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Travel Blogs from Aguilas
... meant we had to wait until the following day before we could fully appreciate that we really were in the middle of a desert. The resort is lovely, but step outside and you are immediately plunged into a moonscape. You have to travel pretty far to find any greenery, but there are some nice sandy beaches nearby. We tried a bit of exploring, but have resigned ourselves to staying either by the pool or beaches for a remaining time ...
... or Paso Blanco (Brotherhood of the blue or the white). As it turned out, we were forced to chose blue as they were the only tickets we could get seats to at the parade. Our wonderful Hotel Receptionist did however warn us that the parade programmed for that evening was only a small one and really was a warm up for the Easter Friday parade. She didn't want us to be disappointed! We were amazed. The four of us sat there for two and a bit hours and were totally gobsmacked. This was a show ...
... black grapes and a new residential estate that had just been built. there was two small dogs which were behind a fence in someones garden and they barked like mad as we were walking past on the way up, but it was funny because, on the way down they were roaming free and they just walked straight past us up the hill and never even looked at us. we made our way back to the camper where we had an uneventful rest of the day by just chilling out and ...
A super campsite on the beach, warm again at 30C when we arrived but cooling to 23 C overnight. 100 metres to the beach and 50 metres into the village, facilities excellent and pitch sizes huge for Spain. Very full though with a majority of people staying for the long term over the winter with complex set ups, settees and wide screen tv in their awning ...
... I saw many people snorkeling near the built look-out point. I am not sure if they were looking at fish or coral or both. But one day I hope to experience it!
There are also many great restaurants in the port. My favorite was the restaurant Mama Mia, who is owned by a family friend of my friends who I was staying with. Mama Mia has amazing Pizza and Pasta, of course I think it is because it is owned by an Italian!
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility