Hotel Rural Mirasierra

Address: Paseo De Mirasierra 1, Guejar Sierra, Andalusia, 18160, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

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

    Snow in Granada

    A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Mar 26, 2015

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... steeply, with a precipitous drop on one side and cliffs up the other. There were, of course, the obligatory hair pin bends but I am getting very used to negotiating them and ahead of me I could see the snow line. On and on we went and I began to get uneasy, surely I should be at the site by now, but there was no sign of it and there was also nowhere for me to pull off the road to look at the map. I passed through snow covered pine forests where ...

    Living the Life of a Tourist in Granada

    A travel blog entry by travellingross on Jun 25, 2013

    34 photos

    ... until 1130 pm. Annoying. The hotel is in a great location and great value & service for 55 Euro/n (about 75 Aussie $). I'd only booked for two nights but stayed three as I wanted the extra day to catch my breath after the Portugal blitz. This is the benefit of not booking hotels in advance and that's the kinda holiday I wanted this time around.

    I was glad I pre-booked ticket thru the hotel to the Alhambra as ...

    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 ...

    What a Week

    A travel blog entry by morgannorwood on Feb 17, 2013

    9 photos

    ... and risking getting lost on the way down. But, like the typical Spaniards that we are, Krysta and I didn't want to leave without first taking a siesta on top of the hill. We told them to go on without us and we would make our way down later. How worth it to stay up there.. we got to nap in the sun and take in the views for over an hour more. You quickly lose track of time in such a beautiful place. So, we started our way down the hill. After going for awhile, we thought we were ...

    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 ...