Las Gondolas Playa

Address: Paseo Reina Sofia, 3 - Urb. Las Gondolas, Local 1 s/n, Almunecar, Andalusia, 18690, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Paseo Reina Sofia, 3 - Urb. Las Gondolas, Local 1 s/n, Almunecar, is near Cathedral and Royal Chapel (Capilla Real).
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Travel Blogs from Almunecar

Andalusia Mountain Villages

A travel blog entry by bransi on Jul 28, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

Left Tabernas after ride upto Texas-Hollywood, and entered Sierra Nevada region at Gador. Fast and beautiful A348, great curvy biking road mounting up into the hills. Got to Cherin for beer and tapas which are complimentary in Granada, then got onto little mountain roads. Laroles, Mairena, Valor, Yegen, the Poquiera Valley and on to Pinos del Valle by way of Orgiva and Lanjaron. 125 miles of great scenery and contrasting roads.


Beautiful Weather, Snoopy Success and Visitors

A travel blog entry by jayannarnold on Oct 26, 2014

1 comment, 42 photos

... of beach time and watching the children mess about in the sea, just building whatever they wanted or climbing on the rocks was very cool. Mel and I had a cheeky night out by ourselves and I realised that this was actually the first night out in Nerja that i've had. Obviously Gareth and I don't go out at night without the boys so this was a real laugh. We were on our way home at midnight when we passed a cool looking bar and thought we'd pop in fir a quick drink. 3 hours, ...

Tajo del Cabrero

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Nov 06, 2013

6 photos

... Maroma. And even the flies are fewer in number here! The summit is at about 1277m - a little below the height of the other peak on the ridge, next to the Hoya del Toro. The ridge also continues westwards onto another peak but there's a big descent in between, which reinforces my guess that this one is the Tajo del Cabrero.

The walk back is hot and tiring, but there's a bonus - a sight of a large lizard, about 25cm long - and bright green!

Visit with Peter Allan!

A travel blog entry by jbeggins on Jun 28, 2013

7 photos

... to a little Spanish restaurant outside. Lisa likes to take care of the cats in the area so her and Alex went off to give one of the cats in the area medicine. Peter, Kyla, and I all talked together at the table. As it started to get darker we took the scenic route for our walk home. The little town of Almunecar is just perfect for Peter and Lisa. They can walk everywhere and Espiritu, their dog, is welcome everywhere they go. People come out of their shops to meet him. Espiritu was ...


A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Feb 24, 2013

8 photos

... a bit of snow and is exposed to the wind, but it's the only sensible option because of the cliffs on the southern side. Getting to the top is a slow process, with every footstep (and the occasional hand-hold) carefully placed. There are no other footprints - obviously I'm the first visitor since the snow fell a couple of days ago. Finally I'm at the summit trig point - it's fortunate there's one there, as it provides a little shelter from the wind as I get a bite to eat. It's ...

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