Hotel Dom Jorge De Lencastre

Address: Praca D. Jorge De Lencastre 14, Grandola, Estremadura, 7570-136, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Praca D. Jorge De Lencastre 14, Grandola.
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    Travel Blogs from Grandola

    Tucked away beaches

    A travel blog entry by brunning on Jul 14, 2015

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    ... in between them, the best beach spot we had come across thus far. We spent the afternoon snoozing and swimming on a couple of the little beaches before continuing our trek in the evening. We noticed another good spot as we crossed a bridge to park up for the night, right by the water looking across a cool little town that looked similar to the white houses on ...

    Leaving lisbon

    A travel blog entry by brunning on Jul 13, 2015

    Spent the morning at a cafe next to our parking spot charging phones and using the wifi before starting our trek south. We spent the day at a beach we found so we could swim to escape the heat, and that night at a little beach front spot just south of Lisbon. We seem to have horrible luck with these sleeping spots as the boats started moving through the port super early waking us all ...

    Sardine, Anyone?

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Jul 08, 2015

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    ... were disbanded in the 14th Century, a new Knights of the Order of Christ took over and were primary drivers for Portugal's 15th century exploration push. Here, too, when reading the age -- over 900 years old -- I assumed we'd be seeing the ruins of the Templar complex. Was I ever wrong. From its condition, it could have been built 20 years ago. Tomar itself is a small town -- about 10,000 people -- and we cross through the center and then ...

    More run down parts of Portugal

    A travel blog entry by michealhurley on Jun 15, 2015

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    ... and I definitely will be going on tripadvisor to give them a great recommendation.
    I got my ship fix of the day while seeing an MSC container ship taking on his pilot, and navigating into the port of SINES.

    We wandered inland to check out a bit more of the Portuguese countryside to a little town called "Santiago do Cacem." A steep hill will bring you up to a vast carpark, from which you can walk the narrow, cobbled, ...

    Not my Sines..

    A travel blog entry by rileyloris_trip on Aug 21, 2014

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    ... ships, ferrel animals, grumpy locals and seagulls.. But sadly it is full of all of them.. Also our room has a kitchen in a closet. We have decided that tomorrow we would go back to Lagos to stay near the beach (like what we through we would be doing here) and then driving up to Bilbao on the 24th. We had dinner at a very very local establishment tonight, nothing special but we felt very touristy. Tomorrow it will be nice to maybe hang out by a beach and enjoy ...