Suites Duquesa Golf

Carretera Nacional 340, Km 143, Manilva, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29691, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Nacional 340, Km 143, Manilva, is near Almenara Golf Couse, Valderrama, Palaeontology Museum of Estepona, and Elysium Sotogrande Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from Manilva

    That´s a big ole rock

    A travel blog entry by brians_trip on May 15, 2014

    20 photos

    ... most amazing views, and got to see a few monkeys. They were grooming each other, playing, and climbing around, it was megacool (this is a reference only my two French friends I met in Tarifa will get).

    After hiking around the rock of Gibraltar we went down into town and it is interesting how British the town was but this makes sense since it is a British territory. There were British phone boothes and British cars and of course many ...

    Inside the Rock

    A travel blog entry by megs36 on Nov 24, 2013

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... was phenomenal. It was a great time being with the crew off the boat, away from work, where everyone could really come out of their shells (as displayed in some of the pictures). We then continued on to St. Michael's Cave, a network of limestone located over 300 meters above sea level; they were absolutely beautiful. Next stop were the monkeys. They roam free, and have begun making their way down the rock to ...

    Who's for fish and chips and a pint?

    A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35 on Oct 06, 2013

    1 comment

    ... br>
    We arrived in Gibraltar around about an hour after we left, and at 1PM we had been allowed access across the border, and we were ready to explore. It was quite clear early on that Gibraltar is a very pretty place, and also very British as they use British plugs, currency, language, food and measurements, contrary to the plugs and currency (and everything else listed above) used in the rest of Europe. We then took a cable car up to the top of ...

    Day 6 - Venture to the Rock of Gibraltar

    A travel blog entry by csalas98 on Jun 17, 2013

    15 photos

    ... more famous ones in the region is called Marbella. The bus seated about 50 people. It was a modern coach - it makes Greyhound in the US look bad. The far was €12.00 each way - not to bad being that a flight into Gibraltar would have been €295.00 round trip with a connection in London! The bus had about 10 tourist on it. Other passengers were local and used the bus as day to day transit. About 9:30AM the rock of Gibraltar was pointed out to us. It was ...

    Rock of Gibraltar

    A travel blog entry by chalsmfalk on Mar 08, 2013

    15 photos

    ... is an English colony! We were leaving Spain and crossing over to "England." Seeing the ocean, I knew we were getting close to Gibraltar. I started watching for the moment when the signs converted from Spanish to English. This day trip brought me back to home a little bit with the English language being spoken everywhere. The little peninsula itself was very interesting. We hopped on a bus after going through the customs. Customs involved an officer boarding our ...