Hotel Sicania

Address: Ctra del Faro s/n (Playa del Raco), Cullera, Valencian Country, 46400, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Ctra del Faro s/n (Playa del Raco), Cullera.
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    Travel Blogs from Cullera

    What does Graffiti say about a city?

    A travel blog entry by caseybennett18 on Jun 29, 2014

    ... high on a hillside by the sea. This was not the Greece that I experienced initially. Every street sign, every building, and every metro car was littered with graffiti. But this was not street art graffiti. This graffiti was solely there to publicize gang names and radical thoughts. The areas of the city that were geared toward tourism were also piled high with graffiti. The Plaka is an area that is described online before 2004 as a ...

    Last week in Valencia

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jun 01, 2014

    16 photos

    ... The place needs a facelift and a tummytuck, but even that might not improve the old girl. On the plus side it is only half an hour by train from Valencia and although it was cool and overcast and empty on the day we visited, I have been told that the beaches can get crowded with people in the middle of summer.
    It was a really steep and winding hill that took us up to the first stop, which was the ...

    Falla, Falla, Falla!

    A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Feb 23, 2014

    14 photos

    ... with the most votes, one small and one large, are put into the Ninot museum, and are not burned with all of the others.
    Where did this tradition start? Back in Medieval times, carpenters often saved extra wood during the winter to use for burning because daytimes were shorter. When spring rolled around, they did not need this wood, so it was burned. With progressing time, they began creating figurines out of the wood, then they began dressing ...

    Spanish Coast - Tarragona & Valencia

    A travel blog entry by mike_erin on Jan 07, 2014

    30 photos

    ... any bullfights for two reasons now.). Mike and I also dragged everyone to an art museum and they were all very patient with me as I wandered around for a few hours. It was a pretty amazing place though and admission was free! No idea how that is possible but I'm glad it was! Today was our last day in Valencia so we hit the aquarium. It is advertised as Europe's largest and has some really unbelievable tanks set up. Most of them even had the tunnels ...

    Tomato time

    A travel blog entry by 2girls1world on Aug 28, 2013

    ... the street, which unbeknown to us at the time was the same place as they put the grease laden pole up with the ham hanging from the top. So they way LaTomitina works is they place a wooden pole about ten meters high, they grease it all the way up to the top with a mixture of Soap and lard and hang a big Christmas ham off The very top point of it. Once the pole is firmly fixed in place with the ham hanging, then it is on for young and old to attempt to climb the pole ...