Dunas Puerto

Address: Camino de Los Enamorados, s/n, El Puerto de Santa Maria, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11500, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Camino de Los Enamorados, s/n, 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

    Wonderful little pueblo blanco

    A travel blog entry by clareandbuzz on Apr 10, 2015

    12 photos

    ... br> Today we took the local bus ride in a loop through old town and new...a great way to see everything for less than 1€ each and once all the Spanish got off at various stops, the driver practiced speaking English with us and gave us his own little tour. Great fun.
    During the second loop we got off in old town and spent the day walking around the streets, stopping for some ...

    Last of the summer cerveza !

    A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures on Mar 15, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... I could do.

    Meanwhile, Seņora had had a perfectly sober day enjoying her walk. She had met an interesting chap who'd been in the Foreign Legion and had suggested that he and his partner should join forces with Seņor y Seņora for that evening quiz.

    You will not be surprised to read that by the time of the quiz Seņor was fully into his jovial holiday partying mood. Seņor is normally adept in such quizzes but as ...

    Just a stopping point

    A travel blog entry by ldschaub on May 06, 2014

    ... except for a few icecream shops and a couple cafes. Since it seemed like a quieter beach I figured everything has just closed for the night. At the end of the boardwalk they even had some free exercise equipment that was being used by several people.

    After our walk, we headed back to the hotel, grabbed a couple of beers at the bar and then headed back to the room to crash. It had been a long day and the bed was looking awfully comfortable. ...

    Horses, sherry and flamenco

    A travel blog entry by ruthperelstein on May 11, 2013

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... be black again.

    Inside it smelled like fermenting alcohol. It was in a beautiful cool courtyard that led to a living room and then a warehouse were the sherry aged. I couldn't begin to remember the details of how it was done but they were old school and did everything by hand down to printing the labels. We tasted some lovely sherries and brandy after looking at their small but impressive collection of art from Goya to Velasquez and ...

    Fixing the roof and a calamari nosh-up

    A travel blog entry by roberton on Sep 18, 2012

    5 photos

    ... knowledge that it won't rain and the stuff will be good to use when needed. Don't get me wrong, cement is marvellous stuff - so is porridge - but occasionally a croissant really hits the spot. Anyway, once we'd worked out who was in charge, we fixed the roof (without cement, despite Louis' protestations). This did involve me driving back into town to get a dozen 4.9mm self-tapping roofing bolts from the builders' merchant. My phrase-book doesn't have ...