Espana Hotel

Address: Avenida Alpujarra No 42, Lanjaron, Sierra Nevada National Park, Andalusia, 18420, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenida Alpujarra No 42, Lanjaron.
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        Travel Blogs from Lanjaron

        Riding day

        A travel blog entry by saradavid on Jun 11, 2013

        12 photos

        Second days riding - round trip up around the top of one of the valleys we crossed the previous day. Lots of beautiful meadows full of wildflowers, which were problematic because my horse kept laying down in them when we stopped. Bit of a drama when a piece of chain got jammed in my horses shoe before we set off.

        Dinner and "movie" night back at Dave and ...

        Las Alpujarras

        A travel blog entry by vgfamily on Apr 11, 2013

        5 photos

        ... had a delicious menu del dia of garlic soup, rice and sea food, and an array of tempting desserts. Once all of the calories we had burned on the hike were replaced, we emptied our pockets in a store selling leather products. Rubi bought a fashionable leather jacket and Monique a black leather purse.

        From Capileira, we wound our way down the mountain back towards Granada and the comfort of our home for the month. ...

        White-washed Houses and Honey :)

        A travel blog entry by laurelhawk on Nov 19, 2011

        25 photos

        ... The store was called Abuela de alí. The chocolate was AMAZING… and they had all of the chocolates offered in samples. (I probably ate two bars worth :S ) Elana and I had already bought rugs so we didn’t get anything else.

        After we left the town we stopped at the beach at Salobreña. There was a huge rocky outcropping that everyone climbed that overlooked the ocean. It was drizzling, but we ...


        A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Oct 11, 2011

        2 comments, 23 photos

        It's 5.45am when I get up. That's very early in the UK, but in Spain it's the middle of the night. But I think it's necessary if I'm to leave myself sufficient time to do Mulhacen, which looks like being an extremely long day.

        Mulhacen is the highest mountain on mainland Spain at 3479m above sea level. In the country as a whole, only Teide, on Tenerife, is higher. It's also a bulky mountain with long ridges stretching away from the summit in various directions, making it a ...

        Hiking up the highest mountain in Andulusia

        A travel blog entry by adamz on Jun 08, 2010

        239 photos

        ... owner understood I wanted to stay up at the refugio and that my bag was grande and as a result I wanted to leave some of my stuff in a bag at the hostel. He was kind enough to take the bag for me and not charge me anything for holding onto it.

        Popped into the ranger office before heading on the hike and got a brief trail description along with a few landmarks to keep an eye on. Found the info useful since a number of tracks not on the map crossed the track I ...