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Dársena
02/09/2020

This restaurant, founded in 1961, is a reference point in Alicante for its quality and fresh produce. The cuisine of the Dársena is very representative of the Levantine coast, with its famous rice dishes, which are its reason for being, as well as fresh fish and seafood brought in from the fish market - a real festival for the senses!

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