Villas La Manga
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Villas La Manga
TravelPod Member ReviewsVillas La Manga La Manga del Mar Menor
Everything close on hand, everyone very nice, very quiet, easy peasey
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Villas La Manga La Manga del Mar Menor
Travel Blogs from La Manga del Mar Menor
... We both ordered main courses we were not sure about. I had a local pork dish. While good, the whole meal was more than I needed. We discussed lots of travel topics in our very comfortable chairs. A cafe con leche finished things off [30E]. Need to hit an ATM machine in Granada. It was a sort of relaxed meal I will remember for a long time.
Back home c 2330, also later than I wanted to be. The blog will have to wait until manana.
... done any research before she had gone, she was overwhelmed by the sheer beauty of Spain in general, and just how much she loved the laid- back way of life.
After around 5 weeks of being in Spain, she went to the house of her friend, who lived with other English teachers. Little did she know that her life was about to change, in that very moment.
She realised there was a new teacher. He caught her eye ...
Castile is a land of castles, a concentration that resulted
largely from the land being fought over between Muslim and Christian kingdoms
in the Middle Ages. Outside of Cuenca city the province’s sights are quite
widely dispersed. I stopped at two in the southern part of Cuenca province in
my big clockwise circle of Castilla-La Mancha from Madrid.
Alarcon is a small town with a good defensive ...
... hope to stay here much longer.
I am at No. 76 Flamingo Hills 1, Playa Flamenca. I have 'ballooned' the exact location of my apartment.
Loads of photos, hope it gives an idea of my home.
... serious, and nothing that would make you get out, but tiny monsters none the less. And tiny monsters MUST be captured. Thus explaining all children running around in the water with fishing nets. Lucas became "stalker of the great jellyfish"...constantly patrolling around us to make sure that we were not being subjected to unwanted jellyfish attention. On one of our walks on the beach, I noticed that the section of beach ...