Travel Blogs from Almeria, Spain and Canary Islands

Sort by Newest Best first

Much Beyond the Sea Monsters, Almería, Spain travel blog

Much Beyond the Sea Monsters

A travel blog entry by sutiramisu

This is a top pick!
1
54

... of orange groves past Barcelona, Valencia and past a number of tumbleweeds to arrive at our next destination, Almeria.  It was a pleasure to see our brave and generous friends who had opened up their beautiful home to us.  We were greeted with ...

Rock Alcazaba!, Almeria, Spain travel blog

Rock Alcazaba!

A travel blog entry by joeljenaturner

7

Almera is the start of our very special route in southern Spain. When we got there we were really put off by the amount of traffic, It was simply bezerk. Turns out it was the start of siesta and all the work haters were in a flurry to get home. But when ...

The good, the bad and the ugly, Almería, Spain travel blog

The good, the bad and the ugly

A travel blog entry by jannettek

25

... a change, as we were nearing the point where we start moving south-west rather than south as we near the lower part  and of Spain.   We travelled further than any day on our trip to this point. This is what we saw.   Huge areas ...

Mojacar, Almeria,Tabernas, La Colahora,Trevelez, Almeria, Spain travel blog

Mojacar, Almeria,Tabernas, La Colahora,Trevelez

A travel blog entry by toyzzar

44

we met with our 4th friend in "Almeria Aeropuerto". first we visited the tourist trap Tabernas . Tabernas has 3 spagetti western movie studios, you have to pay at least 15 euro to enter the studios. of course its not worth so much money , so we decided to ...

dancing it up, Valdelavilla, Spain travel blog

dancing it up

A travel blog entry by skye

10

... say. They seem to serve a lot of meat here, but the food has been really good (more or less!). It is different having dessert and wine at lunch, but for most people that is their main meal of the day. It means that I am drinking lots of wine this week ...

saying goodbye, Valdelavilla, Spain travel blog

saying goodbye

A travel blog entry by skye

8

... guy that kept us entertained all week, who apparently never slept and liked hosting parties at our house. Luckily my housemates (Shasheen, Christine and Buci) were a great group of girls who liked to have fun too! The lack of sleep did take a toll by the ...

You South American folks are good people., Almeria, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

You South American folks are good people.

A travel blog entry by josiezim

2

I am on my way to Cabo de Gata from Granada. I, as usual, didn't do diligent enough research and so ended up in Almeria with a 4 hour layover. Normally I would be ecstatic about this as that is plenty of time to drop my bags at the station, roam around on ...

Alcazaba - Almería, Almería, Spain travel blog

Alcazaba - Almería

A travel blog entry by prixaila

26

Alcazaba - Almería A maior fortaleza  construída pelos muçulmanos na Espanha. A construção começou em 995 pelo califa de Córdoba e por volta do século 11 o complexo murado de Alcazaba era uma bem-sucedida medina, com palácios e ...

Pueblo Ingles, Valdelavilla, Spain travel blog

Pueblo Ingles

A travel blog entry by skye

1
10

... English. So they take about 20 Spaniards and 20 native English speakers or "Anglos" and put them together for a week in a remote location in Spain and let them talk each others ear off! It sounded like fun, so I signed up, and here I am. We arrived on ...

Una historia más, Belchite, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Una historia más

A travel blog entry by warm

Belchite era un gran pueblo en la comarca en tiempos de la Guerra Civil, con unos cinco mil habitantes y rico en la producción de aceite entre otros. La curiosidad por visitar este pueblo nos surgió al leer por casualidad unas escasas líneas sobre su ...

Visit to Mini Hollywood in Tabernas, Almeria, Spain travel blog

Visit to Mini Hollywood in Tabernas

A travel blog entry by elperronegro

2

Ok, so it's a bit trashy. I dont care! I like it! Photo below showing my mates and I suitably attired, including Denzuki, alias "Angel Eyes" Morrod, La Gringa, El Perro Negro and Tinkerbell. Nice thing is we shall have to go back. We have a tour ...

A Wish Fulfilled, Almeria, Spain travel blog

A Wish Fulfilled

A travel blog entry by jackwcummings

2
33

Almeria, Spain Tuesday, April2, 2013 - Almeria, Spain 05:55 Pilot Embarked 06:43 Safely Docked 18:18 Vessel Undocked  On the eastern edge of Andalusia lies the province of Almeria. IT takes its name from its capitol city which lies on the southern ...

To Morocco, and don't spare the horses!, Almeria, Spain travel blog

To Morocco, and don't spare the horses!

A travel blog entry by barneyandpier

Take me to Africa ...

Pleasant Surprises, Almeria, Spain travel blog

Pleasant Surprises

A travel blog entry by haveyouseenher

9

... wi-fi in the three star hotel, so we sat in the lobby drinking cortados (our favorite coffees ever) and planning the rest of our road trip. Almeria was a working class town, industrial, with lots of immigrants. We loved it. There were practically no ...

Our first Fort., Almeria, Spain, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Our first Fort.

