Hotel Coto del Valle

Address: Carretera del Tranco Km 34.3, Cazorla, Andalusia, 23470, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carretera del Tranco Km 34.3, Cazorla.
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    Travel Blogs from Cazorla

    Mixed roads

    A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 13, 2014

    ... Andy was lying in the road (as you do to get an artistic shot) and asked Lin to turn the headlights off. She promptly washed the screen. When asked nicely to do what she was told, she turned on the windscreen wipers. Failing to achieve the objective, and at the behest of her husband to try again, she turned on the fan!!! Finally, Andy got up from the prone position and sorted things out - and turned the lights off. (Lin didn't want Val ...

    Baeza day trip

    A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... br> Baeza is is beautiful and I thoroughly recommend it. It is a renaissance era town very like Caceres in Extremadura but there were no tourists at all! We wandered around this jewel of a town taking photos with no one in. The old song Mad Dogs and Englishmen lodged in my mind for some reason lol! There are no main sights here just an ambience and several churches inside a central area that looked ...

    Day 3 - Granada to Cazorla

    A travel blog entry by cmorony on Oct 08, 2013

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    ... rare, at least until Mike came across one on a curve and managed to scuff the front number of a local's Seat. With no ability to communicate, we finally managed to convince the local inhabitant that no damage was done to his car by furiously rubbing at the deposited that Mike's LHS pannier had left on his bumbler. Following that the road turned to dirt and we ...

    Olives galore

    A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Sep 12, 2013

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    ... The Infrastructure is fantastic, wind farms are everywhere even solar farms pop up regularly not to mention the roads and high speed railway lines. OK, financially it may be a different story at the moment, but that can be rectified while Australias lack of forward planning is scary.We planned to stop over in Baeza but because of roadworks we never realised we were in Baeza until we saw the exit sign for the town. So we decided to just continue ...

    Road trip to town of Cazorla

    A travel blog entry by sknodle on Jun 11, 2013

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    After last nights party everyone is still able to manage to make it to breakfast on time at 9:00. I think staying up late is common for the Spaniards who often don't even eat dinner until 10 pm when in their normal routine. After breakfast we take a short road trip to the closest town, Cazorla. The winding road down the mountain makes some of us a little queazy. In the distance we can see olive trees forever. There are over ...