El Cortijo La Prensa

Address: Arroyo de las Tijeras, Rute, Andalusia, 14960, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Arroyo de las Tijeras, Rute.
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  • Swimming pool
  • Restaurant
  • Fitness/Health center


  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Free parking


  • Suites


  • Continental Breakfast
  • Room service

TripAdvisor Reviews El Cortijo La Prensa Rute

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Travel Blogs from Rute

Sunshine - only 40 miles - but 4000 ft elevation!

A travel blog entry by jojo-travels on Oct 21, 2015

17 photos

... long decent! Not overly steep - really fun! We cycled up through a small village with a long section of "undulating roads." (We think that might be a British term! :-). Stopped to sample some pomegranates we found in a tree by the side of the road . . And headed off again . Dean said to watch out for a sharp hill with a bend in it - we have learned to watch out when Dean says anything is sharp - that means about 15 percent ...

North Africa to Spain

A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Feb 03, 2015

72 photos

... chips and a couple of dinner rolls for a chip-butty dinner.

The following morning, there was relief to finally disembark in Civitavecchia. We found an ATM, then McDonalds’ for coffee and internet before wandering the streets of this quaint garrisoned city and a fish lunch.

It was good to walk and by the time we boarded our new boat for the final leg of our sea journey we were tired and made our camp in a quiet corner of the boat.

Into the New Year

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Jan 09, 2015

1 comment, 30 photos

... the kids get their Christmas presents, then the family goes out in the afternoon for coffee/coke and a cake, usually a special Tres Reyes cake, which is a large round donut shaped cake, sprinkled with sugar and jelly patterns, and containing a hidden dried bean and a plastic ‘king’, biting into which is good luck, just like the charms in our Christmas Pudding. Then at dusk the Three Kings parade through town on lit ...


A travel blog entry by hicster on Jan 15, 2014

83 photos

... at 2pm. It was great to see her, as it had been 18 months. We headed into Malaga old town to look at the Cathedral, (which had a large police presence around it) another large cathedral about 2/3rds the size of Seville’s. The church has 2 identical pipe organs with over 4 000 pipes and the choirstalls have magnificent, detailed carvings. We sat in a square for coffee looking at the cathedral. The police ...

Storms and floods

A travel blog entry by candcthai on Sep 28, 2012

9 photos

... flow of the water and is now beginning to flood into the kitchen. Clive charges into the courtyard, totally naked, with broom in hand to try and unblock the drain. Hilarious! Even funnier was that the broom didn't really help, so he sat in the water and shoved his hand around to find the drain hole to remove the cover and debris.
Fortunately, our timing was good and, somewhat damp, we head back to bed. The rain continues to fall very heavily ...