Hotel Jardines de Lorca
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Nice hotel, with buffet breakfast included for 75 euro a night. Excellent value!
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Travel Blogs from Lorca
A 1 1/2hr drive from the coast up into the mountains passed Murcia to a small village called El Berro... Wonderful campsite high up into the mountains, lovely campsite. Today we walked 3 hrs round trip to a mountain restaurant for The Menu Del Dia, four courses, drinks and coffee £16 for two...! Thankfully Mick, Martin and Wendy knew the ...
... carpark and a pin droppingly silent & empty beach, with houses built right on it.
Puerto Mazaron is very spainish and not high rise hell with lovely beaches and pretty bay plus nice bars in the small harbour. Overlooked by mini Rio styke Jesus- he is nearly always with you in this way in Spain!
L'Azhoia has a number of bars and restaraunts, Long beaches its not cute or pretty but has a rustic charm. A taxi driver in Mazaron absolutely loved it. And the one ...
... floor covered in rubbish. Every manner of food wrapper or lottery ticket is
tossed on the floor. Only males seem to frequent these coffee shops so perhaps
it is a male only ritual!
We happened to pull up at a mirodor (lookout), where we had
a few words with Basil and Sybil, a couple of retired Brits. We happened upon
them further up the road and it became apparent that they had noticed my one
line message ...
Hello! Just when you thought it was safe ... Here we are, in Spain, at Bolneuvo, which is a small resort not full of British tourists. The majority of the people holidaying are Spanish. Not much English spoken here either. It's kind of nice not to have the hordes of tourists and to see the Spaniards enjoying their summer break.
So what have we been up to since ...
... the scenery is amazing. John tells me that the campsite is about 600 metres above sea level. Our walk today started by going downhill, the path was very narrow and precarious in places, a long way to fall if you missed your step. The majority of the path turned out to be a covered irrigation channel. It is a wonder anything grows in the soil here which is more like pale rubble. Everything is dry and dusty yet there are swathes of orange and lemon groves, apricot and ...