Parador de Arcos de la Frontera

Plaza del Cabildo, Arcos de la Frontera, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11630, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arcos de la Frontera

Visitors Pete and Margs

A travel blog entry by alecsmart


... listed restaurant but said the best food over the break including the tapas was at MY RESTAURANT! We visited Rota by boat and returned by coach. Better weather allowed sitting out. A trip to the museum was interesting with very early artefacts. After lunch on the final day they left by train to seville. We miss them already! All photos taken by Corry and Margs. Well a couple are mine. There is a small video of live music in a bar. Check the video ...

Arcos de la Frontera a lovely surprise

A travel blog entry by wheresindi


We stoped in this white town as I had read about it the town somewhere in a review. It was wonderful, narrow cobbled streets, perched on a hill with numerous churches, squares and 'miradors' views. We had more yummy tapas and enjoyed lots of walking around with Indi in the ...


A travel blog entry by angelahelmer


... from one side the old town to the other in about 20 minutes, but the here streets are not on a grid.

Cadiz is a beach town, so when we found out it would be raining that weekend, the rest of our group changed their plans and it ended up just being Taylor and I. So we bought umbrellas and set off!

The first night after check in, we ventured out to explore. There were plenty of shops and we did some window shopping. Then it started raining. Taylor ...

Great hotel for your medical drama

A travel blog entry by amery


... we had headed west towards Gibraltar and then up into the mountains to Castellar de Frontera, which was a delight.

The original medieval village was and still is set inside a large castle on a hill, and later the town expanded into a nearby valley which was flooded by a dam in the 1970's, causing a ...

I changed my mind...

A travel blog entry by sandtinspain


... Grande, owned and run by Elena (who is on holiday right now in Barcelona) sits right on the cliff of Arcos de la Frontera. I say "it's a gold mine" and Toren reminds me "until it falls of the cliff"!! From our room, we can see to the East, South and West - probably somewhere from 75-100 miles. We look down at orange groves, with trees lined neatly like soldiers. I'm sitting now in the patio area, where breakfast ...


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