Casa Rural El Olivar
No prices 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?
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
Photos of Casa Rural El Olivar
TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Rural El Olivar Iznajar
Travel Blogs from Iznajar
... We said goodby to Jeff and Maggie of Cycling Country and headed back down, through the steep streets of Alhama. . . On the bike path - and then up the decent we so enjoyed yesterday. . . . Steady climb - warmed us up, I have to say . . Then it was back to the bar, where we lunched yesterday . . . Up another four kilometers or so - this time steeper. Maybe 7 to 8 percent grade average. And that means ...
... I recall seeing on that a query from someone with a similar problem. Some of the pitch connections do not work, but reception are great and they will sort it. So off to reception to explain. Sadly neither of the two nice English speaking ladies was around, but Mr Pinar immediately said, in Spanish, "Try this" and gave me an extension lead of his own, from a box full of them. Of course the lead fitted into the TV aerial ...
... village of Mijas, we were firm friends and political allies haha. I was dropped off there for the afternoon. As I arrived flamenco dancers were in the square and the sun was shining. Couldn't stop snapping. It really is so picturesque but very touristy. Lots of dodgy leather shops and bus loads of Japanese tourists. Donkey taxis and horse drawn carriage rides. I made an interesting visit to the ethnological museum though which was ...
... what was going on. It turned out, we somehow have used up the bucket of 5GB. I still don't know how it has happened, but that's the fact. So, very limited internet for the next few days.
The plan of visiting the local town has failed, but we will be going out for dinner. We haven't really been out in the evenings except for one time in Barcelona, so it'll be a nice change. ---Ok, we just got back from dinner. We went ...
... 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 ...