Molino del Santo

Address: Bda Estacion s/n, Benaojan, Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, Andalusia, 29370, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bda Estacion s/n, Benaojan, is near Plaza de Toros, Plaza de la Merced, Pileta Caves (Cueva de la Pileta), and La Ciudad.
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    Marbellla and Red Bum

    A travel blog entry by allie.boler on Sep 04, 2015

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    Woke up with an absolutely stinking migraine. Took two paracetemols and went back to sleep with an icepack on my head!! Bob had an early round at Miraflores Golf Club. He said it was a really beautiful course and he thoroughly enjoyed the round. No encounters with fences this time and he went round in 100 so pretty good. By the time he got back I was feeling more like it and having ...

    Into the Spanish Countryside

    A travel blog entry by heatherandbrad on Oct 28, 2014

    19 photos

    ... You don’t need a gym here, waking up and down these streets every day is exercise enough. Heaven knows how they do it, but many of the women (even the seniors in their 70’ & 80’s) are out walking everyday gathering groceries & visiting, some are wearing heels on these steep cobble stoned streets.

    It was very busy when we arrived and we came to learn that there was the annual medieval festival & market taking ...

    Pueblos Blancos

    A travel blog entry by jwharam on Sep 12, 2014

    43 photos

    Today we wandered the hills of Andalucia, through the towns of Sentinel de las Bodegas, Zahara, and Grazamel.

    Sentinel de las Bodegas is unique in that some of the houses are built in to the mountainside; the houses use the natural formation of caves in the rock. Over thousands of years, ancient rivers have eaten away at the rock, forming these caves. Walking the steep streets is somewhat like being in a complex maze, as are most ...

    Semana Santa

    A travel blog entry by cnickerson on Apr 22, 2014

    66 photos

    The week before Easter (Holy Week or Semana Santa) is a very big deal in Seville. The Catholic Brotherhoods take turns carrying life-sized sculptures on platforms, called pasos, through the streets. Thousands of people line the streets to watch them pass. Our apartment is surrounded by churches; we knew it was going to be crowded and busy. We wanted to see some of it, but decided a few days would be enough. We took the train to a small town called BenaojŠn for a ...

    El Gasco or The Village that time forgot

    A travel blog entry by emlikestotravel on Apr 27, 2013

    5 photos

    ... it by jumping from stone to stone to the other side. Amos is less impressed with this as it means getting his legs wet above the ankles and at times he stands alone on the other side in the hope of making us turn back at this point, so he doesn't have to make the crossing. We don't. After about 45 minutes we arrive at the waterfall. It is indeed at least 70 metres high and is in full spate. It is magnificent and we sit staring at it in awe. We have ...