Hotel Molino De Santillan

Address: Ctra. A Macharavialla, km. 3, Rincon de la Victoria, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29730, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Ctra. A Macharavialla, km. 3, Rincon de la Victoria, is near Playas de Las Acacias and Instituto Andalusi de Espanol.
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Travel Blogs from Rincon de la Victoria

Day 5: On up the Coast

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jun 05, 2021

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... town as a seat of government, beyond Malaga there are a bunch of little villages that are independent, with there own little tiny sub-region. I’m assuming these villages must all have their own sense of identity… anyways, it’s an excuse to head up to the hills and get off the beach highway—and easily finish my Superhike in a day or two. After that, maybe I’ll take a bus on up the road to check out Almeria, my last ...

Welcome to our Cruise Blog

A travel blog entry by tdm999 on Jan 12, 2015

2 photos

Dear family and friends,

Tomorrow we sail on the Queen Mary 2 for a 32 day cruise from Malaga to Singapore. During our trip we will add daily updates in an effort to share some of our adventure with you.

I'm afraid that I can't add anymore at the moment as ...

Christmas in Mijas, Malaga

A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Dec 25, 2014

7 photos

We were heading for a camp for Christmas, and along the motorway we find a market, and then an aire. Driving in you could not miss the Kiwi Flag hoisted high by John and Kerry's camper. They are our first kiwi's on route since Mark and Sue in Normandy, France way back in August.
We ...

Catching up with Wilma and Marcel

A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Dec 19, 2014

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We arrived in Ricon after an easy drive from Seville. We got a little lost thanks to conversion issues with GPS. Second attempt worked and as it works Wilma and Marcel had just arrived too.

We stayed right by the beach. We had a very pleasant night catching up with each other. We met them in St Emilion and shared a wine then. This is how friendships start. I found a ...

Exploring Andulusia

A travel blog entry by nanaof7 on Oct 09, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... spoke flawless English and led us on an enthusiastic tour. The tour consisted of St. Michaels caves ( surreal experience ), The Seige tunnels and most impressively, the Summit itself, which on a clear day(not today), you can see two continents and two oceans. The Rock is home to approximately, 200 "apes", which are actually, tailless Barbary macaques-a type of monkey. They are everywhere! We really enjoyed Adrian's interaction with the apes, encouraging several from our group ...