Hotel Pena

Address: N-230, KM. 169, Catalonia, 25537, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on N-230, KM. 169, Catalonia, is near Playa de los Amadores, Museo y Parque Arqueologico Cueva Pintada, Puerto de Las Nieves, and Valle de Agaete.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
         

        Travel Blogs from Catalonia

        These feet were made for walking.

        A travel blog entry by marcusjcollins on Oct 15, 2015

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        Arrived at Las Palmas at 10am and it was beautifully warm. We set off through the city to the lovely long beach area. There was a wide promenade are and we walked a couple of km along it and the beach. Had a cup of tea and cake watching the surfers at the break at the end of the beach near the theatre. Walked back into ...

        Maspalomas Beach

        A travel blog entry by larryandjackie on Oct 04, 2015

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        ... not surprising since they are in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.
        There is a huge hotel here that has 2000 rooms but only 6 storeys high.......very sprawling with lots of gardens.
        Nearly one half of the island is a UNESCO Biosphere reserve.......especially the area of the sand dunes where we were to protect the birds and fish that live there. People are not allowed in. We were impressed by this.
        Back at the boat we took in some ...

        10 Things To Do In Gran Canaria During Winter

        A travel blog entry by erikatravels on Aug 03, 2015

        ... s an assortment of more laid-back nautical activities - think catamaran trips, a glass-bottomed boat excursions, or even booze cruises.
        9. Take a hike at Pico de las Nieves
        If it's a hiking challenge you're after, hit the trails of Pico de las Nieves. It's the island's highest mountain, grazing clouds to reach 1,949 metres into the sky. Or, if you'd prefer a slightly less strenuous trek, you can stroll around the pine forest at Tamadaba National ...

        Canary Smugglers

        A travel blog entry by illuminati on Apr 27, 2015

        1 comment, 81 photos

        ... thriving in the volcanic soil. However, some areas appear barren due to the rocky terrain, and the acres of chicken wire covering some of the steeper areas to prevent boulders falling on those below, does little to enhance the visual appeal or to alleviate this rough, harsh effect. Although, bright and lush flowers poked their blossoms defiantly out from the chicken wire, determined in their optimism.

        Narrow, windy and endless mountain roads lead high into the ...

        Cruise - Day 7

        A travel blog entry by argyles on Apr 03, 2015

        We docked at Gran Canaria at around 07:00 local time. Clearance was granted at around 08:00, so passengers and crew were able to go ashore shortly afterwards. We were advised that the back on board time was 17:30 local. We disembarked at around 12:45 and walked around the quayside to see for the first time, Britannia's Union Flag bow. The water was very blue and the port had a ...