Sierra de Aracena Hotel

Address: Gran Via, 21, Aracena, Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche Natural Park, Andalusia, 21200, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Gran Via, 21, Aracena.
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    Travel Blogs from Aracena

    Day Hike from Fuenteheridos to Cortelazor

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 10, 2015

    42 photos

    ... and a pleasant family inn to stay in for the week. Compared to some of the treks I’ve done, though, I found the terrain and scenery for the hikes to be a bit tame and rather similar from day to day, but I knew those would both be the case when I booked the trip. I guess I was up for a somewhat easy active holiday after doing some more significant challenges last year with my Langtang Valley and Annapurna Circuit treks in ...

    Day Hike to Santa Ana la Real and Jabugo

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 09, 2015

    23 photos

    ... shrimp – which are served whole in Spain with heads and
    all). While the Lomo Iberico with the goat cheese sauce three nights earlier
    was a little strong in flavor for my tastebuds, this evening’s Solomillo de
    Iberico (Pork tenderloin) with a sauce of cream, sherry, and local mushrooms
    was exquisite. Nevertheless, after almost a week of eating swine twice a day I’ll
    be ready for some alternative protein source once I leave the Sierra.

    ...

    Minas de Rio Tinto - World's Oldest Mines

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 08, 2015

    38 photos

    ... is part of a mineral-rich pyritic belt that extends into far southern Portugal. The Rio Tinto (Red River) gets its name from its natural very red color that results from the red algae that thrive in its highly acidic waters from the sulfurous mineral deposits that support little other life. Early man figured out around 5,000 years ago in what’s called the copper age that there were useful mineral deposits here and begin mining. The mining ...

    Day Hike to Almonaster La Real and Aracena

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 07, 2015

    66 photos

    ... various
    geological names than I’ve seen in caves elsewhere. The normal tour is only in
    Spanish, but our guide Craig (of Scottish background) is a geologist by
    training and was able to explain them all in English with enormous enthusiasm.
    Unfortunately, though, they don’t allow pictures in the caverns, except of
    course the one their photographer will take of you for which they’ll charge you
    handsomely.

    ...

    Dinner menu!

    A travel blog entry by adventurebarbie on Feb 11, 2015

    1 comment

    Hola, no photos today, but had to tell you about the dinner I had. There were 2 kinds of sausage, I only had the one! One was pigeon sausage. Yes, you heard me right. Sausage made from pigeon meat. It wasn't bad, the spices in it made it good. The other I did not eat. Blood pudding sausage. And it was just that, sausage made with congealed blood and nothing more. It ...