Apartamento Punta Paloma Golf

Address: Carretera Nacional 340, Km 139, Manilva, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29691, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Carretera Nacional 340, Km 139, Manilva, is near Valderrama, Almenara Golf Couse, Elysium Sotogrande Spa, and Real Club de Golf Sotogrande.
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Travel Blogs from Manilva

Day 7: The Hike to Tarifa

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 07, 2021

72 photos

... br>
This Superhike was a good opportunity to contrast/compare life, culture and history on both sides of the Straits of Gibraltar, the dividing point between not only Europe and Africa but also Christianity and Islam (although not entirely--there's a Saudi sponsored mosque prominently visible at the tip of Gibraltar--and a large church is one of the dominant landmarks on the hilltop in Tanger, Morocco). What I discovered wasn't everything I expected. Both sides now sport ...

And now it's Spain's Southern Coast

A travel blog entry by colgaz on May 24, 2015

5 comments, 18 photos

... appears to be some 15 Klms out of town,.. this isn't going to work for us. So, Plan B was to have a drive around Jerez,.. then head for Cadiz. We saw a Sightseeing Tour bus in Jerez and followed their route for a few Klms. The streets started to get narrower,.. and narrower,.. so, we found wider streets and headed for Cadiz. On the way we saw a very neat looking golf course and parked overlooking one of the tees,.. made a sandwich and coffee,.. and watched a few of ...

An Amazing Day in Gabraltar

A travel blog entry by geoffbro on May 03, 2015

2 comments, 20 photos

... and other preforming arts. This looked like many other caves except for the large flat floor area. Some of the columns were spectacular in size and texture. One column had had broken off so the polished it and it looked like marble, it was beautiful.

Our next stop was on the other side of the rock at the siege tunnels. Geoff was looking forward to walking through the tunnels, apparently hundreds of kilometres of Tunnels ...

Rock of Gilbraltar

A travel blog entry by lancastersgapyr on Nov 03, 2014

29 photos

... leaving chew marks in the aerial. It was hilarious.

It was fascinating seeing many different sizes of wild monkeys in a natural setting in random places around the rock. The boys loved them.

The Seige Tunnels were next and also amazing. Kms of tunnels had been dug out for cannons and protection from invasions. The view from the cannon holes was amazing.

It was definiately worth the day trip.


The Alchmist (9-47)

A travel blog entry by laxguy99 on Mar 19, 2014

1 photo

... br> on reading the omens the king gave Santiago two stones, one black for
no and one white for yes they are called urim and thummim. The boy
now decided to make his own decisions and follow his personal legend.

Santiago now started his trip to Africa. He arrived in Tangier at a bar. He met a man and asked the if he could help him get Egypt.He took all the boys money and
ran away with it. Santiago was feeling really bad when he walked ...