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Mission Impossible: ......a traditional Spanish fishing village?

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Am I still dreaming of a quaint, rustic fishing village on the Med where I can stay in a simple hotel, sit on my balcony, gaze out over the small fleet of fishing boats and wander down to wharf and eat paella?

I've been searching the web and all I can find are miles and miles of multi-storey resort hotels.

Are there still authentic Spanish fishing villages to explore?

Your suggestions would be most apprecaited.

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