Best Alcazar

Camino de la Playa, s/n, Almunecar, Andalusia, 18690, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Camino de la Playa, s/n, Almunecar, is near Cathedral and Royal Chapel (Capilla Real).
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    Travel Blogs from Almunecar

    Tears, Tantrums and new Beginnings

    A travel blog entry by jayannarnold on Oct 05, 2014

    8 photos

    ... speaking faster, no English at all and so I was frazzled after each session. After the first session, Roberto went round the class high fiving everyone, which was a bit cringe and I didnt really want to, but I did anyway. I told Gareth when I got home that Marco has left as a joke and he looked genuinely upset! I told him to be prepared for a high five the day after! I Have also joined a yoga group which was excellent and i will do this on a Monday morning so a ...

    Noise, Bugs, school for all and finally some rain!

    A travel blog entry by jayannarnold on Sep 26, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... to wait for me. In my head I was saying, "please don't wait," and so I then drive to the furthest point in the car park, thinking hed get fed up waiting and walk off. I even pretended to look for something in my boot to delay me, but as I headed out of the car park he was waiting. I smiled a big smile, said, Hola and dreaded the next 8 minutes. The problem with this whole thing is that, this guy is French and speaks no English at all and my French is not great ...

    Cerro Puerto

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Apr 16, 2013

    13 photos

    ... although it gets a bit too vigorous at the top, where my hat gets blown off and we have to eat our lunches sheltering behind a few rocks.

    The rocks aren't the only shelter at the top. Cerro Puerto boasts one of the stranger structures to be found on a mountain top. It's a small upright metal sentry box, presumably a relic from the civil disturbances and guerrilla war which took place in this area in the late 1940s and early ...

    Pomegranate in Andalucia

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Dec 14, 2012

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... Hall of Two Sisters, Emperor's Chambers etc.) as we went past each. Eventually, we exited the palace onto the Jardines del Partal, a large garden built to match the grandeur of the palace.

    The Christian conquerers restructured and reused some of the Alhambra's other structures. The huge Palacio de Carlos V was built in 1527 but never completed. The building has a square exterior with a surprising circular inner couryard. It is now used ...

    The karst and the carnival

    A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Feb 21, 2012

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... a long tunnel like
    entranceway leading to a small central area and a separate tomb, almost like the design of the interior of a pyramid. Its entranceway, of course, points to the position of the rising sun on
    midsummer’s day. The Menga dolmen, which is largest, has a small entrance leading to a vast chamber the size of a small chapel. Its entrance points to the nose of the sleeping ...