Casa Serendipity Guesthouse

Address: Partida Daimes 29, Benigembla, Alicante Province, Valencian Country, 03794, Spain and Canary Islands | B&B
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This B&B, located on Partida Daimes 29, Benigembla, is near Reales Alcazares y Jardines, Giralda Tower, Casa de la Memoria de Al-Andalus, and Aire de Sevilla.
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  • Swimming pool
  • Restaurant


  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Free parking
  • Pets allowed


  • Continental Breakfast
  • Room service

TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Serendipity Guesthouse Benigembla

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Travel Blogs from Benigembla

Sevilla Day 2

A travel blog entry by sugottfried on Oct 07, 2015

15 photos

First thing this morning, we headed to the church of the savior (el Salvador) and found that it didn't open until 11. So we headed for the place recommended by our host to have great views of the city. What we found there was an ultra modern architectural structure from which you can see the whole city. I bought a great bag to use at our own Farmers Market there. There was a flea market at the bottom and we shopped a little, but only bought some sweet roasted peanuts, roasted coconut ...

Tuesday in Seville

A travel blog entry by gnbnz on Sep 15, 2015

16 photos

Sent Brendan off to the shops for breakfast supplies, he came up trumps again, tomatoes on toast Seville style. Hit the streets again, and then the highlight of the day for me, a tour of the the bullring! I loved the colours, the decor & architecture, the history, and the idea that it is still in use today and really popular. PC or not, I wish we could be here next week to see the spectacle! ...

Thoughts on leaving the Camino

A travel blog entry by kcambio on Jun 16, 2015

5 photos

I haven't written for a long time! Once we rested in Burgos, we knew we were done with the Camino until we pick it up again next year. I felt sad to leave because the experience was so rich and meaningful. It's the type of journey that builds to a climax, thus leaving in Burgos was a cliffhanger. We took off our clam shells and kind of slunk away, as it felt like quitting even though we planned to stop for valid reasons. ...

Third and final Spring festival

A travel blog entry by razorclams on May 19, 2015

1 comment, 21 photos

... climax of the whole festival comes in the early hours of the Monday morning when the actual statue of the virgin is brought from the church and paraded throughout the town. Its frenetic passing through the hands of all the brotherhoods makes one wonder how it has survived for so long.There is much of the atmosphere of the famous Seville festivals about the Rocío pilgrimage ...


A travel blog entry by razorclams on Mar 15, 2015

4 comments, 23 photos

Well, I'm happy to report that the temps have climbed into the mid-60s since I last wrote, with even a few lovely days in the 70s. What a difference a few degrees make! However, the mucus factory is still in production, so any of you venture capitalists who had meant to get on board still have a chance! I've developed some lingering sinus bloo-blah since my last cold, & am going back to the doctor tomorrow. As my friend Amparo says, "Oyoyoyoyoyoy". (A little ...