Hostal La Luna

Calle La Luna 7, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
Prices starting from $57.00
 

Travel Blogs from Málaga

Visit of Marbella and Torremolinos for a day

A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea

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... to the parking, getting our car and drive to Torremolinos which was on the way back to Malaga. In Torremolinos we parked our car in a underground parking and walked down to the boulevard which followed the beach for kilometers. It was nice cause there were all small shops and trendy bars build on and aside a beautiful beach. We had something to drink on a terrace and walked for about an hour, than we walked back through the old part of the ...

Sinfully delightful day on the beach!

A travel blog entry by travelswithelsa

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... the water a comfortable temperature. However, when I tried to get into the waves, the sand changed to small pebbles under my feet, very hard to balance on and the water plunged suddenly from shallow to deep. The surf was also a little rough, so I had a very short dip!

We managed to raise ourselves for a leisurely lunch of scrumptious provolone cheese fried in ...

HOT

A travel blog entry by gings2014

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... and incredibly, no one was injured. However 220 hectares of pine forest was destroyed by what was apparently the worst bush fire in the region for 40 years. It was just sheer luck that the fire headed away from the town and it has been reported in the local press that the fire was started deliberately. As always in these situations hats off to all the emergency services, pilots and volunteers who eventually got it all ...

Malaga, Spain - Food coma

A travel blog entry by karen0206

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Malaga provided a nice contrast to my trip in Iceland - sunny and warm! It was extremely peaceful to walk around the coastal town, occasionally bumping into major monuments along the way. There are only a few attractions in Malaga, but they are by no means insignificant! Climbing to the top of an Islamic inspired fortress set on a mountain provides a breathtaking 360 degrees view of the city, whilst the sun set behind the mountains. Similarly, ...

Granada and The Alhambra from Malaga

A travel blog entry by dougo

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... We decided to by-pass the Captain’s Circle Cocktail Party in order to relax after a day of walking and climbing stairs and to get ready for the Chef’s Table.

No sooner had we gone into our cabin than Melanie our steward had knocked on the door to deliver Doug’s freshly cleaned suit for tonight. We showered, changed and gussied up for our big night with the Chef and went to the Wheelhouse bar to meet the Maitre D.

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