Hacienda Beach Apartments

Address: Ctra. Cadiz Malaga 163, Estepona, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29680, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ctra. Cadiz Malaga 163, Estepona, is near Selwo Aventura, Estepona Golf, and Palaeontology Museum of Estepona.
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    Day 1-2: Gibraltar

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 01, 2021

    76 photos

    ... with a statue of a guy on a bicycle. I guess they don’t want anyone to forget that, hey, maybe Spaniards doesn’t own Gibraltar but they did play a part it making it what it is. Then it’s off across Gibraltar’s unique airport… the only major airport where you can walk or drive across the runway-- in fact, you have to if you want to get into the colony! Along the way you get a great view of the imposing face of the cliff and the ...

    I must go down to the sea again !

    A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures on Mar 01, 2015

    3 photos

    ... written on the envelope. Seņor y me, eyes raised to the sky in bewilderment, left her alone to sit at another table.

    Little to report, rather boring, nothing untoward, a bit like the weather. As you can see, the forecast is for a pleasant week ahead, no rain, no snow, no wind, no frost, no mist - no………just warm sun but March the 4th looks a bit dodgy - where did those blasted clouds come from?

    St. David's Day - ...

    Gallivanting around Gibraltar

    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jul 08, 2014

    18 photos

    ... day. The fire power used by the Spanish lead the British to tunnel into the solid rock for safety. During WW2, Gibraltar served as a key naval and air base. The position of the town was critical in the campaign against the German U-boats and in monitoring Mussolini's fleet. While the Spanish never attacked the rock during WW2, it is believed that General Franco wished to regain the area and as such additional tunnels and other preparations were done. While ...

    Why Travelling is Awesome

    A travel blog entry by nopiensodiaries on Dec 02, 2013

    3 photos

    ... dull dinner parties or when the grandkids have a go at you for being boring. The only thing that scares me about growing old is getting there with no good stories to tell and luckily, at the age of 25, I don’t think I’ll ever have that problem!

    Food - Travel and food go hand in hand in my world and the only question I ask when a person gets back from a trip (after the obligatory "How was it?") is: “How was the ...

    A tale of two cities

    A travel blog entry by cemewa on Oct 24, 2013

    46 photos

    ... knew that Canberra is the capital of Australia. He is a mad Barcelona FC fan and we tried to explain Aussie rules to him. Complete failure. He thought we were talking about rugby. We both had excellent grilled fish with garlic and aubergine.

    Ceuta is claimed by Morocco but is well integrated into Spain and has an impressive barrier fence and the Spanish Legion to keep out all those pesky Africans trying to get into the EU. Gibraltar ...