What to do

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From the early morning fishermen are at work in the surroundings of the Guild. Go into the harbour premises and visit the little charming chapel of the Virgin Mary of El Carmen who watches over the dock. From that point you will see the Arguineguin coastline, the sandy beach and the rocky shores.

Watch how fish freshly caught at the sea is downloaded; you will never forget the spectacular vision of this shiny silver animal. Go for a swim on the beach or have a drink or a coffee in the lively Plaza de los Poetas (Poets’ Square) or at any of the many terraces nearby while you wait for the arrival of the fishing vessels. As a matter of fact you will feel like sampling the fresh fish downloaded right in front of you in your visit to the Guild. It is plenty of places to eat such an appreciated dish alongside the promenade.

After finishing your lunch, go for a walk all over the promenade and stand on each viewpoint overlooking the beach, then finish with a plunge in the inviting natural pool known as La Lajilla Beach. And if you are allured by scuba-diving, this can be your time to give it a try as in Arguineguin there are schools were you can practice this sport in a totally safe environment.

Just a few minutes away on foot from the village centre you can visit the archaeological site of Barranco de Arguineguin, recently restored, and get an idea of the way people used to live in the island prior to the arrival of the Europeans.

Also by the beach takes place the Tuesday Market, where fruit and vegetables, local cheese and handicrafts can be purchased at good prices. It is maybe the perfect place to buy a souvenir to bring back from your unforgettable visit to Arguineguin.