Riviera Beach Apartments

Paseo Riviera s/n, Pilar de la Horadada, Alicante Province, Valencian Country, 03190, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star condo
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Travel Blogs from Pilar de la Horadada

Riding over oranges!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... br> Ronnie Biggs who we can confirm was alive and well in Benicassim had also left that morning to fly back home to the Isle of Wight. With Ronnie gone and the two week festival finally over, it felt the right time to go. Fifteen nights at 16 Euros a night and a fortnight of fun and laughter.....what a bargain! Although we were driving 250km down the coast towards Alicante, we weren't heading to a lonely campsite somewhere.....we ...

Costa Blanca by Bike

A travel blog entry by jamierand


... to Las Legunas de la Mata on our final day. These large salt lakes are home to a lot of birds, including flamingos. However we didn't see any flamingos, just a large dog playing in the water. We decided to ride to the far end of the lake on the dirt paths through the park, when Stopher discovered he had a flat tire. A goathead had lodged into it, so it was completely flat. We were about 6mi from home with no spares. As ...

Christmas & New Year in Spain

A travel blog entry by hicster


... markets once a week. Reception has a list and a map. We chose Almoradi. The information provided doesn’t include where the markets are held so we trusted to luck and drove further and further into the town until we came to road blocks. We figured the market must be somewhere on the other side. The streets were clogged with parked cars and we had to search for a while for a park. The market seemed to be ...


A travel blog entry by mek1


... that the Romans got suspicious and shortly thereafter took over Cartagena. THE CARTHAGINIAN empire was supreme in the western Mediterranean and Rome in the eastern part. The Carthaginians had the supreme navy but their army was composed mostly of mercenaries. Rome on the other hand had a very strong army but no navy. At the end of the third Punic war (146 BC) Carthage was burned to the ground. The rest of its territories including Cartagena, had already fallen ...

Rough seas

A travel blog entry by jedowdle


... a squid have? was one of the questions. Whenever we eat in the Grand Dining Room and don't order dessert, our waiter just about falls over in surprise. They have few customers who pass on dessert. Our last planned excursion is tomorrow in Morocco. We're starting to call them "forced marches". I know, woe is me. Don't laugh if most of the photos on a sea day are of ...


This 2 star condo, located on Paseo Riviera s/n, Pilar de la Horadada, is near Ethnological Museum of Majorca.
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