Husa Gran Fama

Avenida del Mediterraneo S/N, Almeria, Costa de Almeria, Andalusia, 04006, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Almeria

Our first Fort.

A travel blog entry by jklezok


... had a more Moorish or
Turkish influence to it. Considering the proximity to Africa, this is of no
surprise. The town did have a wide promenade down by the harbor, which made a
very nice first impression.

As always we had to find a café. When we found one, the
young lady did not speak English. However, with our very minor Spanish, hand
signals and luck we managed to get two wonderful coffees and ...

Left the marina

A travel blog entry by veh58

Traveling through the Sierra mountains is an experience, the roads are up and down and the money spent on all the tunnels was well spent as it would have been a long journey if we had to go around them all. The scenery changed from lots of vine yards which were covered in plastic to make black grapes or orange and lemon trees to mountains with little growth on them but different colours such as purple, orange, ...

La Marina

A travel blog entry by veh58

The roads were twisty and the amount of tunnels I went through were astounding. We arrived at the Marina and parked up then went to find the harbour masters office to pay him to stay. We paid for 2 nights and Wifi but soon realised we could only put it on to one computer which was a pain as we all wanted access, however we worked it out between us all and we managed to complete what ...

That's my beach

A travel blog entry by millarmotortour


... brought is to A small quiet town of Ugijar for the night. Cool climate and quiet streets. Hiking and even winter skiing are the highlights of the Southern hills. The winding main roads are wide enough for two cars but the town access is much smaller and the guardrail drops provide quite the 'mirador' viewpoint. We explored three smaller touristy towns, Pampanelia - rugs, Capileira), for a hike and pizza before continuing a short distance further to Granada ...

Almeria - Barbara's Experience

A travel blog entry by jackwcummings


ALMERIA, SPAIN -- The Other Half of the Story Lunchtime made Jack head back to the Central Market to find food to eat. Restaurants in Spain do not open until after 1 pm, and he could not wait.

Jack told Barbara to go ahead and explore the old part of town which was important to her. Barbara returned to the Cathedral and headed northwest toward the old medina. Almeria had been a Moorish city, a port for the Caliph of Cordoba. ...


This 4 star hotel, located on Avenida del Mediterraneo S/N, Almeria, is near Alcazaba of Almeria.
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