El Cortijo La Prensa

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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Travel Blogs from Rute

Flamingos and Donkeys

A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 05, 2014

1 comment, 34 photos

... their ball in a plaza. The teens spend some time by themselves hanging in the main plaza and eating pizza in town. The adults take a walk through the old town (Muslim centre) where there are old "monuments" (buildings and churches) and little narrow streets. This area runs along the gorge offering stunning, sweeping views of the side of the town sitting on the edge of the gorge. The sun is going down and shining across the area. The little streets are well-shaded ...

Pico de Vilo

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Jun 25, 2014

13 photos

... up quite high above Alfarnatejo on a good track which seems to correspond roughly with something marked on my map. There are fine views across to the Alto de Fraile and back to El Chamizo, although the cloud hasn't yet cleared off the latter. Eventually the track splits and I sit down to consult the map again. It looks like this might be leading to a high point marked on the map (in the smallest lettering available) as "Vilo", ...

Teba, Robert the Bruce and Ronda

A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton on May 19, 2014

23 photos

... a very overpriced drink overlooking the gorge ha ha. Had dinner in the village with an English couple. Can't believe how many eating places this tiny village has! 15 people on the tour, from all walks of life and all very good company. My claim to fame is that I am the youngest and the only single. They are all amazed that I am travelling alone. More like stupid really, but no major disasters so far. Probably shouldn't have said ...


A travel blog entry by hicster on Jan 15, 2014

83 photos

... third full. When I went to see if the restaurant was open to buy bread, I met the manager of the camp. He wanted to know what they could do to attract big buses like ours for longer stays. I told him the main problem was having to move to fill up with water as it has to be done with a hose. That’s when he pointed out the tap by the main gate, which we hadn’t seen. The hose is long enough to reach ...

Cerro de la Cruz (or perhaps not)

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 30, 2012

6 photos

... in mud and the water has obviously been running through the town, out of control. There's not too much sign of serious damage now, but I find out later that a number of cars were washed away.

So I'm feeling rather guilty as I drive further up the hill - these people have obviously still got some problems, while I've come here to enjoy myself for a day .... Because of the state of the roads, I decide to park outside a small Ermita about 2 ...