Hostal San Fernando

Address: C/San Fernando, 34, Alicante, Costa Blanca, Valencian Country, 03001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Centro area of Alicante, is near Guadalest Valley, Esteros del Ibera, Playa de San Juan, and Playa Muchavista.
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    Travel Blogs from Alicante

    Trip to Benidorm

    A travel blog entry by penny.percival on Oct 25, 2015

    3 photos

    Shorter driving days now we're virtually in Southern Spain, so we were in Benidorm by lunch. Saw our first Big Black bull on the side of the road. There are loads around, but that’s the first we’ve seen this trip and Penny has them on her mind as she’s just been reading about the Brandy factory and the Bulls used to advertise it (think we’ll be visiting and sampling some when we get to Cadiz).

    Part 5. - Lisbon to Southern Spain

    A travel blog entry by gedowling on Oct 23, 2015

    6 comments, 42 photos

    ... where we are to take in the "Paella Experience". Situated on the bank of the lake in an old restored home and garden we are taken to the outdoor kitchen to watch as the master does his thing with the preparation of this traditional Spanish dish. To feed us all you would need a very large Paella pan/dish and he certainly has this! We sit down in the beautiful garden outdoor restaurant and are treated to a seemingly never ending array of great dishes and wine, ...

    A visit to Benidorm

    A travel blog entry by godaiflying on Oct 16, 2015

    Soon after lunch, we went for a drive to Benidorm. It was the other city that wasn't to far away where we are staying. It only took 40 minutes to get to Benidorm. I was surprised that there was a lot more high rise apartments in Benidorm. We parked the car close to the beach and walked to the beach. It was packed. And nearly all the people I saw were older than 70years old. ...

    Beach, beach, Beach!

    A travel blog entry by godaiflying on Oct 15, 2015

    We went to the long sandy beach I had spotted yesterday from the tram. When we were getting ready at home, I looked at the map. It looked really simple, but it turned to not too easy. I like sandy beaches more than the rocky ones. I think it is more fun playing in the sand rather than carefully walking on the small rocks not to fall. There was a tram track right along beach. I through that it was really cool ...

    A visit to Alicante

    A travel blog entry by godaiflying on Oct 14, 2015

    ... view of the town, the sea and surroundings from the path. We finally made it up to the castle. It was very big. The view for the top of the castle was very nice too. As it was getting late, we hurried back down the path to the tram stop back to home. We were down in seconds! We took the same tram home. I researched about the castle when I got back home. It had an interesting history, like used as a prison, occupied by Britsh, and fight with Moslim people and so ...