Hotel Cala Bahia
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... no rush… I take my time checking out the nice new harbour marina area with its long shaded promenade, classy little open air restaurants and lighthouse right at the end—an upscale, more modern side of Malaga that I missed on my last visit. Then I continue along the road, passed another stretch of beach….then a neighbourhood of long, narrow alleys and single storey houses—almost like another Old Town… Then you pop out at the end ...
... ended up at the lunch stop and after a hearty lunch we were ready to go. I was a little disappointed with my first couple of hours riding but it was starting to come back to me and I was really enjoying the riding and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge, not too hot, not too cold but just right. The next couple of hours passed really quickly, my confidence was growing and the trails were fast and varied then we went through a little stream. I had ...
... jamon y queso y postres autenticas, it was time to find la playa muy popular se llama Malagueta. In order to get this beach, we had to cross over a lovely palm tree lined promenade and flower filled park, take a leisurely walk through the marina and port full of sailboats, yachts and cruise ships, and pass through another area full of restaurants and shops that caters to the constant flocks of tourists. ...
... It was lunch time (we agreed we were feeling a bit “peckish!”) so we drove to the next location nearby, Burriana Beach. It was very windy by now and we had to secure everything by setting heavy things on top or the napkins and plates and even the sandwiches would blow away. I had ordered a cheese sandwich this time. That ham is a little too stringy for me! Again we also had lettuce and tomatoes (from Dave and Jill’s garden), fruit, water ...
... de Panaderos lies at about 1000m above sea level on the way towards the Puerto de Frigiliana, the lowest point on the mountain watershed for many miles in either direction and a route which must have been fairly heavily used in years gone by.
But that isn't the only reason for this Venta's importance, because in the late 1940s and early 1950s it was right in the centre of an area being contested by the two sides in a conflict which was ...