Arqueros, Apartments

Marbella, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Marbella

Visit of Marbella and Torremolinos for a day

A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea

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... breakfast with them and after breakfast we got our stuff together and got the caravan ready to leave. We all pushed it out by hand together because of the slope and difficult access and that was funny to see ! We got it hooked up and ready and than we hugged and kissed each other goodbye and thanked them for their kindness to receive us as they did. We would try to come back with my mother for a couple of days in springtime. Than we got in the car ...

Ronda to Seville

A travel blog entry by annsplace

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Visited a Bull fighting arena this morning - it was built in the 1700's and was a pretty impressive place, although I can't get my mind around the sport. Also had a museum which was well done and there is a riding school there, too. Don't know that it was dressage, Lisa. We are now relaxing around the pool at the hotel as our train ...

Sinfully delightful day on the beach!

A travel blog entry by travelswithelsa

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After a modest continental breakfast at our accommodation, Judy and Herb explored Torremolinos while Maryln and I stretched out on the super comfortable cushioned lounge chairs under the thatched umbrellas on the topless beach just across the road.


It was another beautiful sunny day in Spain and the water beckoned.

The sand on the beach is brownish but ...

Hola ...

A travel blog entry by foremanclan

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... people were crazy to build these towns, most of the wee towns are balanced on mountain tops to prevent raids from pirates – mind you the sea was about 50km away, so the pirates would’ve been wrecked by the time they got there.



Casares – supposedly called after Julius Caesar, who called in here on one of his wee jaunts, he was looking for a cure to his “liver ailments” ... luckily we don’t have ...

Wednesday 23 - Saturday 26 January

A travel blog entry by jaq-wil

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... we went onto A7 to bypass Malaga.

We had a clear blue sky but there was a cold breeze blowing. The coastal scenery was beautifully grand and surprisingly green for Southern Spain. I wonder if they'd had a lot of rain lately. We passed a rare sight: a river bed with plenty of water in it!

As soon as we could we got off the A7 and headed towards Torremolinos, back on the N340 coastal road. We planned to have ...

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