Monasterio de la Oliva

Address: Crta Melida, s/n, Carcastillo, Navarra, 31310, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Crta Melida, s/n, Carcastillo.
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Travel Blogs from Carcastillo

"Pleading with the God of blisters!

A travel blog entry by margoh on Jun 07, 2015

15 comments, 48 photos

... 21.8 kms. A hot day with little shade plus a couple of difficult climbs, great scenery, vineyards and olive tree plantations. The medieval village of Cirqauqui set on a hill was quite impressive in the distance. Day 6 - Estella to Los Arcos 21.6km We set off early once again to beat the heat accompanied by a nice cool breeze but our last 12kms was just a slog in the sun with no shade. We stopped at the small village of Villamayor ...

Puente la Reina to Cirauqui

A travel blog entry by christina_67 on May 07, 2015

2 comments, 17 photos

... narrow winding streets & houses bearing armorial crests & ornate balconies & a village square. The restored church of San Roman dates back to the 13th century. We chose to stay the night in a lovely private hostel opposite the church in Plaza San Roman, the Matalotx. It was situated at the top of this tranquil village & had 28 beds with all facilities and dinner & breakfast available if needed.

Cirauqui to Estella - Friday May ...

Running of the Bulls in Pamplona

A travel blog entry by faye69 on Apr 16, 2015

... to a tavern for some tapas type food and coffee. Tonight we dined at a typical Spanish cafe where only Spanish dishes were served I opted for the vegetarian which was a beautiful salad, then a green soup and then ice cream. Dave had the beef which was a very thin slice of meat and some ChiOS with salad and then of course ice cream. Stayed the night here and onto Saragossa tomorrow . ...

Pilgrims on the ridge.

A travel blog entry by me.andmyshadow on Sep 06, 2014

10 photos

... though of course, being trouble makers, we were last out of the hostel at 7.30 am. Our German hosts waved us Buen Camino as they had done for every pilgrim leaving that morning. Another long walk through charming villages and fields of sunflowers climbed eventually to Alto del Perdon. At the top of a ridge with fabulous views on both sides sat many tired pilgrims with the attraction, apart from ...

El Encierro: The Running of the Bulls

A travel blog entry by hstephens123 on Jul 12, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... that morning (however dubious that explanation might be), we went in search of tickets. Finding 5 seats together was an impossibility, but after Hernan and I did some investigating and haggling we ended up with 4 seats in the shade and 1 in the rowdy sun section for a 6:30pm start. We got there around 6pm with a 2 liter coke bottle filled with coke mixed with a bottle of cheap red wine, gin and tonic in another, and Greg in search of tomato juice for his half-made Bloody ...