Is there somebody who doesn`t enjoy eating? It seems that food weighs a lot when making a decision about a holiday destination.
Every food lover wants to explore different cuisines and this is why we propose you a culinary journey around Europe visiting the most famous restaurants.
1. Martini Berasategui – Lasarte, Spain
Viva Espana! Not surprisingly, our first choice is a Spanish restaurant.
The Martini Berasategui, in Lasarte, embodies creativity, taste and proficiency at the same time. You can enjoy a real culinary experience eating at this lovely restaurant.
The local marina, where you can moor your yacht is San Sebastian de la Gomera.
2. Geranium – Copenhagen, Denmark
Unconventionally, our next restaurant is a Danish one, in Copenhagen.
The Scandinavian cuisine is not as famous in Europe as the French or the Italian one but, Geranium deservedly won the costumers’ hearts and is officially on the list of the finest restaurants, thanks to its titbits.
If you come by boat, you can leave it safely at the Svanemøllehavnen port, in Copenhagen City.
3. El Celler de Can Roca – Girona, Spain
Back to the Spanish gastronomy, the El Celler de Can, in Girona, is described as a stunning, innovative and outstanding place to eat, seducing everybody with its creative Catalan delicacies.
The Roca brothers take care of the pure enjoyments of their visitors. A great marina at hand is the Club Nàutic Aiguablava, in Begur.
4. HanTing Restaurant – The Hague, The Netherlands
The mix of Asian and French cuisine is the staple for our next restaurant.
In HanTing restaurant, located in The Hague, you will find amazing savouries on decorative plates together with delicious desserts. Moreover, you will get a warm and friendly welcome.
If you love sailing we recommend Oosterwatering Veere Marina, in Zeeland.
5. Funky Gourmet – Athens, Greece
The most important feature of a meal should be its taste. Well, the Funky Gourmet in Athens welcomes its guests with some delicious Mediterranean contemporary food.
In this amazing restaurant any culinary experience is frequently described as “mind blowing”, which is a quite strong and convincing conceit.
At about 6 km from the centre of Athens, Athens Marina is an ideal place to moor your boat.
6. Christopher Coutanceau – La Rochelle, France
We didn’t forget about the French cuisine either and, this time, we want to explore Christopher Coutanceau restaurant, in La Rochelle. The restaurant got its name from the chef Christopher Coutanceau, who believes in innovation and tradition.
The restaurant’s motto is ‘to please you”.
One of the largest marinas on the French coast, Port the Minimes, can provide the needed facilities for a great mooring.
7. Arzak – San Sebastian, Donostia, Spain
Spanish cuisine is flourishing! Arzak restaurant, in San Sebastian, is also on our list of top European restaurants revealing a real cooking history.
The Arzak family together with Chef Juan Mari created a various set meal with a special crunchiness of the food and it also offers a wide range of fine wines.
You are welcome to moor you boat at the local, San Sebastian Marina.
8. ABaC Restaurant – Barcelona, Spain
Last, but not least, the ABaC restaurant, in Barcelona, welcomes its guests in a calm and nice environment, offering true gems of the Mediterranean gastronomy, together with fine, selected wines. Chef Jordi Cruz blends creativity and tradition in his cooking technique.
We recommend OneOcean Port Vell, in Barcelona, for a safe mooring.
A great holiday means exploring new traditions, civilizations and cuisines and tasting new exciting flavours.
Many of our memories are connected with different tastes or culinary experiences so, if you are planning a holiday full of exquisite taste, you should try some the above mentioned restaurants.