Casa Rural El Olivar
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Casa Rural El Olivar
TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Rural El Olivar Iznajar
Travel Blogs from Iznajar
... Jagger or Michael Hutchence. He stamped, clapped, curled his hands, strutted and flexed his little bum muscles. About 10 minutes in, I suggested we keep moving. There was no answer. I looked at Kerry and her eyes were slightly glazed. 'I think I might watch this for a little while longer' she murmured. 'Oh, for f@&k's sake.' There is definitely a hippie element to Granada. There were lots of young people around in the plazas, practising circus tricks, wearing baggy cotton, ...
This is the one time where we stay at a hotel for two nights (and where the restaurant is closed). Early breakfast so we could get to the Alhambra (by taxi) at a relatively early time to a) beat the crowds and b) get the cool part of the day. In the main we achieved both although I have to report that the dreadful Chinese have infiltrated Spain! Regarding the Chinese, there were several characters. Firstly a ...
... the highway through the mountains was beautiful. On Sunday, there seemed to be fewer other vehicles on the road. We saw some sheep with their sheperds and sheep dog watching over them in a field along the way. Even got a wave back when we passed and waved.... (from the sheperds not the sheep). The sun is setting along the way back to Hotel Zen in Torremolinos. The views are spectacular.
We decided to stay the night in the same hotel from our ...
... There must be millions of acres covered in trees. The chocolate factory only opens from October to December and the castle was a ruined tower on top of a very steep hill. As it started to rain we didn’t climb up but instead drove around a lake, which is actually a huge reservoir; very scenic but there didn’t appear to be any road down from where we were.
As forecast, Saturday 18th ...
... smelled like in Whistler!) and fields were with mountain flowers. It's funny to see that when you are in so south! We unfortunately didn't have time to explore the area, but would love to do some hikes in the area next time. Oh, and we saw so many wind turbines, and also a field of solar panels generating steam power. Overall, we didn't expect to see so many alternative energy sources in this country. As Greg said today, his impression of Spain is that it is a very advanced ...