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Mil Palmeras

Happy Thursday guys, hope you're all well.

I'm just popping on here to show you a few pictures I snapped quickly today while we were at Mil Palmeras Beach.

We popped to Mercadona this morning, well more lunchtime(ish) as we are sleeping in so much lately, but that's for another day. So, we picked up a few bits for the weekend and grabbed one of their sushi boxes for our lunch on the go. fyi, the best supermarket sushi I've had!

After our trip to Mercadona we headed for Leroy Merlin in La Zenia as we needed to get some more bags of sand and some gravel too for our little diy garden project. I say little, but it's turning into quite the construction! Keep an eye on my insta stories over the weekend for updates.

En-route to Leroy's we stopped off at Mil Palmeras to eat our sushi by the sea.

Mil Palmeras has always been one of our favourite places here on the Costa Blanca South. Actually it was one of the first places we went to after the lockdown last year. 

Today we didn't stop for long. We parked the car up and stepped outside for a few minutes to eat our sushi and take in some of the sea air.

Always such stunning views and beautiful colours from the sea.

There were even a few people out on the beach too. 

I can't wait for the restrictions to lift and for the restaurants to open up again, I'm longing for a cafĂ© con leche or a nice cold drink sitting by the sea. But for now a take away by the car will have to suffice ~ but it's not a bad alternative really. 

my spanish vida mil palmeras beach

my spanish vida mil palmeras beach

my spanish vida mil palmeras beach

my spanish vida mil palmeras beach

my spanish vida mil palmeras beach

Have a lovely weekend guapas!


x Heather 


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  1. Ahhh what an amazing place here. I miss this kind of place and view.
    Especially now in pandemic, where everything has to cancel and delay. These pics, gave me so much positive though and thank you for sharing.
    Have a good day.
    Kintan xo,
    EuroAsia Trends & Taste
    https://kintanfashion.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you Kintan, it's one of our favourites. I really hope travel can start up again for us all, fingers crossed! Thanks for stopping by xx

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