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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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Molino De Santillan Rincon de la Victoria

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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 ...

The first of three

A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on Apr 07, 2015

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... Steve, Barnsey and myself.
The format was we ride some trails and then when it came to a climb Lyndon would demonstrate and we'd all follow or it was deemed too technical only the A-Team would attempt it and the Pink Team would take the easier route round. The morning was going well but then Steve's clutch cable snapped and John had to return to base for a new one which left Lyndon on his own with both groups. Queue the chaos.
The problems ...

Malaga por el Mediterraneo

A travel blog entry by lebradlee on Mar 29, 2015

42 photos

... a fabulous four days and my only complaints would be the men and the mosquitoes (very similar actually), and the fact that I didn’t have someone close to me to enjoy this magical city by the sea with...maybe next time as I definitely intend on revisiting this place in the future and encourage anyone who has the chance to do the same. So much to see, explore, enjoy and discover. Satisfaction guaranteed!


Interesting architecture and boats on the beach

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Nov 04, 2013

33 photos

... morning we drove to an aqueduct and an old abandoned sugar mill to take our photos. The Maro Aqueduct is an interesting piece of architecture, all lines and angles, and painted in reds and yellows. We had to walk down a steep dirt road to get to it. We saw some of the homeless people that Kevan says make shelters in the caves around there. One of the pictures I took was of a darkly shaded area down in some trees and bushes. Kevan was helping me figure out ...

El Segway

A travel blog entry by ironhide502 on Jan 21, 2013

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... magnificent tour of the Malaga area, it was awesome and we all had a ball on the Segway's, the weather was cool but sunny so we were glad we did it here it was well worth it. Malaga is a beautiful city and has some famous history. Pablo Picasso was born here and Paul showed us his house, also Antonio Bandarras is from here and owns a restaurant in town. We saw some ruins that were 11 century and recently discovered, we went to the oldest pub in ...