Or Ca N’Anneta as it’s known to the locals.
Royal Mail take note, since the early 60s, residents of San Carlos have arrived here to collect their post and get crunk. Housing around 400 retro looking mailboxes and an indecent amount of homemade Hierbas, we can’t think of a happier way to receive bills, fan mail, parking tickets and love letters, right?
Located on the road to Santa Eularlia you’ll need wheels to get here, unless you’re a particularly inept hitcher like BarChick that is. Don’t be silly and try to order cocktails, it’s not that kinda party: beer, wine, or Heirbas con hielo (pronounced yerbas con yelo) is the best way to go. New in town? Well you'll be seeing lots of Hierbas, a typical Ibisenco liquor made from herbs, it’ll give you a kick in the pants and keep you awake all night, YEAH. Bar Anita sells their homemade brew by the crate so you’ll want to leave space in your bag for a couple of bottles. There’s the option to dine inside but we recommend the terrace, under the trees with the locals. The tables here are notably tiny, go with it, the drunker you get the funnier they become, balance with a plate of Spanish tapas to fully enjoy the experience.
If you visit on a Saturday be sure to check out the Cala Llenya flea market down the road, so many bargains to be had. BarChick bought her favourite gem embellished onesie from here for 3 euros and hasn’t taken it off since.