Hotel Rey Carlos

Address: Calle Carlos III, 2 - 4, Es Castell, Minorca, Balearic Islands, 7720, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Calle Carlos III, 2 - 4, Es Castell, is near Mahon Port and Es Grau.
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Travel Blogs from Es Castell

Cala Fornells 40°03'.9N 04°08'.1E

A travel blog entry by karele on Jul 15, 2015

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... stew (caldereta de langosta) but it is quite expensive and on our cruisers' budget, out of question... On Sunday morning we went to buy a new tender. Indeed the one who had was getting old and was too small. We had seen one in a shop in Fornells. J asked me to haggle the price, it was 480 euros and I got it for 400, which I was very pleased about. So there we are, we have got a new addition to the family and his name is ...

Menorca Spain

A travel blog entry by libbydove on Jul 15, 2015

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... and exploring what we thought was just a little fishing village. It was so much more! And again, as expected, it was very hot. John Melinda and Nicaela explored one of the beaches but returned to the pool on board ship. Menorca really is a very great contrast to Barcelona and a welcome inn on our voyage! On this particular day a picture paints a thousand ...

Cuitadella 39°59'.6N 3°49'.5E

A travel blog entry by karele on Jul 14, 2015

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... to be. We ended up motoring to Cuitadella which is the ahold capital of Minorque. We didn't spend a good night sleep unfortunately and decided to move further out of the anchorage in the morning. We went for a walk in the town and it was a lovely surprise. It reminds me of La Rochelle for its arcades and also of the Ile d'Ieu. I felt like being in France and there were a lot of French people around. Jamieson loves it here as a lover of France like he ...

Cala Son Saura Minorca

A travel blog entry by karele on Jul 13, 2015

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... nous sommes, l'île est "sauvage", on ne voit pas d'habitations, c'est vraiment beau. This morning we have left Majorca after having spent 1 month there. Times flies and it feels like we have only been there a fortnight, amazing! We have sailed for seven hours, two of which we had to motor as there was no wind. I used this time to put the washing machine on not that we used many clothes in this heat but we use lots of beach towels on the other hand. Whist ...

Drive to our last Minorcan destination S'Algar

A travel blog entry by leonie.dowell on May 24, 2015

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Our accomodation was lovely, a 2 bedroom villa with its balcony over looking the pool. A great time to wash as a foldable clothes line in the sun while we relaxed back with afternoonies. This is a lay back feeling fishing village with few tourists and a great place for divers.we walked the village and found a cafe frequented by locals, dinner ...