Costa Natura Naturist Apartment Hotel
- Swimming pool
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We left Gibraltar in bright sun and made our way out of the Bay, weaving between a very large number of anchored ships before rounding Europa Point with no wind whatsoever.
We had to motor most of the way, but the sea was incredibly blue and the sun was hot and it was a pleasant way to begin our experience of a new sea.
The anchorage we were hoping to spend the night in turned out to be far too ...
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Following two days at sea, we reach the Straits of Gibraltar, one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world and only 7 miles across to Africa's north coast.
Gibraltar is located on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula on Spain’s Costa del Sol and the entrance to the Mediterranean. It is a British territory with an area of only 6 square kilometers. It borders ...
... kerb and a taxi would eventually arrive. I thought it couldn't take too long. Gibraltar is only 2.5 square miles! In fact, if you go out of the terminal building, turn right and walk 50 metres you are in Spain.
We got the last taxi for that flight and were taken to the Bristol Hotel. The hotel was clean, adjacent to the Main Street of the town, and our room was huge, but the decor had not been updated since 1980 or before. Quaint ...
... of the monkeys grabbed her purse and started running and some random guy chased down the monkey and got her bag back! Haha. They were not afraid of humans at all; it was crazy. We spent some time at the top of the rock because the view was just so beautiful. I had no idea that the Mediterranean Sea was so crystal clear. Once we took tons of group pictures at the top we walked around the town area and got ...
... has not been done, so we have to land by tender. Our trip took us to Monte Torro, the highest point in Minorca, with extensive views of the whole island. We then went to a farm where were shown how the dairy cows are kept, how Minorcan Cheese is made and then a tasting of four varieties of cheese made on the farm, the local sausage and local wine. Our next stop was at Torralda d'en Salord to view a Taula, a 3,000 to 4,000 year-old T-shaped monument. Next, ...