Club Calahonda Crown Resort

Ur Sitio De Calahonda, Ctra.cadiz Km.196,50, Mijas, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29650, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Ur Sitio De Calahonda, Ctra.cadiz Km.196,50, Mijas, is near La Cala Resort, Cabo Pino Beach, Funny Beach, and Paseo Maritimo.
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    Travel Blogs from Mijas

    Day 1-2: Mijas

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jun 01, 2021

    41 photos

    ... on the spot. A good spot to soak in the mix of peoples drawn to this region… small business owners from China… beach tourists from Germany… restaurant workers from Morocco… street vendors from the Subsahara… I continue on to the river that marks the end of town then find another boulevard to take me back towards the center of the city. Downtown Fuengirola does hide little gems here and there amidst its generic beach town fašade. ...

    Onthe Sea on the Sea, on the beautiful sea.....

    A travel blog entry by jimbeaux on Sep 12, 2014

    3 comments

    ... experience with someone special adds that bit of something extra. I have travelled alone and done it well, but well…..you know….right?

    I miss “The D6PSG”. We have travelled well together and just know they would have LOVED this trip. And how much MORE fun we all would have had together laughing, dining, drinking and generally enjoying one another’s company. Oceania has NOT seen the last of the D6PSG!! ...

    White Hill Villages of Southern Spain

    A travel blog entry by jwharam on Sep 11, 2014

    44 photos

    Leaving the coastline of the Mediterranean, we gained altitude rather quickly. The views were beautiful -- and admittedly, it was nice to be out of the large city! We wound our way up the mountain road, and in no time we were coming into Ronda. Like Granada, Ronda has an old city and a new city. The old city streets are very small, windy, and not really designed for the automobile! Finding parking in these small towns can be challenging to ...

    I don't think I can be any more relaxed!

    A travel blog entry by jimbeaux on Sep 11, 2014

    ... at Red Ginger. There is NO way the dreaded “N” virus would dare show its ugly face here.

    I have never in my life seen so many men with “orange” hair! Guys….give it up. It looks SO BAD! Let your hair go its natural shade….grey. It is distinguished. The orange dye job looks so very, VERY fake. There are even those few who have managed to do what I call the double ...

    Ronda, A Town on the Edge

    A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana on Sep 06, 2014

    27 photos

    ... faith who refused the demand to either convert to Christianity or depart from the Iberian Peninsula. Later, during the Spanish Civil War, it is said that some Fascist sympathizers were thrown from the top of the cliff where the town is perched. The later event is thought to be the source of inspiration for a similar, fictional story by Ernest Hemingway in "For Whom the Bell Tolls." ...