Maritimo de Neptuno, 77, Gandia, Valencian Country, 46730, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gandia

Altea, staying with Michel & Nacir

A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea


After we had left the caravan we drove to Altea to stay with Michel and Nacir who had invited us . When we arrived Michel was already prepared to start cooking and the huge Gamba's were ready to be put with the fish on the grill, miammmi ! Michel loves cooking and put all his pleasure and energy in preparing our lunch while chatting away with lots of Belgian humor and of course a fresh sangria and some wine ...

El Micalet

A travel blog entry by papadiego


... up, I let the kids figure out where we were going, and with a couple of well-directed questions, we walked with our luggage to the new place. The most exciting features are that it has a good air conditioner and an elevator.
We decided in the afternoon to take a little excursion after lunch. One of the most visible landmarks in our part of Valencia is a very tall bell tower and lookout named El Micalet. Construction was begun in 1381 ...

The Great Spanish Vibe Continues.

A travel blog entry by parkdel


... 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


... and other such things. The paths lead all the way up to the top of the mountain, which is where we climbed to. Yes, I did! Nothing could really stop me today from doing anything. At the top you could see all of Barcelona right to the water. Again, breath taking. I do have pictures of all this so that youŽll be able to take it in with me :) We went home and where Sebastian cooked me a delicious dinner which was served on our balcony at candle light. How romantic :) We ...


A travel blog entry by seandrade


... and cathedrals set on city squares, with cobblestone streets encircling the palm trees, drinking vino tinto, eating tapas, paella and enjoying the Spanish manana culture...the air was lighter and smelled sweeter here..but maybe that was just my beach and sun loving attitude talking. It was nice to come back to Spain after almost four years, five since I had been in Valencia. The changes were all around and yet at the same time nothing had changed as I fell ...


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