La Posada Del Conde Hotel

Address: 16-18, Ardales, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 16-18, Ardales, Málaga.
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Travel Blogs from Málaga

Trip to Ronda

A travel blog entry by jenbowen on Jun 22, 2014

... century, Amazing. Had coffee overlooking the massive cliffs, then walked around a bit more and stopped for lunch before walking back down the hill to drive the hairy ride down the hill.

Had a BBQ at home with Gareths brother and wife (Euan and Keryn) and other friends Shirley and Bernard. Was a lovely night.

Again a warm day and perfect nights.


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Off to Casablanca

A travel blog entry by carinamary on Feb 15, 2014

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Here I am now sitting at Malaga airport waiting for the flight to Casablanca where we start on a 9 day tour of Morocco...looking forward to this and you will hear all about it later!

So the last few days in Nerja have been great. I did a day trip to Granada and saw the town and the Alhumbra (amazing!) the drive was good too with the coast on one side and the snow capped Sierra Nevada Mountains (trivia) on the other.
The rest of the time we have explored a ...

Paella and Picasso

A travel blog entry by haspain on Jul 18, 2013

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... designers were and how talented their artists were.

The castle was okay. It was a pretty steep hike in the heat, but worth it for the views and atmosphere. It was originally built in 929 and was expanded again later. In 1487 this castle was besieged by Ferdinand and Isabella (the Catholic Monarchs) for three or so months until finally the Malaguenos were forced to surrender (out of hunger).This siege was the first time that purpose-built ambulances were used in a ...

Picasso

A travel blog entry by lizandgazwalker on Mar 17, 2013

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... we have seen and it is squashed into the centre of the old town. The lovely old town was a maze of winding streets with cafes and restaurants on every corner. The nights are amazing, the streets overflowing with people and marching bands weaving through the tiny streets. Malaga also has an ancient fort 8th century, which overlooks the city and the more ...

Malaga Festiva

A travel blog entry by craigferris on Aug 15, 2012

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... loss of the Moors in Spain (the loss of the Alhambra in Granada was the lost the last Capital but the Moors retreated to Malaga in the hope of holding a foothold in Spain).

The lower castle was needed to hold troops from an invasion. The higher castle because Spanish cannons could destroy the lower Castle so they needed to be protected up high. The Castilians (Ferdinand) approached from the hills behind and the ...