Casas Rurales El Arranca
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You probably wouldn't go to Crevillent just to visit the town, its away from the coast so less busy, is a centre for carpet manufacture, is not too far from a good climbing crag, but does have a very good campsite and you can use the large swimming pool that is part of the hotel. Yes - when its over 30C most days its important to have somewhere to cool down. This was our base for a few days before we headed up to Alicante for the Hogueras (Bonfires of Fiesta de San ...
After two weeks of general touring and sight seeing it was time to do some climbing. The plan is to visit some of the areas we have never been to and see new parts of the country. First stop was a crag near the town of Mula which is to the west of Mur
cia. We found a campsite about 35km away in El Berro which is in the Sierra ...
... The Badlands of the Sierra Espuna are an extraordinary geographical feature of distinctive folds and peaks creating an almost lunar appearance, with the vista interrupted by the jade green waters of the reservoir. The area is a walkers haven and for other outdoor activities, not that we did much since David was laid low with a bug for a few days which he puts down to a contaminated water bottle on his bike. We did think it may ...
... hill, I was reassuring Pat that we didn't have another one with narrow streets. Luckily the flat was at the top of the village and it was possible to drive along moderately sensible roads to drop bags off at the door and then park a short distance down the road.
We noticed on the map that there was a road up to the castle so plans were made the next morning. as we drove there we came across a sign suggesting ...
... I circle back in to take a break in the quiet garden I noticed earlier on my way in. Things have picked up in the three-plus hours since I arrived. The walkways are jammed with people, enjoying the sunny day. But I am still virtually alone in the garden; I could be on another planet. After I leave the grounds, and the throngs lining up to get in, I sit on a bench in the sunshine to reflect upon what I've seen. It's all clear to me now. The sounds ...