Gran Hotel Benahavis
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Desole je ne peux pas poster de photo en se moment....malheureusement parce que Benahavis cest TROP MALADE :0-D!!!! Nous somme a Malaga en se moment et nous tuons le temps en attendant de prendre le bus! Prochain arret Madrid! -------------------- Sorry i´m not able to post some picture right now....sadly because Benahavis IS MENTAL :0-D!!!! We are …
... around and then decided to see the Castillo de Colomores or the Colomores Castle. It’s not really a castle but a monument built as a tribute for Christopher Columbus. The architecture of the monument is very interesting as it seems to be an amalgamation of various architectural styles that had an influence on Spain- Arabic, Gothic, and Romanesque. It’s a small structure can be explored in a half hour and lots of fun for kids ...
Day 4's beginning was rather disappointing. Our plan was to spend the day in Granada, visiting the coveted Alhambra and then on the way back stop at the coastal village of Nerja. The entry into Alhambra is time restricted-there’s only certain times of the day you can visit it. We started early to get there by 9am through the mountains. Our son started to feel the motion sickness and with the ¾ ...
Day 3- The drive to Ronda was breathtaking. Gentle rolling hills with Olive, lemon, Orange farms as far as the eye could go. It really is the loveliest and most historical town of Andalusia. Ronda is situated in a mountainous area on a gorge El Tajo cut through by the river Gaudalevin. The views of the ...
... br> village. The pace seems to be going in a
slow motion with village folk chatting with each other while sipping a drink.
We loved the traditional Spanish village charm of Casares.
On our way back we stopped at Marbella- a popular resort town.
We went through the old town’s clean, narrow, cobblestone streets; every street
had its own unique character. One of the nice town squares to see at Marbella
is the Plaza de los Naranjos or Orange Square. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility