Hotel El Horreo

Santa Isabel, S/N, Corcubion, A Coruna Province, Galicia, 15130, Spain | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Santa Isabel, S/N, Corcubion.
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    Love it! love it! love it!!!!

    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Aug 23, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    We left the lovely little bay and headed for Vilagarcia, not too far away. We found a spot in the marina and proceeded to go pay for the berth only to be told they were full - being a Friday and all that etc etc etc. So we anchored outside the breakwater (along with another British boat that was turned down).

    We took the dinghy to the marina and went exploring. ...

    An unusual village

    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Aug 22, 2014

    16 photos

    ... we wandered around the village which I must say is very different to what we've seen so far - most of the houses are brightly coloured and have their own individual design, its almost as if most were hand designed and built with whatever materials were available to them.

    The sunset was just so beautiful especially as there was very little wind.


    Over & out

    A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on May 24, 2014

    3 photos

    Oh my gosh. Last day - today we walk into Fisterra and then on to Finesterre - the end of the earth. Been a long journey and one I am all the richer for having participated. Richer for the experience of what I have seen, richer for the people I have met, richer for the experiences of new things and richer for the relationships I've formed.

    Both woke really tired. Our great accom on the beach also turned out to be at an ...

    Cee the sea

    A travel blog entry by jules.harnett on Oct 20, 2013

    36 photos

    ... realized. He quickly bought me a beer or two. After that it was a simple task to pay €20 to have the bag transferred (one wonders). We then discovered that the hotel had no operating spa, the pool was not heated and they didn't serve dinner. In theory one was supposed to wander down the hill to the local tapas bars and then back up again. I had a lukewarm bath and lay down to consume my last supplies, a large bar of Milka chocolate and three All Bran apple-flavored ...

    End of the Earth

    A travel blog entry by angel.mathis on Jul 20, 2013


    ... miles walking, and sharing drinks and meals together almost every day.

    Our core group consisted of mostly men including two Hungarians (Kasmeer who spoke zero English and surprised me one day when he said ¨Hi¨and Peter who spoke excellent English and did a lot of translating), an Austrian (21 y.o. Marcos who was so cute I actually had to pinch his cheek once and described him to people as a young guy so cute you ...