Hotel Casal del Castro
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Comillas
... all the detours I made. At times we take a more scenic route and it adds miles. Bonus having the iPad and GPS map so I can get my directions. The roads are not always marked, I didn't want any more walking than I did in any case. Shoulders are sore tonight. I again got advice from my Spanish buddy about an Albergue on the other side of Llanes in ...
... I will miss there laughter. I walked alone today which was good for a change, my own pace. The sun finally came out, and I wanted to get some miles behind me before it got hot. The plan was to stay in Columbres, about 18 Km away. I arrived around 1:30 on the outskirts and checking the iPad as to where I might stay when Jeff showed up. We chatted for awhile and decided to have a drink while waiting for the others. A young Spanish ...
... a two hour wait to get into the Albergue so a walk around town to see the sites. There is an 8th century castle which stands above the river estuary which I would love to get inside. Each city or village has so much history I can't keep track of it all and all the signs are in Spanish so don't understand it. We finally got in to the Albergue, Barbara, Martha and I keeping our pact to stay together to avoid getting a snorer beside us. ...
... m a happy camper here laying in my bunk. Marianne and Daniel washed my cloths with they hung them up to dry, with Marianne commenting there are some advantages to being old. Life is good today. Cloths dryers are not common here. Comillas , I thought was a beach town but it is anything but with many buildings and things to see. Tomorrow will be my last stage in Cantabria as we enter Austuria. Tomorrow is a special day as my Grandaughter Maya will turn 17. Happy Birthday ...
... whole place to ourselves…. soon realising we had just pitched in the section which didn’t face directly onto the stunning beach where the rest of the campers were. We headed into town and were transformed into our Spanish alter-ego’s…. (Emilia and Traconia) We were pulling out the five words we had learnt by listening to lessons through our helmet speakers frantically the day before. (We rode along asking trucks "como estas?") We ordered an array ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casal del Castro Comillas
Other places to stay in Comillas
Paseo de Solatorre 1, Comillas | 4 star hotelfrom $72
Paseo del Jaron s/n , Comillas | Hotelfrom $69
Urb Rovacias, s/n, Comillas | 4 star hotelfrom $65
Paseo de Solatorre, 3, Comillas | 3 star hotelfrom $60
Cl Manuel Noriega 27, Comillas | Hotelfrom $65
Alfoz de Lloredo, Comillas | Hotelfrom $57
Alfoz de Lloredo, Comillas | Hotelfrom $62