Al-Andalus Hotel

Address: Calle Siroco 1, Nerja, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29787, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle Siroco 1, Nerja, is near Caves at Nerja, Nerja Donkey Sanctuary, Torrox Costa Promenade, and Capistrano Playa (Beach).
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      Travel Blogs from Nerja

      Seeds of the opposite… the Alfa syndrome

      A travel blog entry by bertilemmes on Oct 06, 2014

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      ... taken away, but had to be sold in a final step of downsizing before leaving to Bolivia in a few days. But as with so many other things the feeling is mixed, the opposites touching in the middle.

      Sadness, because it was my little car, that gave me lots of pleasant moments, driving with the roof down in the sun with the music blasting down the coastal roads in Andalucia, attracting the ...

      Smoke gets in your eyes

      A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Nov 28, 2013

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      ... by the beach at Torrox and a farewell coffee at La Ermita we returned, packed and are ready to go apart from farewells to people here whom we know. As you can see Sue is happy to be ready for the off unless of course it is the beer in her hand! So, either La Cabrera just north of Madrid tomorrow or Biarritz depending how we feel, warmer in Biarritz though it is twice the ...

      Granada, Analusia

      A travel blog entry by andrearini on Feb 04, 2013

      4 comments, 14 photos

      ... in all of the pictures from the Alhambra. It is an awesome neighborhood that is unmistakably and deeply influenced by the Moors. The streets are all cobblestone, very narrow, and very curvy. We learned that the Moors made their streets very curvy so that you could never see what was ahead of you. I'm not sure what the purpose of that is, it just seems dangerous to me. There were stray cats everywhere, I think I even saw Aunt Patty's cat, Gabby! All of ...

      Spanish and Sea in Nerja

      A travel blog entry by andreajoy76 on Aug 01, 2012

      4 comments, 29 photos

      ... long morning exploring the typical Anadalusian hillside village of Frigiliano – a truly fabulous place and a must-see in Andalucia.

      I’d shut down all my fitness, nutrition, coaching, communication, and wellness books and shifted entirely to beach-worthy slobber novels that I would not be proud to be caught reading (grateful for my Kindle - where no one can see the cover)! :)

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      The Alhambra, night walking tour

      A travel blog entry by evanvanderploeg on May 12, 2012

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... had said like in a horror movie, people tend to die/go missing and the first people to “die” are usually the dumb blonde/going to the toilet/making out – so it was not advised to do any of those. It was quite funny because literally along the way we lost various people for different reasons. The remaining group then opted to do the adventurous walk up to see some actual caves. The guide said she only takes the occasional tour up here as not everyone is ...