Hostal Alhaja Playa

Address: Calle Malaquita, 1, El Puerto de Santa Maria, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11500, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Calle Malaquita, 1, El Puerto de Santa Maria, is near Torre Tavira, Camera Obscura, Museum of Cadiz (Museo de Cadiz), and Coto Donana Natural Reserve.
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      Travel Blogs from El Puerto de Santa Maria

      Carmona and Cadiz

      A travel blog entry by tonatiu on Dec 06, 2014

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      ... to a Neil Diamond song to celebrate my Dad's birthday on the 5th. I watch the other campers from my windows they are quite funny. Some even have little santa's and christmas decorations on display from their caravan windows. They all seem to have matching his and her bicycles and it is quite a surreal sight watching them glide by my van in matching outfits, synchronised beings that are morphed into a seemingly ...

      Sobre Mesas

      A travel blog entry by millarmotortour on Oct 16, 2013

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      ... 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 ...

      Old Vejer and the beach

      A travel blog entry by ruthperelstein on May 05, 2013

      15 photos

      ... and purple amethyst necklace. Score!

      That was enough of town and to the beach we went. This time we found the quick paved route directly to El Palmera, a surfing and tourist destination. Amazing azure blue water and white beach. We staked our umbrella and went for a walk. Very different from American beaches, the women are topless which we enjoyed. The wind blew the whole time so the sun never felt hot, in fact ...

      A Relaxing Day in Cadiz

      A travel blog entry by craigferris on Aug 16, 2012

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      ... which S said, was probably the most important monument in town (so why did our guide not show us!). They had a great time.

      We dressed for dinner – Compass Rose at 7. We went shopping afterwards and there is a group of Spanish speaking girls trailing J and A. Back to the rooms – B and S watched a movie, J and A off to the show – Live La Vida. Then all to bed – we fall back 2 hours to Morocco tomorrow so we should all be well ...

      Carry me caravan take me away

      A travel blog entry by thebests on May 08, 2011

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      ... here in that they date from the Muslim period of the 9th to 13th century. More ominous was the machine gun pill boxes along the coastline. We saw more of these on the drive back to Canos de Meca. Given the machine guns are <130 years old, it appears that the Spanish thought the Moroccans were going to try and invade. Or maybe Franco was just paranoid, that’s probably more likely.

      Other notable points of Tarifa:

      1. Surfing Mecca. Surf shops ...