Before describing my visit to the bay, I keep asking myself why is it called Zaitunay (Ø²ÙŠØªÙˆÙ†Ø§ÙŠ) ? How is that the English translation of Ø²ÙŠØªÙˆÙ†ÙŠ or even Ø²ÙŠØªÙˆÙ†Ø©?
Anyway, I finally visited Zaitunay bay on Monday night and I loved the place. As you can see from the picture above, It’s a very nice place to take a walk and enjoy a fine dinner. I didn’t try any of the restaurants there yet but you can read about them [Here].
Not all restaurants are open yet. The ones that caught my attention are Croc Magnon, a steak house opened by the same people behind Brgr Co, St. Elmo’s which is a seaside brasserie, Salmontini a seafood restaurant, and Classic Burger Joint which was pretty packed.
During winter time, I don’t think many people will be walking on the Zaitunay bay as it’s getting very cold, however in summer time the bay promises to be packed at all time. The wooden dock is relatively small right now but there are plans to extend it as you can see [Here].
On a last note, ladies going in high heels will have a hard time walking on the wooden dock.