Leo Punta Umbria

Address: Avenida del Bulevar, S/N, Punta Umbria, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Avenida del Bulevar, S/N, Punta Umbria.
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Travel Blogs from Punta Umbria

Ayamonte, Esuri at Hugh's House...

A travel blog entry by downer on Mar 15, 2015

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Great 5 days at Hugh's Esuri Apartment, Mark stayed in the apartment and we were on the driveway in Herman. So Mark and I played Sunday and Wednesday in a team together winning both our matches. The Tuesday St Patrick's Golf Day got abandoned after 6 holes and were given a voucher to play ...

Cacela Velha...

A travel blog entry by downer on Mar 13, 2015

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I've stopped here before passing through back to Faro Airport with the Ayamonte guys and wanted to return to show Linda. It's better than I remember, a pretty little place perched on the hill overlooking the sea with a idyllic church and a couple of cobbled streets with two restaurants and a coffee ...

Donana national park

A travel blog entry by antonian81 on Feb 25, 2015

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We are camped on a site within the park. There is no one here. Well three camper vans. And about 2000 pitches. We are perched above the swimming pool in full South facing sun. Rather over did that yesterday. One forgets how strong it is when the comfort of sitting in the warmth predominates. Our neighbours are German and Finish. As photos show the beach is stunning. And there are the ruins of ...

Spanish Ramblings

A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Feb 20, 2015

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... to Juno, Jupiter and Minerva plus an additional temple devoted to the Egyptian Goddess Isis. The only other Roman city with the same Temple configuration was Sbeitla in Tunisia (which we visited in November 2014).

The city’s wealth was derived from its tuna fishing industry and the fish salting factories, believed to originate from Phoenician times.

This small quiet ruins charges only Euros 1.50 to foreign visitors and ...

A Series of Unfortunate Events

A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Sep 07, 2014

... the water caught on our propellor as I was manoeuvring us into place, stopping the engine dead at a crucial moment. Fortunately, it started again happily enough before we'd drifted into any other boats and we docked safely, but then marineros appeared, who spoke little to no English, and who couldn't be made to understand that we hadn't put the carpet in the water ourselves. They insisted that we stay until 10 the next morning to speak to their ...