No stag do in Puerto Banus would be complete without tucking into the local grub - and there's no better way to sample all the culinary delights of the region than a hearty tapas meal! Find out how the Spanish like to get ready for a big night on the town, or keep it lo fi for the first night on foreign shores. Either way, you'll get mouth-watering munchies that really satisfy, plus enough free booze to get things rolling. Welcome to paradise.
It'd be rude to come out to Puerto Banus and not try tapas. And the beautiful thing is, because every dish is small enough to scarf quickly, you get to try loads of different things without losing out on valuable beer room. Must-eats include the fiery patatas bravas - like sautéed potatoes, but with fresh onions and spiky chilis - and the pincho, a delicious kebab on a stick. Don't forget that Puerto Banus is a seaside town, too, which means your restaurant will be taking full advantage of the squiddy bounty that comes out of the local catch every day!
A stag party in Banus is practically required to try tapas at some point. Make a full-on night of it for a brilliantly relaxed introduction to the area.