Gran Hotel del Coto

Address: Sector D Segunda Fase, Matalascanas, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Sector D Segunda Fase, Matalascanas, is near Bolonia Beach and Facinas Road.
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      Travel Blogs from Matalascanas

      El Caballo Blanco

      A travel blog entry by julieashley on Jun 02, 2012

      4 photos

      ... bloody place! Show was great! They horses were amazing. It was like super advanced dressage. They did some amazing gaits and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Jerez is also famous for sherry so were went to one of the sherry bodegas. Too hard, no English, can't help. We gave up and had an expensive coffee. There's a reason Jerez doesn't show up on tourist routes. They really need to get their act ...

      Home from home

      A travel blog entry by hjainley on Apr 06, 2011


      ... a canal, but there were several and it was hard to know if I should be keeping straight ahead or not. People told me I should, and one not only gave me extensive directions but a litre and a half of water. I needed this as we had just poured half of mine away trying to get it into my new bottle, which only had a sucky bit and refused to be refilled. Unfortunately keeping straight ahead was difficult as there was work in progress on the railway, which did a lot to add to the ...


      A travel blog entry by carolinachloe09 on Mar 11, 2010

      2 comments, 6 photos

      There really isnŽt loads to say about this place, but it is evident old people settle here and horses draw them in. The show was basically us and the population of atleast 10 retirement centers. I understand horses are not the easiest to train, but by the way Chloe was clapping youŽd think the horse was able process cheddar. Seriously though, when numbers of horses danced around balancing on their hind legs only, I was impressed!

      -Josh ...

      It's over... sort of

      A travel blog entry by catedoyle on May 18, 2007

      ... been in the middle of exams and then Collin came. The two weeks between Semana Santa and Feria passed quickly, and then it was Feria and I was off to Barcelona. I literally bought the tickets a week before. One minute I had been debating where to go, the next my phone rang: it was my friend Mario who is studying in Barcelona, which was one of the cities on my list. I figured it was a sign and I bought a ticket that same day, figuring traveling alone wouldn't be a big ...

      Letter Home

      A travel blog entry by catedoyle on Feb 03, 2007

      ... I speaking almost entirely Spanish between us, perhaps she realized it would be easier than she thought to communicate. Carmen ended up grilling the meat since I feared the hot oil that was spitting out of the pan every time we turned the fish. I also had a short moment of fear when I realized the fish wasn't deboned and had a LOT of spiky little bones that cut into my hand as I held them to clean them (flashbacks of fishbones stuck in my throat in China made me nervous), but it ...