Hotel La Tartana

Address: Urb San Nicolas, La Herradura, Granada Province, Andalusia, 18697, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Urb San Nicolas, La Herradura, is near Cathedral and Royal Chapel (Capilla Real).
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    Travel Blogs from La Herradura

    Tears, Tantrums and new Beginnings

    A travel blog entry by jayannarnold on Oct 05, 2014

    8 photos

    ... take in our surroundings, learn the language and perhaps go for lunch together, as in, sit at the same table simultaneously, eat our meal and leave, having had a nice time. This is opposed to what normally happens when we , "try," to eat out. Normally it goes like this; 1. Arrive at restaurant and sit at table. Usually have to change tables a couple of times so we can squeeze in pram, plus whatever transport Alex has decided he wants to travel on that day, bike ...

    Noise, Bugs, school for all and finally some rain!

    A travel blog entry by jayannarnold on Sep 26, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... ruin their day. I managed to stand up there and back a total of 15 minutes. None of it was serene and I'm sure it didn't get close to helping me burn off the 2 million calories id just eaten at lunch. The miserable looking older couple who were sat next to us, dragged all their belongings 100 metres in the other direction and put their parasol in a position in front of them, so they couldn't see us as well as hear us. I could have been offended but I ...

    Impossible Anchorages

    A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Sep 17, 2014

    ... safe for anchoring.

    We were reduced to a marina again, which charged us an excessive amount and expected us to pay extra to use any of its facilities. We weren't exactly impressed, but it was somewhere safe to spend the night. By this point we were starting to feel that the sooner we got to Cartagena the better, even though we'd planned to take it slowly along this coast.
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    Of Moors and Mountains

    A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Mar 01, 2009

    26 photos

    ... and almost fizzy, leaving a reddish orange stain on all it touched. The next valley led us up to Trevelez, which at 1,600m (5,248 ft) is the highest town in Spain (they claim in Europe but I am not so sure). Here we were above the snow line, and there were large drifts in many of the side streets. The town is a bit of a cross between the Moorish villages we had seen and a more modern Spanish town, a not ...

    La Herradura

    A travel blog entry by coloradolax16 on Jun 23, 2008

    Well, La Herradura is this little town about sixty kilometers east of Marbella, and is home to the Northern Europeans who flock to Southern Spain in search of Summer relief. When we got there, it was just starting to heat up and the restaurants were not too crazy yet. Every night, for appetizers, my family and I would order fresh muscles cooked in salt water. Some of the most amazing foods I've ever ...