Hostal Alhaja Playa

Calle Malaquita, 1, El Puerto de Santa Maria, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11500, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
Prices starting from $52.00

Travel Blogs from El Puerto de Santa Maria

One of my favorite things about traveling...

A travel blog entry by smullen


... singing out front of a cafe. He didnīt have a noticeable accent, so I stopped to talk to him and listen to him play. We hung out at a cafe until they kicked us out. Turns out heīs from England. He writes his own music. He teaches guitar, Spanish and English. He was one of the most interesting people I have met.

Cool days in Cadiz & well groomed Spaniards

A travel blog entry by roundaboutus


... swirls that were demanded to capture the flamenco dresses and big hair we saw last night! Every town has a Roma-Maria spring festival in which the townfolk groom both themselves and their horses and then gypsy wedding style parade into the country for a massive picnic and beery party! Algondanales hosted at least 50 horses and hundreds of parading beauties in the village and we were lucky enough to have ring side seats in our favourite cafe and meet some lovely friends of Liz and ...

Sobre Mesas

A travel blog entry by millarmotortour


... no highrise towers, located at the mouth of Guadelete River. Full of historical sites such as 10th century San. Marcos Castle, bodegas (wine cellars) and original home to Sherry and Fino. Nearby is the natural Park full of birds and rivers. From our balcony you can see the river, fountains and the Salina De Los Desamparados where a series of tiered pools that collects and dries sea salt. Santa Maria is an ...

The Atlantic Ocean... From the OTHER Side

A travel blog entry by onegirlbigworld


... because of its location on the Guadalquivir River until the 18th century, when the changing sandbanks of the river forced the government to move it to Cādiz, where everything was a little more stable.

A few of the things we saw in Cādiz were the cathedral, a famous wine cellar, and ...

Cities of the South

A travel blog entry by alexjasonworld


... onto it, or I'd find myself in some gardens on the waterfront. Cadiz is so small that if you keep walking around you'll eventually hit the water and then you can get your bearings again. The town seems to be built out of a very crumbly local sandstone which gives all the buildings a very rough weathered look. There are some very beautiful old ...


This hostel, located on Calle Malaquita, 1, El Puerto de Santa Maria, is near Torre Tavira, Museum of Cadiz (Museo de Cadiz), Coto Donana Natural Reserve, and Oratorio de San Felipe Neri.
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