20-11-2021 di redazione
An even larger and more impressive terrace on one of the bays that make Watamu a tropical postcard of those that have millions of travellers dreaming.
One of the few from which you can see the sun blush in the ocean as it bids farewell to another African day.
Watamu's Sunset Beach is no longer a novelty, but a certainty, and the light at the end of the tunnel of the period of restrictions gives the Kenyan coast a renovated venue with many more suggestions.
The passion of Matteo, a young man of those who give hope to the new generations of Italians abroad, for his desire, intention and professionalism, has consolidated the success of a truly unique venue that lives from morning to night, with the highlight at sunset.
Let's start with the location, very central but incredibly quiet, just a few metres from the seashore, the celebrated islets and the coral reef.
Sunset Beach is open from morning to night, with sun loungers and gazebos on the sand and an even larger area to enjoy the bar and chiringuito, which, in addition to Matteo's (professional barman) special cocktails and fresh fruit juices, always offers fresh fish of the day cooked in a creative way or simply raw with a designer touch, and no more than two or three other recipes, in addition to the delicious Neapolitan pizza cooked in a wood-burning oven, with very tasty variations on the theme (an example? Dried tomatoes and pesto alla genovese...).
If during the day you can relax, swim in the sea and sunbathe, pampered by these specialities and by music that is always pleasant and never intrusive, when the sun goes down it is impossible not to take advantage of the aperitifs with special snacks and some new ideas created by Giulia, Matteo's partner, who has brought her experience of "white art" from Italy and has also added, as well as sweetness, a touch of femininity in the details and in the welcome, and elegance to the management. A "total" place, for an international clientele of all ages and joyfully "pet friendly", thanks to large spaces where it is easy to meet and let your dogs meet as well as always having your own privacy.
Because Sunset Beach is also an increasingly popular boutique hotel, a small wonder with only five rooms, which offers the wonder of being immersed, a two-minute walk from all services (and from this year with a larger car park), in a paradise of the eyes and mind, in one of the most beautiful settings to enjoy the arc of a memorable equatorial day, from dawn to the starry night.
In November, the restaurant, pizzeria and cocktail bar are open from Tuesday to Sunday, and from December there will be no closing day. The B&B and other hospitality services are open seven days a week.
For info and reservations Tel.0793858165
You can follow the club's activities on social media by searching for "sunsetbeachwatamu".
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