- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
Photos of Amaltea Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Amaltea Hotel Lorca
Travel Blogs from Lorca
A 1 1/2hr drive from the coast up into the mountains passed Murcia to a small village called El Berro... Wonderful campsite high up into the mountains, lovely campsite. Today we walked 3 hrs round trip to a mountain restaurant for The Menu Del Dia, four courses, drinks and coffee £16 for two...! Thankfully Mick, Martin and Wendy knew the ...
... owned told us in summer is 90 percent Spainish tourists so a pretty unspoilt place to be.Luckily this bar had a wood burning stove as at night it was nippy!! We spent New Year on the beach but with a barbie and a then a bonfire, plus fireworks. All with our new friends, Hils, Vic, Bob, Gaynor
and James. A good time was had by all!
Nearby is the strange and deserted Guns of Mazarron, a former army fortress shrouded in mystery. There are several bases and four enormous ...
... on climate change” on the back of the truck. Basil
lost no time in telling me that Europe would be bought to its knees
economically if forced to react to what he considered to be a natural climate
cycle. Good old Basil, like many of my and Gaels generation, find the
scientific reality of climate change a little too hard to deal with. Unfortunately
sticking your head up your **** and hoping for the best isn’t good enough ...
... Not a lot actually. We have spent quite a bit of time at the beach or by the pool, and a half day walking around a big gun emplacement facility which was built in the 1920s against invasion and to defend the port of Cartagena, but which was never used. This was an amazing place and the guns were enormous. They had a reach of 35 km.
Tomorrow we get on a ...
John managed to get stung by a bee but my nurse training came to the fore as a plucked the sting from his neck in lightning speed thus preventing any anaphylactic reaction.
Lower down the mountains, the landscape has been shaped by water and in places it looks almost lunar with deep canyons carved when there used to be rivers.
Once we started climbing again, we were back in the pine forest that would give way to limestone escarpment as we ...