Mediterraneo Park Roquetas de Mar
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... out to encourage tourists to find their way around her town. We’ve found tourist staff are usually of two kinds – the can’t be bothered, I’ve got a cushy job for life type, or the extremely eager and helpful ones, who are often younger. However, armed with a map and our very out-of-date Lonely Planet guide we felt equal to the task.
Almunecar was founded by ...
... way round on both carriageways!
it was a beautiful day and we had a lovely trip passing the hill towns of Arahal,Osuna and Antequera and then down past the Montes de Malaga to the Costa del Sol The thing we noticed most about the journey were the acres and acres of olive trees extending for miles, as far as the ...
... was in a much better position, with less wind and no tomato greenhouses.
There is not really a village as such, just a nice looking bar/ restaurant , a hotel and a cluster of houses. There is a beach - the Playa del Arco and a couple of small ...
... climb up to another miradouro with lovely views, then drop down into what the Lonely Planet describes as a caldera and a plain with the village of Rodalquilar, which has an old gold mine.
We drive on to Las Negras, another small resort, again with a large number of wild camping MH's
After this the road ...
Today we went inland to 'Texas Hollywood', Fort Bravo!!Set in the fantastical Tabernas Desert and mountain ranges. A vast empty lunar landscape, where many of the 60's Spaghetti westerns were filmed and where low budget westerns, adverts and music videos are now shot. Fort Bravo is a dusty, old filmset cowboy place, with a mexican village, native american reserve and wild west town in one.
You turn off the main tarmac road and drive along a gravel path through a ...