Apartments De Andalucia

Address: Calle Chaparil No 1, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29780, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle Chaparil No 1, Málaga, is near Caves at Nerja, Nerja Donkey Sanctuary, Torrox Costa Promenade, and Capistrano Playa (Beach).
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Travel Blogs from Málaga

If we were much further south, we'd be in Africa

A travel blog entry by familymojo on Jan 06, 2015

2 comments, 3 photos

... blue Mediterranean Sea. Will try to post more later from "real" camera, but here are some from my phone. The other pic is from Almería which is very near here and also pretty, but in a completely different way. It is also a huge city. Nijar was a tiny little town. More later. Night night for now. - Mo P.S. - Phil just got back from the laundry room and informed me that he just posted to the blog too, so hopefully we didn't duplicate too much information! ...

Our winter nesting grounds?

A travel blog entry by familymojo on Jan 06, 2015

We've arrived at a potential long-term campsite in a small town outside Almería, Spain. If we like it, we might winter here. If not, we'll see. But if we do decide to stay, we can do a lot from here: I ...

Malaga, Spain

A travel blog entry by matterri on May 10, 2014

18 photos

... cities we have been to, with shops and restaurants on either side. You'll see the occasional bicycle, but it's not the ideal place for them to ride. The main paths in Malaga were fantastically smooth tiles that were marble or something very similar, which made for a very pleasant walk. We didn't even stop in anywhere, we just walked for a while and watched all the people. Almost everyone was fashionable, fit, and tan.

After we saw a bit of the city center, ...

Malaga, Spain - Food coma

A travel blog entry by karen0206 on Dec 14, 2013

10 photos

... it did not become busy till about 2pm where the locals streamed in with their family and friends. Waiters walked around with a variety of seafood, calling out their name till a table grabbed the dish off their hands. Imagine a Spanish version of Yum Cha. This created a symphony of Spanish noises together with the loud chitter chatter of the locals, whilst you dined on extremely fresh seafood. Murphy rightly pointed out that the Spaniards often ...

Granada and The Alhambra from Malaga

A travel blog entry by dougo on Jun 21, 2013

180 photos

... Goat’s Cheese, tomato chutney and Smoked Duck Breast Carpaccio, crisp celery slaw and Cranberry Sauce Vierge. Absolutely delicious. I’d never had Beef Tartare before and I really enjoyed it … I was glad our cats weren’t there! I’m not a fan of duck either but the canapé was very very nice.

We were then led into the dining room where of course everyone sees you arrive. Our table mates watched us and waved … we ...

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