Melia Atlanterra

Address: Bahia de la Plata, s/n, Zahara de los Atunes, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11393, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Bahia de la Plata, s/n, Zahara de los Atunes, is near Playa de Zahara de los Atunes.
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    Travel Blogs from Zahara de los Atunes

    We're off on the road to Morocco

    A travel blog entry by burkeys on Mar 02, 2015

    9 comments, 20 photos

    ... donkeys pulled carts loaded with vegetation and jostled with the traffic. People in traditional dress were working in the fields using old fashioned ploughs. And children no older than 6 years old were shepherding flocks of sheep and goats that were happily grazing on the edge of the dangerous road despite the vast fields behind. A horse and rider galloped full pelt alongside us, the rider looked at us curiously making the modern road suddenly seem strangely out ...

    A Day at Sea, then Riding Camels in Tangier

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jan 13, 2015

    5 photos

    ... to the ship. We were taken through food markets selling olives, lots of fresh meat (including some things, like cow heads, we never see in markets back home), fruits, vegetables, more candy than I have ever seen anywhere, bread and baked goods and more. Our trek through the markets ended in a handicraft and carpet shop. The salespeople in the shop were nice enough and I decided to buy a little wooden camel (to commemorate our camel ride). The ...

    The Flavour of the Fish ...

    A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on May 06, 2014

    25 photos

    ... its very simple/rustic decor. By Moroccan standards, it was not a cheap affair - set menus of MAD200 (A$30) pp. Basically, we had to eat what we were given. The 5 courses started with entrees of olives, freshly roasted nuts (almonds and walnuts), bread and fish soup. This was followed by a seafood (fish and squid) tagine. 2 grilled fish (to share) were then served (John Dory and Sole) together with bbq shark (on ...


    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 03, 2014

    ... you walk past, or veering into your way when they see you because they're staring and you can't help but go in the direction of your eyes (thank you drivers ed). I got probably a dozen calls of things like "hola chica" or "hey sexy:" in the hour when I was walking along the beach. And well, wearing travel pants and a giant raincoat is NOT my sexiest look for sure. This never happens to me in the US, although I know there are people who it does happen to ...

    The Alchemist p.g. 22 - p.g. 47

    A travel blog entry by redhairedtiger on Mar 19, 2014

    3 photos

    ... 8217;s surprised he forgot that only Arabic is spoken. The city is strange, and the boy is a bit afraid of all the new people. He’s relieved when he meets a man in a bar that speaks his language, and the man quickly promises to help him cross the Sahara. In no time the man has disappeared with all of Santiago’s money and he is left penniless. Santiago wants to cry he’s so upset, but he quickly decides to look at the situation differently. Yes, he’s left ...