Posada de Jose Maria El Tempranillo

Address: Ctra Alameda-Antequera Km-1, Alameda, Province of Malaga, Andalucia, 29530, Spain | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ctra Alameda-Antequera Km-1, Alameda, is near Laguna de Fuente Piedra.
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Travel Blogs from Alameda

Plan B

A travel blog entry by rorison1074 on May 01, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... we saw olive groves for as far as the eye could see - this is the olive oil producing area. Also solar power farms which I managed to grab a pic of out the car window. Osuna has tons of really old and really cool looking houses, streets are narrow and cobbled and mostly one way. Today is a religious holiday of sorts and there were a lot of children having their first communion so everyone was dressed up - except ...

Antequera - The Perfect Andalusian Hill Town

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 17, 2015

67 photos

I planned to get to Antequera by train since it’s located on
the rail line that goes from Granada to Algeciras via Ronda. When I got to the
station, though, I found that my train ride was physically going to be on a
bus. The rail line to Granada and Almeria is temporarily closed while the
tracks are being upgraded and rebuilt to accommodate high speed trains from
Madrid. It looks as though much of the new line will ...

North Africa to Spain

A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Feb 03, 2015

72 photos

... there would be cash machines or money exchanges on the boat, if not credit card facilities was a sad mistake. Oh well we thought, it does not matter we had stocked up on some snacks, bread and tuna to tide us over until we could get off the boat in Palermo. We slept well on our air mattresses tucked in between the seats in the Pulman Lounge.

Arriving in Palermo we found that we were not changing vessels in this port, but needed to clear ...

Into the New Year

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Jan 09, 2015

1 comment, 30 photos

... had a much better opinion. There was certainly plenty to see, with the ruined castle, the lovely church and the remains of the city wall with its Moorish gateways.

The day was still young so we decided to press on northward for another 30 km to Arcos de la Frontera, yet another Moorish Pueblo Blanco, but this time one dating back to Roman and even Phoenician times. Arcos stands impressively on an ...

Pena Negra

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Mar 06, 2014

10 photos

... more than 3.5 hours will be needed. But eventually there's a fine spot to stop for an early lunch with extensive views back towards El Torcal to the west, and over the town of Casabermeja to the south. And in front of us, we can see the rest of the ridge and the summit of Pena Negra, the latter being about 200 metres above us now. There's a huge sheer drop on the left hand side of the ridge, and the right hand side is beginning to look a bit difficult too, but after ...