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

    Yay!!

    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jun 22, 2015

    45 photos

    ... in and tossing us about – we headed further east. We ended up anchoring in a very pleasant bay – with less
    swell.

    Saturday 20 June
    After a much better nights sleep we headed off for Motril from where we should be able to
    get to Granada.We found a moorin gat the Real Club – a bit a distance away from the town but that's okay.

    Sunday 21 June
    Tried to take a busto the bus ...

    Espana Profunda and Bob Esponga

    A travel blog entry by dennis.deneuto on Sep 01, 2012

    ... Ta luego"

    Perfect for my speaking as I sometimes forget the correct endings anyway. But very challenging for me to listen and understand.

    The town square is a lovely place to sit and watch the world (and the horses) go by and sip a mojito. And I may be mistaken but there were a few male couples around so its possible that "no estoy el solo gay en el pueblo".

    Despite the way I make this sound, its a gorgeous and picturesque town in utterly ...

    Trevenque

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Dec 20, 2011

    19 photos

    ... around here, but most of them are expert in retreating before you can get the camera trained on them!

    Eventually we get to the steep summit tower, where there's a minor scramble on to the top (2083m, about 700m above the car park). There's not enough room to swing a cat up here, although someone has managed to squeeze a small shrine or two amongst the rocks. The view is brilliant - you can see the Axarquia mountains to ...

    Hiking up the highest mountain in Andulusia

    A travel blog entry by adamz on Jun 08, 2010

    239 photos

    ... a bit dark for a decent photo.

    At this point headed straight back to the refugio and managed to get back at dusk.

    Day 4

    Headed back down today to Capiliera. Had thought about walking to the buddist temple near the town but in the end decided to be lazy and ended up having a short walking day. Instead, decided to follow the irrigation trail past the point where I had climbed up onto it from the trail.

    Found that I went along there were ...

    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 ...