Plaza Chica

Address: De la Plaza, 29, Cartaya, Andalusia, 21450, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on De la Plaza, 29, Cartaya.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Plaza Chica Cartaya

2.50 of 5 stars Fair
 

Travel Blogs from Cartaya

Walkies

A travel blog entry by lwhyte78 on Mar 19, 2015

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I spent all day exploring Tavira, I walked & I walked & I sniffed & I sniffed. I was pretty excited today actually, so excited I did 3 poos!.... I loved going across the bridges & looking out over the river. Then we stopped for lunch. I had ...

Ayamonte, Esuri at Hugh's House...

A travel blog entry by downer on Mar 15, 2015

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... we had a great match on Friday afternoon with buggy for nothing, experience shone and I pulled through victoriously... Hugh was very kind to allow us to stay and we really enjoyed his company and hospitality. We had a few lunches at Costa Esuri Golf Club and two cracking meals in Ayamonte..! ...

Cacela Velha...

A travel blog entry by downer on Mar 13, 2015

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I've stopped here before passing through back to Faro Airport with the Ayamonte guys and wanted to return to show Linda. It's better than I remember, a pretty little place perched on the hill overlooking the sea with a idyllic church and a couple of cobbled streets with two restaurants and a coffee ...

One Night Only, Back to Alcoutim...!

A travel blog entry by downer on Mar 12, 2015

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After a sleepless night wondering how we would get Herman off the remote area we had camped we took a deep breath and left early today. A small problem making the assent but eventually we made it... Now returned to Alcoutim for the night on our route back to the coast to make our pickup from Faro airport on Saturday ...

Leaving Portugal

A travel blog entry by antonian81 on Feb 23, 2015

... all well again we stayed a superb 24 hours, catching the bread van as we left after a dump of waste water. Through the hilly and remote countryside which was rocky covered in eucalyptus and cork oaks up to Serpa with its huge fort and castle looking out over the plain below. Then headed east towards Espangna. It is unbelievable how both scenery and culture can change because of a boundary. Having been in Portugal for over a month the dullness and ...