Hotel Atalaya

Address: Itxaropen Kalea 1, Mundaka, Basque, 48360, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Itxaropen Kalea 1, Mundaka, is near Mundaka Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Mundaka

    Day 45- Spain

    A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on May 24, 2015

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... square next to our apartment and people sit around there all day drinking in the sun. It is Sunday here so there is nothing open today except for bars. We walked around the town and went up to a beautiful ancient church which looks out to sea. After that we went in the car to the next town around the coast , Bermeo, which is a much bigger port and fishing village. Everyone just sitting in ...

    Dead Goose Society

    A travel blog entry by spartanbaz on Sep 05, 2014

    9 photos

    ... It was an early start on Friday morning, being that I got up at 9:30am. After a quick croissant from Consuela's (I tried unsuccessfully to make her smile by grinning at her) we set off through the mountains along the coastal route towards Lekitio. I had heard there was to be a 'dead goose' festival here today and was understandably keen to see this. First of all we had the mountain roads to navigate. One extreme bend in the road followed another as I leant Tinkerbell over ...

    Basque Country

    A travel blog entry by garthf on Jul 27, 2013

    9 photos

    ... of the crew and we’re all unloaded and settled in by around 4pm.

    We head out to the nearest town, Palenzia, for dinner and a stroll. Finding seating for 11 is pretty straightforward, and we pick a place with a menu that includes plenty of familiar comfort food. The cousins are all pretty excited to see each other and there's plenty of squealing and running around but our fellow patrons don't seem to mind.

    After a full ...

    Day 3 conference

    A travel blog entry by alex_ioana2010 on Apr 13, 2011


    ... and XPS (xray photoelectron spectroscopy). It was ok- but they did it in the wrong order for me (detailed the mechanism behind XPS which I already know, and glossed over Raman with which I'm not so familiar). They had some amazing jamon afterwards though.

    When I got back to the Casco Viejo I did a bit of shopping - bought a jacket, some chinos, a tshirt. Then had a quick dinner in a bar and headed home! Last day tomorrow!

    A slower pace - the Spanish Basques

    A travel blog entry by sandtinspain on Jul 08, 2010

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... a very friendly tourist, who spoke, in her own words, "very little English" offered some assistance. She navigated the menu for us, which was an absolute gold mine!! Our lunch consisted of a mixed green salad, the best pork ribs Toren has ever eaten, dessert and a bottle of wine - for 10 Euro each!

    Tomorrow, I intend to relax in the sun while Toren will attempt to take on the Europe's longest "left breaking wave".

    With love from Spain,