Hotel Adiafa

Address: Avenida Del Faro, 1, Barbate, Andalusia, E-11160, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Avenida Del Faro, 1, Barbate, is near Playa de Zahara de los Atunes and Montenmedio Golf and Country Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Barbate

    Who guessed skyscrapers?

    A travel blog entry by kenandmarette on Oct 26, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... had a chance to catch up on my sleep because of the time change. Tomorrow, we start the race home: ferry at 10:30am from Tangier to Tarifa, car to Granada by 6pm. Next day, Train from Granada to Madrid, leaving at 9am, arriving around1:30. Then, the Metro to hotel. Wednesday, metro to the airport, flying away at noon. And, miraculously, arriving home the same day at 4:30 in the afternoon. More of Tangier later, especially the beautiful Dar Sultan and it's oh so sweet, kind and wonderful ...

    Trafalgar

    A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Sep 10, 2014

    5 photos

    ... the coast.

    But still, it was strange to imagine that this renowned battle had occurred on the very spot we were sailing over a couple of centuries ago. The water was totally still, for a start; once again we had next to no wind. We were also thrilled to get our first sight of Africa, although all we could make out from that distance was the ...

    Day 10 - The Tijuana of Morocco

    A travel blog entry by sandler_love on May 20, 2014

    10 photos

    ... We will see if they still say that when they are bombarded by the mass exodus of tourists off of the large tour ships that the city plans on providing ports for.

    I like the fact that the people here are very tolerant of each others different religions and cultures. Since very early on in this cities history it has had several different countries in power which bring with them their different beliefs and cultures. Some of these are adopted by ...

    DAY 6 (pg 77 to 81)

    A travel blog entry by larky on Mar 23, 2014

    In these pages they have a good conversation about how the English man should pay more attention to the cavern and the boy should read the books. The boy read the book but he didn't understand them. One recurring idea is that there is a universal language and there is a stone that the English man is after it is called the philosophers stone. ...

    United States Appreciation Day

    A travel blog entry by courtneycostas on Jun 10, 2013

    20 photos

    ... everyone that we met was aggressively friendly. Even though Moroccans are some of Africa's wealthiest people, we are still incredibly rich to them. Thankfully, our guide has spent his whole life here and knows everyone. It was really comforting to see him shake his finger or hiss at people on the street who we assumed would've tried to con or pickpocket us. He also made sure that we ate lunch at "Tangier's cleanest ...