- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Biarritz Hotel Gandia
Travel Blogs from Gandia
... out of our boats and enjoying the refreshing water. Helen and I made a good paddling team and we had a lot of fun with Rafa and Lucia. It was an experience that we probably wouldn't have had without our friends' knowledge of the area--and their car!
Meanwhile, Gus was back at the house playing computer games and swimming while Mateo used his good arm to spray Gus with a hose from the side of the pool. We had a dinner of grilled jalapeņos, ...
... heat along a deserted road amongst lots of corn fields and irrigation farmland, with the occasional gunshot heard which was slightly unnerving.
Eventually we made it and grabbed a well deserved ice cream and shade. We wandered into some pretty fields with a stunning mountain backdrop and spotted loads of birds- big herons and that. Then a stroll through 'town' which I guess is a typical ...
... It was a lot of fun to watch. I threw a few flowers myself and it was kind of fun to throw flowers at total strangers.
Just as we were about to leave, we heard a boom and a fireworks display began at the far end of the avenue. It was a really nice display; however, there was something strange about it -- it wasn't very dark yet. It was sort of dusk, but you could definitely see all around quite clearly and ...
... that it would be easy finding somewhere but we hadn't expected the 'Spanish' holiday rush and we couldn't find anywhere within our budget. We finally had to take a room in a rather more upmarket hotel for the night, the Gijon Hotel, where for the price, the rooms were not that good and we decided that we'd try and find something else the following day. But for now, it was just good to take a shower and relax. We wandered out ...
... he left work and then again by car, until we had to go to sleep. All the time with him the visit was really dense, as every stone has a story to tell, and Juanjo has listened to them all. And of course, he had to make me try every single food or drink they have in Spain and we do not in Brazil (like pumpkin for dessert, blergh!). The visit to Valencia's region was really a ...