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Cala Bassa Beach Club - 2016 opening

Thursday 17 March

The first green shoots of Cala Bassa Beach Club's (CBbC) summer season are at hand with the opening this Thursday 17 March of the Chiringuito, one of the trio of restaurants at this venue's selection of offerings.

Set in the Bay of San Antonio, Cala Bassa is one of the finest beaches in the west of the island with almost translucent waters and fine golden sand. CBbC is one of the premium and highest quality beach clubs in the area. It is worth spending a day of complete and utter relaxation here, staring out to the long stretch of sea and to the majestic sight of the small mountain of Cap Nonó in the distance.

CBbC's Chiringuito is close the entrance and serves classic Mediterranean cuisine with dishes like fresh lobster, paella and traditional Bullit de Peix fish stew. There's a tasting menu too, which can be served in your hammock or on the beach. The chringuito and the two other restaurants all use the freshest produce the island has to offer and its chefs are constantly innovating.

As summer approaches you'll be able to enjoy all the beach club has to offer as the whole stretch opens up. The CBbC Restaurant fuses flavours for some gastronomic wizardry and CBbC Sushi offers super-fresh sushi from the 'sushi gazebo'. At the far end of the beach is the snack bar with some cool quality fast food.

There are water sports on the beach, including stand up paddles and paddle boats and you can walk among the Juniper trees via dedicated paths behind the beach taking in the scent of the wood. The bright skies and turquoise tinged waters invite and open the senses in this little part of paradise.

In high season the beach will require reservations for tables, sun-loungers and hammocks, so book ahead. Once there, you can relax with deep Balearic beats melodically drifting over your sun-kissed self from midday till the end of the day.

The time has come to embrace the sun at Cala Bassa Beach Club!

WORDS | Julian Heathcote

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