Hotel Villa de Luarca
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Overnighted. Charming old hotel. Quiet central location. Shutters. No aircon but didn't need it.
€50 room only.
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Found our way out way easier than our way in. Planned to drive the seaside route all the way to Luarca. Almost did but gave up for the last little bit and succumbed to the ease of the new motorway. Driving into Luarca is refreshing. You are back in time to a small fishing village, very unchanged. Sitting in a tight cove with narrow street. Our …
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Asturias; Part 2: 2 Night Stay
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We headed for Galicia. We got in a
short sail and anchored opposite Castrolpol in the first of the many
Rias we are about to explore.
Getting to the anchorage was fun –
there is a moving sandbank therefore its guessing more than anything.
We did run aground, but thankfully its lovely soft sand.
The anchorage was ever so pleasant. We
spotted a couple of ...
... buoys appeared to be taken.
One of the locals tried to direct us to one of the buoys but in the
end decided it was not strong / secure enough for us so we headed for
the only hammerhead.
Getting onto the hammerhead was in
itself abit of a challenge: a) it being quite shallow, b) very close
to moorings, and c) the apparent lack of cleats upon which to attach
yourself. In the end we got there. At the same time ...