Del Mar Hotel

Address: C/ Babor 5, El Puerto de Santa Maria, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11500, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on C/ Babor 5, El Puerto de Santa Maria, is near Camera Obscura, Torre Tavira, Museum of Cadiz (Museo de Cadiz), and Coto Donana Natural Reserve.
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      Travel Blogs from El Puerto de Santa Maria

      Carmona and Cadiz

      A travel blog entry by tonatiu on Dec 06, 2014

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      ... to a Neil Diamond song to celebrate my Dad's birthday on the 5th. I watch the other campers from my windows they are quite funny. Some even have little santa's and christmas decorations on display from their caravan windows. They all seem to have matching his and her bicycles and it is quite a surreal sight watching them glide by my van in matching outfits, synchronised beings that are morphed into a seemingly ...

      Sobre Mesas

      A travel blog entry by millarmotortour on Oct 16, 2013

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      The county of Andalusia, the bridge between Europe and Africa, is the where the Tartesian and Phoenicians first landed 3,000 years ago. The ferry port of Tarifa is small, but big enough to host 46 kite and windsurf ships! Consistent winds and beautiful Atlantic coast beaches without highrise condos is the attraction. TarifaHostel South is brand new and very basic for $12 euro /person. Great driving stops along the ...

      Exploring Jerez and Cadiz

      A travel blog entry by ruthperelstein on May 07, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... the island and the urban center of the city. On June 25 of 1985 is declared of cultural interest .

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      A Relaxing Day in Cadiz

      A travel blog entry by craigferris on Aug 16, 2012

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      ... the Nuevo Cathedral, and many great houses. While the City has some its medieval character in terms of tight winding streets, it does not retain any medieval buildings as the Dutch invaded in 1566 and leveled the City. It slowly was rebuilt and this was accelerated by the Royal Prerogative. It is also neat as this led to the naming of the streets or areas. As I ran today, I ran by "Honduras" “Venezuela”, etc. It seems all the New World ...

      Coasting through Cádiz

      A travel blog entry by lmcfarland on Sep 25, 2011

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      ... of government. (Generalissimo Franco suspended the constitution during his time in power, but once his rule ended in 1975, the old freedoms returned. The Spaniards are grateful, and Cádiz is preparing for a grand celebration for the constitution’s 200th birthday next year.)

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