Hotel Barrosa Park

Address: Urb Novo Sancti Petri s/n, Chiclana de la Frontera, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11130, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Urb Novo Sancti Petri s/n, Chiclana de la Frontera, is near Club de Golf Novo Sancti Petri.
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      Flamenco and football

      A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Jan 11, 2015

      4 photos

      ... is really poor, it makes underhill look palatial, and the local council who own it reseeded the grass at the start of December, and , surprise, it's not grown very well so the pitch was heavily sanded. I guess the standard was conference North/south. It was a good atmosphere, nice and sunny in a completely open stadium, no segregation of the fans, and maybe a thousand there. It ended a 1-1 draw, so honours ...


      A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Jan 05, 2015

      1 comment, 4 photos

      Well, things haven't gone exactly to plan. The journey was fine, we even made the very short connection in Madrid. Then at Jerez one of the big bags was missing, didn't arrive. Iberia hopes it will be on the flight in the morning. Then arriving at the apartment, the lovely one we had booked was already occupied on a one-year ...

      Spain - Cadiz

      A travel blog entry by mortlipp on May 13, 2014

      14 photos

      ... beaches where people sun bake and swim. Have tried a couple of places for tapas - not sure what we are ordering some of the time but it has all tasted good so far. Visited the cathedral, which is very impressive, particularly a large, solid silver monument in one of the chapels. Not sure who polishes the silver in this church but it would be a big job! Our four nights in Cadiz were all too short and Friday we caught a bus to ...

      Horses, sherry and flamenco

      A travel blog entry by ruthperelstein on May 11, 2013

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... monks until 1848 until they were driven from their lands. These monks had started breeding the horses to work the farm lands and pull carriages. In 1948 the monastary was returned to the Carthuian nuns who still inhabit the monastary but no longer have anything to do with the horses. It's a long story but eventually the monks give up the brand to a public company and the breed is The Stud of Catuja. Today this breed is pulling carriages and used ...

      Fixing the roof and a calamari nosh-up

      A travel blog entry by roberton on Sep 18, 2012

      5 photos

      ... bars and seafood. The streets are pleasantly unspoiled. As is typical of many old these towns, there's no space for the big chains, so the little old shops survive. Some of the survivors are quirky (to say the least), like niche charity shops, each with their own variety of assorted bric-a-brac. We bought Iain some shorts and had a very reasonably priced and wonderful seafood spread at a famous local emporium, Romerijo's. This is a vast but classy fish ...