Hotel Riu Calypso

Address: 35625 Playa de Jandia, Playa de Jandia, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, 35625, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 35625 Playa de Jandia, Playa de Jandia, is near Playa de Cofete.
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      Travel Blogs from Playa de Jandia

      Day 6

      A travel blog entry by valepark2 on Feb 03, 2015

      Another sunless, windy and very cool day It would be even worse were it not for the organised coach trips and entertainment put on by the hotel. The trip was again up into the mountains. This time the centre of interest was goat farming and the production of goat's cheese. A topic that has always been at the top of our "need to ...

      Day 5

      A travel blog entry by valepark2 on Feb 02, 2015


      Moving day, and it was another miserable one The Sun didn't appear and the wind continued to blow. The temperature was supposed to be 20C but it felt much lower. We departed from Playa Blanca aboard the Fred Olsen ferry for the short journey to Fuertoventura. We arrived in Carrelajo 15 minutes later. The new Botel is again of the highest standard. The nights entertainment wes a Flamenco dancer.
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      Alone on a desert island

      A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on May 12, 2014

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      ... reveal palm trees and cactuses, now adorned with their springtime blossoms of yellow, orange and pink. (A movie coming out soon, Exodus, was filmed here, the part where Moses crosses the Sinai Desert.)

      The name of the Canary Islands does not come from the bird but from the Latin Canariae Insulae, meaning "Island of the Dogs," the name given to Gran Canaria by visiting Romans who found the islands inhabited by a large and ...

      Gran Tarajal, Fuerteventura

      A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 30, 2014

      ... would have to do our packing later. But never mind that for now; the weather looked as though it would be a lot better today so we were going to make the most of our last day.

      We disembarked the Braemar and enjoyed a pleasant slow stroll along the harbour. Gran Tarajal is, apparently, one of the biggest towns on the island and owes its success to the fact that all of the island’s tomatoes were once shipped from here. From ...

      Last port of call

      A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Jan 06, 2014

      5 photos

      ... and more musicians entertaining the crowds.We have visited some very diverse ports on this cruise, met some lovely people, enjoyed good food and apart from David bashing his knees and myself now having a cough and cold it had been a great start to the New Year.Now we can look forward to joining MS Braemar on another voyage in a few weeks time to West Africa & Cape Verde ...