Hotel Campomar Playa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Campomar Playa El Puerto de Santa Maria
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... but alas for us it proved to be not very good - very dry and kinda salty. I'll stick with wine!
The outside of our hotel it is rather unassuming – in fact we nearly walked right by it. But open the big wooden door and it’s like you have stepped into another world. Ultra modern in every way – with artistic touches everywhere. They have thought of everything including robes and slippers – ...
... on staying there for several days and then doing some island hoping. Greek is a very difficult language to learn, because their alphabet is different. So even though I can figure out how to say a word, I can't spell it. They do have some signs in English, that is ...
... except for a few icecream shops and a couple cafes. Since it seemed like a quieter beach I figured everything has just closed for the night. At the end of the boardwalk they even had some free exercise equipment that was being used by several people.
After our walk, we headed back to the hotel, grabbed a couple of beers at the bar and then headed back to the room to crash. It had been a long day and the bed was looking awfully comfortable. ...
... Pueblo Blanco situated on top of a hill. We walked around the town and enjoyed the view from the top and going between white houses decorated nicely with beautiful flowers.
We drove further and saw a forest of wind turbines. Really, Spain has so many of them. Andalucia is aiming to provide 25% of its total energy supply coming from renewable sources. Way to go! It may be the poorest region in Spain now, but it may become the richest one (or ...
... rainforest area where we saw a 1/10th scale dinosaur and a normal size croc looking through a cheesy cave with a waterfall window, the hedges were cut into spirals and some other shapes. a few nice buildings later and we made it to the beach. reasonably crouded but the museum which was raised on pillars provided some awesome shade. saw the biggest lady with the ...