Hostal Residencia La Torre

Avda. Barcelona, 7, Torreblanca, Castellon Province, Valencian Country, 12596, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

Travel Blogs from Torreblanca

The rain in Spain

A travel blog entry by lynnib


... with various background noises, such as the drone of motorway traffic, high speed rail lines, flight path of airports, but here at Ribamar it is the calming, soothing sound of the sea, waves tumbling onto the shore. Shortly after setting up, it came on to rain which lasted until early evening, but once the evening meal was out of the way, we were ready for an early night anyway. Thursday was a mix of overcast and sunshine, though we did ...

La Mezquita de Cordoba

A travel blog entry by louielou


... out so it back to the hostal for a siesta (I'm liking this siesta trend...) Later that night I headed out to take some photos and grab a bocadilla to eat. I strolled across the Roman Bridge and took a bunch of photos as the sun set and all the lights came on over at the Mezquita and the bridge as well. It was very beautiful. It also must be the top place to get wedding photos taken as I saw at least 3 brides getting pictures taken ...


A travel blog entry by julieashley

This is a top pick!

... yeh, Juan it's got good foundations, it's cool, solid. Might make a nice cathedral' 'it's a bit big for a cathedral don't you think, Carlos' 'no problem. Knock out a couple of  arches here, whack in some marble columns and no one will know the difference. ' replied Carlos. 'it'll be like a cathedral with an undercover verandah on four sides' So the ...

The Mezquita

A travel blog entry by catswain


... red and white striped arches which are
supposed to represent palm trees. The masons who worked on the Mezquita were a mixture of Muslims, Christians, and Jews. Some of them carved their names or other little messages into the walls and pillars of the Mezquita. (Early graffiti.) I was really amazed by the Mezquita. I may try and go back in again before we leave Cordoba.

After viewing ...

First Week in Córdoba

A travel blog entry by kramsay


... together so I am always afraid to make any noise...but I am slowly getting over this. I share a bathroom with the other student that is living here. This leads to my housing situation. As my parents are well aware I was very upset and very unsure about whether or not I would be able to live with this arrangement for four months. My house mom is quite conservative, very Catholic, and she likes things done a certain way. Yolanda is 23, she is a medical student studying this year in ...


This hotel, located on Avda. Barcelona, 7, Torreblanca, is near Jewish Quarter (Juderia), Palacio Museo de Viana, Calleja de las Flores, and Museo de Julio Romero de Torres.
Map this hotel

Other places to stay in Torreblanca