The many pretty cafés, including on the seafront with views of the yachts and fishing boats, invite you to take a break. The Mediterranean restaurants serve everything you could wish for in Spanish cuisine, from tapas to fried sole. The town, meanwhile, has adapted to its international clientele and also offers Italian and Indian cuisine.
If your schedule permits, it is worth visiting Puerto de Mogán on Fridays when the big weekly market takes place. The colourful offer includes: flowers, fruits and vegetables, but also local Canarian, Spanish, and also African handicraft products, clothes, and souvenirs.