Cortijo las Pinas

Address: Ctra. Nacional 340, km. 74,3, Tarifa, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11380, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Ctra. Nacional 340, km. 74,3, Tarifa.
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          Travel Blogs from Tarifa

          Wind, wind, and erm more wind. And sand.

          A travel blog entry by julianfarr on Aug 30, 2015

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          ... we made our way up to a viewpoint. There, we had a marvellous view of the ferries to North Africa, but no view of North Africa itself, it just wasn't clear enough. As it started to rain, with amazingly muddy rain (presumably from the volume of sand in the air blown up by the still incredibly strong winds) we decided to make our way back to the villa rather than hang around and wait for the restaurants to open for ...

          Africa yesterday, England today!

          A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Sep 09, 2014

          15 photos

          ... his meat pie (silly tourist left the door open) then we watched a stupid pair feed the monkeys, unable to read notices everywhere about a 4000 pound fine for feeding them. They are wild, and they bite! Set off to explore the nature reserve at the top of the Rock and guessed we walked over 7 km, mostly downhill, while we looked at the stalagmites and stalactites in St Michael's Cave, the Great Siege tunnels (1783), WW2 tunnels, Moorish ...

          Day 10 - The Tijuana of Morocco

          A travel blog entry by sandler_love on May 20, 2014

          10 photos

          ... community and stay in place after that ruling country is taken over by the next. As Ahmed says they do not know any better than to be accepting of each other differences. I think more countries could learn a thing or two from this. In fact the U.N. is based off some of the practices here and Tangier.

          I can see why it is called the Tijuana of Morocco as the streets are very dirty with trash everywhere. Hopefully after they complete a lot of ...

          Tarifa, Travels, and Granada

          A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 05, 2014


          Got another lazy start yesterday and missed all of the buses before 10 am. I was shooting for the 11 am but then I took a nice long shower and just decided to get the 12:30 pm one instead. Apparently I'm really lazy about getting up, or just have shifted my sleep schedule to be more Spanish (wake late, bed late).

          There was a cool couple at the hostel in Tarifa last night who have a van and are just traveling around Europe for a while. They've apparently been ...

          Summary #2

          A travel blog entry by atticuspk on Mar 24, 2014


          ... lose it, things get in the way and you forget and Santiago's personal legend is finding the treasure that the palm reader told him about. The King Of Salem says to the boy that he wants 1/10 of his sheep for his help and the information that he had given. Santiago says he will give them to him.