HCC Hotel Montsia
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The are not many stretches of the Mediterranean coast that have not been developed but this area is still relatively unspoilt by apartment blocks and holiday villas. It is also an unusual habiat as most of the delta region is used for growing rice as they have plentiful supply of water from the Rio Ebro. We sayed at the campsite at L'Eucaliptus where there is just a small town on the coast and little else. There are also a ...
... and stayed at a nice little caravan park on the beach. The next day we only drove for an hour or so and landed in the beachside town of L'Ametlla de Mar.
We free camped near the marina and walked along the many cliffs and checked out the pristine bays and beaches that hide in between these cliffs. What a beautiful little town. We ended up in a caravan park on the other side of town for 2 more nights. Our pitch was about 100 metres from the water, 50 metres from the ...
... enjoying an ice-cream as we dawdled along.
We arrived in Barcelona at around 3.30 and were very happy to have a quiet few hours resting before we bumped into Daniel and Linda at reception and decided to walk into town together for a quick bite. The majority of the group had ventured out to one of the organised, but not included nights to ...
... perhaps Andalusian, and not to be messed with. He was snorting and rearing and was presenting himself in all his magnificence. We followed and were able to get ahead of them to take a video.
The lagoon area was a series of irrigation ditches and flooded rice paddies which were being newly planted. Not much to see there. The road was narrow, the sun hot overhead and a ...
... for humans. We have a large double bedroom with an en-suite shower room and stunning views of the mountains. We wake up to the most incredible sunrise every morning, it still takes our breath away. In the evenings we sit around the wood burner drinking beer and playing cards. We are staying here over Christmas and the New Year so we must make the best of it and be thankful that our hosts are kind enough to accommodate us over the festive season. They ...