Bitacoras

Address: Maritimo de Neptuno, 77, Gandia, Valencian Country, 46730, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Maritimo de Neptuno, 77, Gandia.
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Travel Blogs from Gandia

Stopover in Morayra - Escale à Morayra

A travel blog entry by karele on Jun 01, 2015

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... opulentes. We are on the anchor for the night in a charming little bay. On the way we have seen Benidorm and have seen high rise after high rise along the coast. It is with delight that we come across this little bay where there aren't any tall building but instead lovely big ...

Only for Bio Nerds.

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Feb 22, 2014

13 photos

... absolutely gorgeous. After this we went to El Palmar for a short boat ride. This was probably my favorite part of the whole excursion. It reminded me of The Everglades. It was interesting, how the people lived. I love looking at people. They all seemed to be living such a simple life, growing corn, fishing, in small houses with boats and bikes. I liked the atmosphere of the town. Very small and quaint.
The best part of the ...

The Great Spanish Vibe Continues.

A travel blog entry by parkdel on Feb 02, 2013

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... having fun along the way

We knew we wanted to travel along the Spanish east coast as we headed south. Barcelona to Gibraltar is quite some distance so obviously the trip had to be broken up. We decided that about three to four hours driving a day would keep us on track for these first sections of the trip.

Our first stop was the beachside town of Gandia. We knew we did not want to stop at Valencia even though we had heard ...

Better late than Never.

A travel blog entry by sweetescapes on Sep 29, 2012

4 comments, 134 photos

... this a lot through out my entries: there are no words to describe the beauty, tranquility, and simple life style you see here. The architecture that lives on and tells the history of the culture and people that lived there before. I wonder if people come to Miami, or New York and say the same thing. Everything we have is modern and new. We destroy to build bigger, always better, faster things. We always cherish more what we donīt have. Should I have grown up here maybe ...

Americas cup - Valencia

A travel blog entry by giovanna on Jul 01, 2007

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... also - the first day we headed out to the Americas cup village and had a look around while nothing was happening, and had a look around the science buildings which were really funky We were all pretty shattered that night so didn't get up to anything. The next day they was racing, so we headed back out and watched the boat go out, if we lost today's race it would all be over, and unfortunately we did by 1 second! We need ...

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