Gandia Playa

Address: Devesa, 17, Gandia, Valencian Country, 46730, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Devesa, 17, Gandia.
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    Travel Blogs from Gandia

    Beach Time

    A travel blog entry by mollytara.spain on Jun 29, 2013

    16 photos

    ... Is that your suit? Do you wear that in the water?" It was a štankiniš - a tank top suit with a little bathing skirt to go with it. I said that it was somewhat common there - especially for moms who are a bit self-conscious about their bodies. She then saw Molly with her suit - 2 pieces, but a suit that primarily covered her up. Both Ana and Nuria were shocked that in a place like the U.S. that women wear more modest suits. I ...

    The Young, and The Wise

    A travel blog entry by sweetescapes on Sep 30, 2012

    362 photos

    ... and Juan had made plans to head to the beach eat lunch where we would have a traditional Paella. Again, i was blow away with where they took us. The restaurant was called Arrozeria DŽUnas was directly on the beach. Completely decorated in white with tents and curtains filling the outside with couches for looking only just to lounge. The place seemed a paradise you'd only find in the movies where the villain escapes to a paradise to sip pina coladas on a beach. They had made ...

    To kill some tomatoes

    A travel blog entry by curlybap on Oct 10, 2009

    Went to Valencia for 5 days, one day of which we spent out in Bunol for La Tomatina- great fun! Thousands of people crowd into this tiny town to have a massive tomato fight for one hour on the last wedensday of every month. Not the kind of thing you'd do again but am really glad I done it- crazy!
    Valencia itself was lovely- very clean and well kept and the locals were especially ...

    Dancing with Sharks

    A travel blog entry by nklenske on Jun 18, 2006

    51 photos

    ... Spanish acid, there were really sharks swimming around in an aquarium encircling the dance floor (or at least one level of one of the dance floors). But let's back up and start at the beginning. Clearly you don't just step off a plane and find yourself with a cigarette in hand dancing like a wannabe local. No, first you must get a sense of your surroundings. Then you drink. And finally, somehow, you convince yourself you are one of them. The day was ...

    The spectacular fall

    A travel blog entry by youngt on Feb 08, 2006

    ... It was very cold at 7 in the morning. It would have been hard enough to get up so early regardless of the weather. This just made it harder. I walked up to school for my first day of "Control y Programacion de Robots," also known as Robot control and programming. Again it was a small class, and it would become smaller as the semester progressed. The professor was very nice, spoke clearly and didn't ask too many questions. I didn't have too much of ...