A travel blog entry by jklezok

1
12

Our port today was Almeria, just inside the Strait of Gibraltar. We awoke to find an imposing fort, Alcazaba de Almeria, looking down on us from the hill top. Just beautiful. This fort was massive, taking up the whole hill top. It is very easy to ...

Kuelap, Maria, Peru travel blog

Kuelap

A travel blog entry by beyondwpg

15

... The ride back to Chachapoyas was somewhat hair raising after we lost the ability to turn right.  but after jacking up the combi and banging at something with a rock we managed some very wide turns.  Usually had to back upa dn give it a few trys ...

Viagem a Almería, Almería, Spain travel blog

Viagem a Almería

A travel blog entry by prixaila

51

Essas sao as primeiras fotos da viagem, desde o super apartamento até ...

Stront aan het plafond, Almeria, Spain travel blog

Stront aan het plafond

A travel blog entry by sylviaenjeroen

1

Techniek aan boord, deel 2/1000: Stront aan het plafond "Jeroen, kun je eens naar het toilet kijken". Het stinkt steeds zo en de pomp gaat erg zwaar! Het is een toilet dat volgens het vacuüm principe werkt. Dat houdt in dat er een grote pomp is ...

Almeria - Barbara's Experience, Almeria, Spain travel blog

Almeria - Barbara's Experience

A travel blog entry by jackwcummings

1
34

ALMERIA, SPAIN -- The Other Half of the Story Lunchtime made Jack head back to the Central Market to find food to eat. Restaurants in Spain do not open until after 1 pm, and he could not wait. Jack told Barbara to go ahead and explore the old part of ...

An Historic Tale, Belchite, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

An Historic Tale

A travel blog entry by warm

14

... the ruins we´d spotted in the distance. Whilst trying to take photos of an attractive ceramic sundial, an elderly gentleman approached and realising we weren´t from Belchite, wanted to know what had brought us. After hearing that we wanted to know more ...

Not so hot and sunny Mediterranean, Almeria, Spain travel blog

Not so hot and sunny Mediterranean

A travel blog entry by kristinj

2
5

... place to stay before we go to Sevilla for the Big Semana Santa festival!!!  However, because the festival is going throughout all of Spain and because it is "holiday" for most of Europe many places are booked up, expensive, or not a place we can get ...

customs, Valdelavilla, Spain travel blog

customs

A travel blog entry by skye

8

... ritual of bull-fighting, the Flamenco dance (including the Sevillana from Andalucia), Quiemada, paella, and so much other information about Spain and the life here (including great places to visit). Antonio even tried to teach some of the girls to dance, ...

Spain again, Almeria, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Spain again

A travel blog entry by 50odd

13th October 2008 Camping Roquetas, Costa Almeria The winds and dust have gone The roaring winds and dusty haze has gone now but that means the mosquitoes were out in force last night, so much so we had to retire to the tent. Even the ...

Alicante and Almeria, Almeria, Spain travel blog

Alicante and Almeria

A travel blog entry by lukeandbelinda

8
6

... ; We were overlooking another cathedral, what is God trying to tell us? The next morning we had to leave to come to Almeria, a five hour bus ride followed with Luke reading more of his book and I watched another Spanish subtitled movie – GI ...

almeria - alcolea, Almería, Spain travel blog

almeria - alcolea

A travel blog entry by prixaila

31

fotos de ...

2 Chickens and a Parrot Safey Delivered by Falcon, Almeria, Spain travel blog

2 Chickens and a Parrot Safey Delivered by Falcon

A travel blog entry by chickensafloat

1
10

... are now moored in a quiet part of the marina underneath really impressive craggy cliffs, which are lit up at night.   Almeria Waking to a sunny morning and, of course, no wind, we headed for the bus stop to catch the bus into Almeria. We had the ...

De thuisreis van Fons, Almeria, Spain travel blog

De thuisreis van Fons

A travel blog entry by sylviaenjeroen

2
7

... hij een weekje als eerste bezoeker bij ons aan boord was geweest. Hij voer in September mee op Netjer van Alicante tot Almeria. Omdat we aanvankelijk bedacht hadden dat ik mee zou varen tot aan Malaga, had ik mijn terugvlucht ook vanaf deze Zuidspaanse ...

Almeria, Almeria, Spain travel blog

Almeria

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin

3

We were rather spoilt by Alicante and Almeria didn't seem quite as nice.   It was very similar – an old town with narrow streets, a Cathedral and a hill-top fortress.    The Cathedral was interesting in that it was a mix of ...

Almeria, Almeria, Spain travel blog

Almeria

A travel blog entry by onsixwheels

27

... to take a turd.    the coast changed... no more busy resorts.  we hit farm country.  southern spain style,  coastal plastic tarp farming. it's the growing capital for all of europe during the winter season.  the most ...

Short stopover, Almeria, Spain travel blog

Short stopover

A travel blog entry by adamz

50

... me some more time to think about what I wanted to do, I decided to stay the night and visit the cathedral and castle in Almeria. Quite half day of walking around the castle which I liked and which had some nice views of the surrounding area. Also ...

Sort by Newest Best first