Hotel Antequera Golf
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was picturesque again the pictures won’t do it justice.
Stopped off for Tapas for lunch, choosing a set menu to make sure we sampled the local stuff and it was really nice, too stuffed to walk again though.
When we did brave walking again, it was to the Castillo, why are they always at the top of massive hills? Penny clearly moaned enough because Mark agreed to a few weeks off from visiting Castles/Forts (suspect it was ...
Back with Doogie today, no faff just gear on and off we go. Ride through a wooded trail and have the feeling that this could be a Sunday morning ride out, totally peaceful and calm. We ride through a track lined with trees, relaxed and going at a fair old pace slowing down only for the odd jogger or dog. A little bit of road riding and we head into some olive groves and Doogie comes to a halt, we assume to give us some guidance on a new type ...
... on the challenging parts. The route ended with a very long rappel down the last section of the path. From there we hiked back to El Chorro where we parted with the rest of the team and headed back happily to Iznahar.
It was a hot sunny day (34 degrees) and this adventure was totally worth it. El Camino del Rey is something we would definitely recommend doing.
Here is the video shot by somebody who did it in 2010.
... Muslim governers of the Malaga province, dates back to the 11th century. It was a delight to explore its various passageways, gardens, terraces, fountains, all decorated with intricate artwork on the entrances, pillars and roofs. It is located at the western end of the Gibralfaro hill which houses the Castillo de Gibralfaro, a castle originally built in the 8th century by an emir of Cordoba and rebuilt in the 15th and 16th centuries. The museum ...
... go to the Mayan Monkey Mijas! The Mayan Monkey Mijas is a chocolate factory in which I am going to be able to see chocolate being made! That ought to be really fun! Tomorrow I am going to see a performance Kelipe Centro de Arte Flamenco. Flamenco is very popular in their city. This is a great opportunity to get to know some of their ...