Mare Nostrum

Address: Calle Barquer, Alcoceber, Valencian Country, 12579, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Calle Barquer, Alcoceber.
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Travel Blogs from Alcoceber

To BEnicarlo

A travel blog entry by thereays on Apr 01, 2014

... may well see him again, either later this year, or, next year when tentative plans to celebrate Malc's 70th here, have been made.

We head just under 200 miles north to Benicarlo, Camping Alegria Del Mar, (N40 25'36" E0 26'17"), an ACSI site.

First impressions, site appears to be fine, you even get a free "welcome ...

Noisy Donkey!

A travel blog entry by thereays on May 20, 2013

... is a sort of Aire, attached to a campsite. It is not clear to me what the difference is between the Aire and the Campsite (which is in the ACSI book).The campsite is only about 50 yards from an excellent cycle track, which takes you onto the promenade at Peniscola.

At one end is an old castle, ...

Day trips - don't tell Cid

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Dec 07, 2012

4 comments, 26 photos

... both have good beaches, again lined with high-rise holiday accommodation, but there’s not much in the way of character. However they are very pleasant places to while away an hour or so, sitting in a beach-front café enjoying the sun.

As so often in Spain, travel a few miles inland and the scene is very different. One day we drove up to the little Chapel of Santa Lucia, perched high on a hill overlooking ...

Coming Home to Burriana

A travel blog entry by ireneandchris on Sep 16, 2011

9 photos

... loose with fire brands attached to his horns. He is also extremely ****** off and heads straight into the crowd, which disperses rapidly behind the bars or climb specially placed scaling ladders. He is then taunted by brave, or silly, young men until he eventually runs out of steam. But he does get the run of the square and streets and does sometimes get his own back if someone is a bit slow.
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Kathleen treats me to Lunch

A travel blog entry by thereays on Apr 29, 2010

Playa Tropicana – Alcossebre (Castellon), continued

We have a gentle cycle along the coast, as far as the lighthouse north of Alcossebre, and a nose around the marina, The marina is unusual in that whilst is does have a few bars and eating places, open to the public, it is mostly closed to the public and reserved for boat users.

We ...