Hotel San Miguel

Carretera de Cartaya a El Rompido, km. 6 , El Rompido, Andalusia, 21459, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Carretera de Cartaya a El Rompido, km. 6 , El Rompido, is near La Rabida Monastery.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel San Miguel El Rompido

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Travel Blogs from El Rompido

Charming East Algarve Beach Town

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jun 16, 2014

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We immediately had a good feeling about Tavira too. The drop in midday temperature to 27C/80F when we arrived meant we could explore to our heart's content. The center of town is very attractive with lovely whitewashed buildings and ...

Broken camera!!!

A travel blog entry by obrillips on May 27, 2014

1 photo

... the camp site. We were curious as to why it avoided us and all the tents even though there was food. Soon a man on his bike came ride over yelling "damn dog" in a heavy, non posh, British accent. He and his wife chased the dog as we giggled at their attempts. Later we saw the couple but not the dog. They then told us the story which made us feel horrible for not having helped them. They had only just got the dog yesterday and had her one night. She ...

Another beach town

A travel blog entry by obrillips on May 26, 2014

13 photos

... like it was going to take flight in a flapping frenzy, but what was worse was the sails above the tent section of the camping ground. They were designed for shade from the summer sun, however they were thick tarps thrown over some rusty metal poles. The sound in the wind was maddening. Metal screeching and threatening to crush all tents and the constant slapping of the tarp against the poles. So loud!!! We didn't get to sleep until morning. ...

Alentejo to Algarve

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on May 12, 2014

2 comments, 21 photos

... was pretty industrial, before turning to lots of nothingness! Big expanses of openness, quite flat, with the odd town or petrol station off the highway. We stopped just outside Evora following signs to the Almendres Megaliths – consisting of around 100 menhirs (large upright standing stones) dating back to the 6th millennium BC and believed to have a religious/ceremonial purpose, or to have functioned as a primitive astronomical observatory. ...

And they call it ... Puppy Luuuuurve !!!

A travel blog entry by waynesamtan on May 06, 2014

7 photos

... heart broken and devastated I searched the site... but no.. it was over. Where I go to from here I just don't know, but where we've been since I last wrote, I do. On leaving Almerimar “Dumber & Dumbest” in the front decided that we would head for a wildcamping site recommended by someone that they had met. ( Now I never trusted these people as they were with their Collie who would not share his tennis ball at all and this ...