Travel Blogs from Garrucha, Spain and Canary Islands

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The best villages& beaches on Costa del Sol. OLEY!, Palomares,Vera, Garrucha, MoJacar, Spain travel blog

The best villages& beaches on Costa del Sol. OLEY!

A travel blog entry by must_travel


... and more. Then we headed for the beach in Palomares Quita Pellejos. The sand was dark but the water was blue and it wasnt as crowded as Garrucha or Mojacar. The best beach was Mojacar white sand and blue blue water and very warm. There is a boulevard ...

Brits on the Rocks, Garrucha, Spain travel blog

Brits on the Rocks

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller


... loon at the end of our row hadn't brought his accordion with him.  This area must be the salad-bowl of Spain, if not Europe - we're surrounded with acres of lettuce fields and hundreds of greenhouses growing tomatoes. The soil is very fertile ...

Cartagena previsto Almería, Garrucha, España travel blog

Cartagena previsto Almería

A travel blog entry by baretto

... el oleaje fue aumentando y tuvimos que cambiar de rumbo e ir mas pegado a tierra, a 58 millas se encontraba el puerto de Garrucha, era nuestra ultima opción, ya que el estado del mar era pésimo y lamentable, decidimos entrar, y por tanto, ...

Almerimar, Granada and seaside commune, Garrucha, Spain travel blog

Almerimar, Granada and seaside commune

A travel blog entry by jilly361


... to all our new friends who helped out with the technical bits. to continue...   On Thursday a storm came over Southern Spain and we had very strong winds and torrential rain.  The rain became a stream that washed down the roads straight into ...

Walk along harbour, Garrucha, Spain travel blog

Walk along harbour

A travel blog entry by chrisandrob


... see from the apartment. There are loads of young people arriving and wandering up to the village for supplies. Went to Garrucha town this morning and walked along the Harbour. It has all changed since I was last there and looks very pretty. Lots of smart ...

A deserted marina, Garrucha, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

A deserted marina

A travel blog entry by sophistikitty

... we left our anchorage, disappointingly, but the weather cleared before too long and we hoisted our spinnaker to sail the 30 miles to Garrucha.  We were expecting that we'd have to go into the marina here, and as we got further up the coast this went ...

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