Playa Miramar

Calle Cabilona 44, Oliva, Valencian Country, 46711, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Calle Cabilona 44, Oliva.
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    Travel Blogs from Oliva

    Travel day then boat trip

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Sep 02, 2014

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    ... the magnificent City of Arts and Sciences complex. On more minor roads, we noted the "working girls" in bikinis, sitting on chairs on the edge of paddocks waiting for "work"! Reached our destination - the Albufera Wetlands, south of Valencia in the coast. Parked in a motor home park - really a fenced-in car park with minimal facilities but cheap. Went to find ...

    No not Denia but on to Oliva

    A travel blog entry by thehamptons on Apr 24, 2012

    1 comment

    ... El Arenal area for campsites near to town etc. Found El Najaral eventually and booked in for a night or two - a little like camping in a builders yard - lots of gravel and caravans! Got to be said though, the Servicos were brill and the owners very welcoming and enthusiastic. Biked into El Arenal - sooo touristy and expat Brit with restaurants that have pics of their menus - not what we ...

    To kill some tomatoes

    A travel blog entry by curlybap on Oct 10, 2009

    ... interested. They have a great complex- The City of Arts and Sciences which you can easily spend two whole days in. There's everything from dolphin shows to films on Egyptology.
    Found the city to be a little quiet and not just as impressive as other spainish cities, such as Seville, but def worth a visit- especially if you can join it up with a feista- I would love to go back for La ...

    The teeth and the gale

    A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Jan 31, 2009

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    ... of them with an old castle on a hill. In fact it sometimes seems as if every hill in Spain is topped with a castle! The most picturesque so far is Guadalest, with its tiny castle and village perched high on a rocky crag, overlooking a lake of extraordinary turquoise water. It's the sort of place that must be purgatory in summer, with coachloads of day-trippers from nearby Benidorm thronging the streets, and souvenir ...

    Valencia

    A travel blog entry by seandrade on Oct 12, 2006

    1 comment

    ... born in the first world, in the western world and how much we can take for granted the life we have and how we can fail to see what and how our way of life can effect those in all corners of the world. I say the last part from the perspective of having been born in the US, which is a life which has afforded me a wealth of choices, opportunities, but also unfortunately makes me part of a country whose corporations, whose foreign policy and whose indifference or ignorance ...