Hotel La Sierra

Address: Autovia A 45 km 110-112, Antequera, Andalusia, 29200, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Autovia A 45 km 110-112, Antequera, is near Municipal Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Antequera

        4-5 Nov Malaga exploration

        A travel blog entry by penny.percival on Nov 05, 2015

        18 photos

        ... up the hills to get there, even the tourist information book told you to get the bus and not walk!!)

        Ooh forgot to mention when finishing lunch, a crowd gathered outside the restaurant and when we stepped outside, the King of Spain drove past waving at us. Mark wasn’t fast enough with the camera, but the King definitely waved at Penny!

        The other thing to mention is that you couldn’t go above 50 metres without a street ...

        Sunshine - only 40 miles - but 4000 ft elevation!

        A travel blog entry by jojo-travels on Oct 21, 2015

        17 photos

        ... earlire in the day! Nine kilometers of up and then a few miles of straightaway - and then we were back! Time for a nice cold cerveza in the patio!

        40 miles of riding. Four thousand feet of elevation gain! A fair amount for the Jojo! :-).

        A few words about this convent we are staying in! It's super! It was built in 1584 and reconstructed between 1681 and 1708. It has 21 rooms - all large with ...

        Antequera - The Perfect Andalusian Hill Town

        A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 17, 2015

        67 photos

        ... though land ownership was
        reformed over the last century. It also led to peasants, lesser nobles, and
        latter-born sons of nobility who would not inherit land to seek their fortunes
        in the New World with much of the migration to Latin America coming from the
        southern parts of Spain. There the migrants built similar feudal systems to
        those they knew at home with themselves at the top and native populations
        essentially enslaved.


        The legend of the lovers Rock

        A travel blog entry by candcthai on Nov 08, 2012

        2 photos

        In between the towns of Antequera and Archidona is a large hill that resembles a face laying down, exactly like an Indian warrior. Legend has it that the came into being after a tragic tale of a love affair between a young Christian from Antequera and a Moorish girl from Archidona. Their love for each other was forbidden due to ...

        Malaga II: Celebrating Holy Week on the beach

        A travel blog entry by emizner on Apr 02, 2012

        2 comments, 17 photos

        ... province and huge numbers of tourists were there. The semana santa processions were really cool, and I'm glad I got to see them on such a large scale. As for the city, it seemed a little TOO touristy for my liking. Everything was pretty pricey, and seemed to cater to rich tourists a lot. The beach was definitely a high point though...the port and coastline were absolutely gorgeous. All in all, enjoyable...but I left ready for some new sights.