Don Agustin

Address: Calle Duquesa de Arcos, 57, San Luis de Sabinillas, Andalusia, 29692, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Calle Duquesa de Arcos, 57, San Luis de Sabinillas, is near Estepona Golf and Palaeontology Museum of Estepona.
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      Travel Blogs from San Luis de Sabinillas

      Day 1-2: Gibraltar

      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 01, 2021

      76 photos

      ... way: on foot. But first I take some time to wander through a beautiful garden on the other side, where a couple of classy weddings are going on. I’m soon drenched in sweat as I make my way up the road that climbs up to the top of The Rock. But there are rewarding moments along the way… a great view of the bay… and mysterious little tunnel entrances which are closed off a short ways in, but I’m sure lead somewhere interesting… After ...

      A trip across the bay to British Gibralter

      A travel blog entry by joshualyon on Dec 13, 2014

      This city has a very storied military past. There is a huge "rock" or small mountain that sits with an adventitious view of the straight. Some of the most heroic and amazing stories are from the defense by the Brits (I am sure they are non-biased). That being said, this rock is full of tunnels that let troops and equipment move about to support as needed from invaders. I wanted to walk around in them, but there were fees to go up and then additional depending on what you wanted to do. ...

      B. Double E. double R. U. N.

      A travel blog entry by donmiller on Oct 08, 2014

      10 photos

      The agent in Tangier was correct that there would be a free bus in Tarifa to take me to algeciras, the other ferry port they sail to. It was easy to spot across the small parking lot after zooming through another surprisingly lax passport and immigration check. On the bus, I met a guy who spoke English but with a generic accent. I didn't think much about it as the 30 minute ride was pretty nice with the Mountains of the North African coast were still visible and the drive was ...

      Why Travelling is Awesome

      A travel blog entry by nopiensodiaries on Dec 02, 2013

      3 photos

      ... the road are deep and intense, they transcend language, race and religion and no matter what paths your lives take you, will always have a mutual bond that can never be erased.

      Knowledge – By living, eating and speaking like the locals you become exposed to aspects of their lives that you were never even remotely aware of and learn some pretty interesting facts along the way. It teaches you things about economy, politics, ...

      Gassing up in Gibraltar

      A travel blog entry by marczimmer on Jun 29, 2013

      1 comment, 2 photos

      Last night we sailed from Casablanca to Gibraltar, where we have anchored a few hundred meters from the shore. From our cabin one can see the rock of Gibraltar, whereas from Matthew's cabin one can see a massive barge that is ...