Hotel Rural Mirasierra

Paseo De Mirasierra 1, Guejar Sierra, Andalusia, 18160, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Paseo De Mirasierra 1, Guejar Sierra, is near Escuela Andaluza de Esqui.
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    Travel Blogs from Guejar Sierra

    Cueva Secreta

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Mar 15, 2013

    13 photos

    ... two huge snow-covered mountains directly in front. Alcazaba and Mulhacen. Their summits are both over 2000m above me. Mulhacen is the higher of the two (in fact it's the highest peak on the Spanish mainland), but it's Alcazaba which takes the eye - its rugged appearance makes it clear how it got its name, which means "fortress". The sky has clouded over slightly, but there's still a strong glare from the snow slopes leading towards the summits.

    The ...

    Solo hablo Espanol

    A travel blog entry by aramyazdani on Feb 08, 2013

    2 comments, 42 photos

    ... here). The school is very cute as well, it looks like its carved in the mountain and it seemed like a really good school. They also teach Flamenco guitar there and I think I will study Flamenco guitar there!

    After our walk through Albaycin we went to the Mirador. There you can see the Al Hambra and the Sierra Nevada Mountains! The view was breathtaking!! You should see it yourself! And not only we could sit and look at the beautifull sight, we also had ...

    Cabanas Viejas

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Jan 10, 2013

    16 photos

    ... but there are high cliffs immediately above it (and plenty of evidence of recent rockfall) and sheer unprotected drops below. So my driving along it never gets out of second gear and I'm grateful for the fact that I don't meet anything coming the other way at the critical points. The guidebook says this was once a tramway, which I find quite astonishing given the remote location and difficult terrain. There are quite a few rough-hewn tunnels to drive through ...

    Leaving Pomegranate City

    A travel blog entry by nownself on Jun 22, 2012

    12 photos

    ... small bits of blue, has faded away.

    Since we are very sited out the rest of our free time was spent wandering shops and stopping for food. The last group dinner was high on the hill in the Moorish quarter. There was a lookout across to the Alhambra, a great hangout for tourists.

    Now I must try to pack because today we go to Malaga where we leave our tour and take the train to Madrid. ...

    30 Minutes from Granada, There is Paradise

    A travel blog entry by laurelhawk on Oct 22, 2011

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... industrial-style kitchen. With a large gas stove, plenty of counter space, industrial-sized sink, fridge, etc. Just around the corner from the entryway was a horseshoe-shaped seating area- very tiny, but it nicely accommodated all of us, snuggling. There was also a fireplace which we had tried to use, but were quite unsuccessful in starting a fire.

    When we got there everyone claimed their beds. Elana and I had not planned on spending the night so we ...