Puerto Marina Mojacar
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... hot breakfast. Along with a tasting of their famous virgin olive oils, "Oro del Desierto" and a walk through the olive oil museum.
Often the best times are the unplanned. Pool was fabulous at 1:00 in the morning under African full moon and the only two in God's Garden.
Next morning on our way out of town we checked out the Tierra de Cine, where over 500 films were ...
... plants, and in the plants live huge numbers of rabbits so Treacle has been in heaven. Sadly the plants were also home to large numbers of ticks and I have become very expert at removing them over the last few days. Just before the beach there is a small lagoon which is famous for its unusual bird life and on my first day I saw the endangered White Headed Duck (it has a bright blue bill and its tail sticks up like a flag pole), pochard, shovellers, cattle egrets, and lots ...
... when the British funded the building of a port and railway line. Thanks to the export of iron and lead ores and esparto grass, and the import of coal from Newcastle and cement from Catalonia it became one of the busiest ports on the Spanish Mediterranean. Eventually of course t became cheaper to import minerals from elsewhere and the mining stopped, as did the need for coal and cement. The port closed in 2001. There is ...
... and it was a lovely warm day so couldn't have been better for their arrival. At 12.30 they finally with relief walked through the arrival gate at the airport. We decided instead of taking them straight back to Palomares we would show them a few lovely places of interest first. So we packed them and their cases into the car and off we drove through the mountains to Mazarrón where we had a lovely walk along the beach, around the marina and settled for lunch at ...
... the ramblas. Nevertheless the walk was fabulous and although it was a cloudy day the views were outstanding. We were happily walking along enjoying each other's company and there on the edge of one of the mountain paths high up was a JCB, something we didn't expect at all. After 4 hours of walking up and down paths we all went of to Turre for a well deserved coffee, another lovely day. We decided we would both return to Bedar for ...