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

Fragment Hikes: The Hills

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jun 11, 2021

53 photos

... although you’d have to eat quite a few of them to have a full meal. This bar is run by a Chinese guy—but the food is Spanish… an interesting change to the stereotypical jobs that immigrants usually have here in Spain. Then I continue on, through an arched entrance, up winding alleyways to a castle overlooking the town. Here I enjoy a nice view of the town with its whitewashed, tile roof houses and the arid plains beyond, with a huge butte ...

Day 12: East of Sevilla

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Mar 17, 2021

30 photos

... Spanish dream, the borders of the cities are still crisp, and people continue to be content living along cramped urban streets. And so, with a lot to think about, I bid farewell to Greater Sevilla. It’s time to continue on my way. I don’t have much time left, so instead of continuing on north, I head straight east across the plains and rolling hills of south-central Spain. My next city is Arahal which is a pleasantly dense ...

Into the New Year

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Jan 09, 2015

1 comment, 30 photos

... are remarkably accomplished.”

Some 20 miles north of Vejer is Medina Sidonia, another Moorish hill top town and “Pueblo Blanco”, home of the Guzman family, who played a large part in the Reconquest of Spain and were rewarded in 1445 with the Dukedom of Medina Sidonia and the largest landholding on the Iberian Peninsular. Today, the title is held by Don Leoncio Alonso González de Gregorio y Álvarez ...

Granada

A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 12, 2014

1 comment, 30 photos

... out at artisan markets, lots of hugging and guitars, and now and then the scent of dope in the air. It made a nice change from previous cities. Next highlight: an excellent lunch of tapas on a rainy Tuesday, the day before leaving for Ronda. The restaurant was Oliver's, just near the cathedral. We had a plate of fresh, deep fried anchovies, a bowl of clams in a garlic oil, sliced potato and pimiento, and red pepper stuffed with caramelised onion and a fish pate. The rain dripped ...

The "Lakes"

A travel blog entry by albrechtscamp on Apr 06, 2014

19 photos

... over 100 meters high, spanning the gorge below. And looking carefully, we saw a very high treacherous steel path built along the mountainside. We didn't risk it as it's been condemned, but it had been built by sailors in the early 1900's, who were used to working high above "the abyss".
Travelling on towards the lakes, we took another detour to walk along another Spanish reservoir, high atop a mountain. We couldn't figure out where the water ...