Prestige Lucena

Address: Parque empresarial Principe Felipe, Lucena, Andalusia, 14900, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Parque empresarial Principe Felipe, Lucena.
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Travel Blogs from Lucena

Antequera - The Perfect Andalusian Hill Town

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 17, 2015

67 photos

... long a walk from
town for me to check out without a car.

Antequera’s main monument is the Alcazaba, a walled hilltop fortress
dating from when the town was controlled by the Moors as Medina Antequera. From
the Alcazaba Antequera looks like the perfect white Andalusian hill town. And
one of the things I liked best about the Alcazaba in Antequera a day after
visiting the Alhambra in Granada is that I virtually and ...

Spring break, round 2

A travel blog entry by jaeugene on Apr 17, 2015

5 photos

... the Alambra and had a late lunch. Oh what a day! There is something so lovely and empowering about traveling by yourself sometimes. While you lack company, you can go and do whatever you please. I definitely want to visit Granada again if I get the chance before I leave, and also to return to Priego to visit my family friends in their country house this time. ...

Into the New Year

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Jan 09, 2015

1 comment, 30 photos

... who is the 22nd Duke of Medina Sidonia and also Professor of History at the University of Castilla La Mancha , one of Spain’s new universities. The family fortunes are much diminished, although I suspect they are now still sitting pretty.

The approach was across a plain studded with modern windmills. This part of Spain must be the wind farm capital of Europe, and where there is shelter from the wind there ...

Cruz de Camarolos

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Mar 17, 2014

10 photos

... to El Chamizo, are excellent. We're looking directly at Chamizo's west ridge and I'm wondering how I've ever managed to climb it (several times now). It looks far more difficult than it is. So does Cruz de Camarolos, because despite having to do a little scrambling near the top, and despite the "path" petering out to absolutely nothing, the difficulties are now minimal. Nothing like as bad as Pena Negra, which we can see when we reach the top. And we can also see ...

Day 15 - Wherever is was to wherever I am

A travel blog entry by cmorony on Oct 21, 2013

8 photos

... I found myself working my way through small very old towns again. Once in, difficult to escape. The GPS knows exactly where you are, but it is difficult going at times. The towns all follow a very well defined formula. They are generally in the middle of a valley on top of a rocky outcrop that gave a good view of the surrounds. Upon that rocky outcrop a military base was established and a fortress constructed. The families of ...