strawberry meringue pie and bitter salt caramel sauce soothes all angst-ridden, event driven self dialogue?