Puerta Nazari

Address: 1 Calle de Real Orgiva, Orgiva, Andalusia, 18400, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 1 Calle de Real Orgiva, Orgiva.
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      Travel Blogs from Orgiva

      Camino de los Mineros

      A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Oct 30, 2014

      13 photos

      ... s some welcome shade here at the bottom of what looks like it might be quite a steep climb. We've only gone a few metres when we have to step aside for a passing vehicle. The driver stops and gives us some advice about the route ahead. It's clear we have to keep to the right and not go left, but neither our Spanish nor his English is up to clarifying exactly where we have to do this!

      Just a bit further on, there's a ...

      Sierra Nevada and we met an old friend.

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Sep 05, 2014

      9 photos

      ... These looked so much more prosperous than the ones seen previously, such a change over a short distance. Drove up to about 2000 metres. Even spotted a couple of patches of last year's snow. Admired the handsome Italian Renaissance castle, Castilo de la Calahorra, from a distance. Drove off road once in search of two "lakes" that turned out to be green water reservoirs! Then arrived at our friend Frankie's house near ...

      Andalu(s)

      A travel blog entry by aramyazdani on Feb 22, 2013

      1 comment, 134 photos

      ... sweet of him!) tortilla! Tortilla here is not the same as tortilla in Holland, we call it a spanish omelet, but here they call it tortilla and it was a good one! We talked and after the lunch he brought us to the city center. While we were walking we passed horse stables and a place where they used to have horse races and also a place with an old castle (fort) and a beautiful BIG garden. So we went in and enjoyed the scenery. The sun was shining and it was beautiful, you can see in ...

      Alhambra on a rainy day

      A travel blog entry by soporific on Apr 19, 2012

      2 photos

      ... at a few menus. One was a traditional pork based menu. I was tired of pork so we looked at the next one. It had almost every kind of fish you could think of and many I hadn't heard of before. They also had "outdoor" seating in a tent with clear plastic walls and a heater. So we settled in to try our luck with dinner. After googling some fish on the iPhone I settled on Rape Fish (I think). Obviously the ...

      A Juxtaposition of Cultures

      A travel blog entry by robertjscottjr on Sep 30, 2011

      12 photos

      ... small three-room summer palace where the fresh fruits and vegetables were grown for the 2000 residents. The Generalife is the most perfect Arabian garden in Andalucia with water spouting playfully everywhere, brought in by an aqueduct. It is said to be the closest thing on earth to the Quran's description of heaven and was planted more than 600 years ago. 500-year-old paintings show the garden looking essentially the same as it does ...