Thermas de Carratraca Hotel and Spa

Address: C Antonio Riobbo 11, Carratraca, Andalusia, 29551, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C Antonio Riobbo 11, Carratraca, is near Zoo Fuengirola, Los Boliches, La Cala Resort, and Santana Golf & Country Club.
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Travel Blogs from Carratraca

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A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on Apr 07, 2015

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... on my way.
We catch up with the group and continue on our way, after a 10 minute continuous ride up a rocky hill we pass a few mountain bikers, why the hell would you pedal up here! I enjoy riding my bike at home but this was rocky as hell and we had engines. They must have been masochists. We descend the other side and cross a bit of a river, only about 10m across and about a foot deep but just something new to navigate. We meet up with John again ...

Visiting the Alcazaba & Castillo in Málaga.

A travel blog entry by rickandsabrina on Apr 05, 2015

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... built their encampment, and then over the years the Moors built their palace over it. When the Spanish conquered the city, they built their own castle higher above the mountain, overlooking the Moorish palace and the city's old medieval town. After lunch we walked over and looked at the Roman amphitheater, taking some pictures that I will upload later. Entrance was free because it was Easter Sunday. Crowds were very small. Coming out of the amphitheater you take a left and ...

Malaga por el Mediterraneo

A travel blog entry by lebradlee on Mar 29, 2015

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Well, Rasta and I were very excited to wake up to a bright, sunny morning in Malaga, and we couldn’t wait to explore! This incredibly old city was founded by the Phoenicians in 770BC as Malaka, and has been influenced greatly both archaeologically and architecturally by the Roman, Arabic and Christian eras spanning a history of almost 2,800 years. It is located on Costa del Sol (Coast of the Sun) of ...

Riviera del Sol

A travel blog entry by ed411 on Mar 15, 2015

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... Spanish not British. Tuesday we went on tour to Ronda, Marbella and Porto Banus. Marbella and Porto Banus is known as the playground of the rich and famous. It's easy to see why, some of the estates, big name stores and boats would easily cost millions of dollars. Ronda was up about 3,400 feet above sea level and at our highest point we were about 4,500 feet above sea level, all of this within an hours drive of the ...


A travel blog entry by jackir on Aug 27, 2014

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... this morning) I don't think I'm supportive of what I've seen of the Mediterranean approach to child rearing, it seems very laissez faire to me and some of the children are an absolute menace, running riot, even in the restaurant, screaming and yelling. Why the parents would allow it, is beyond me. I've checked out the shops, unlikely to purchase anything, and checked out, literally, at the library. Today is mostly book reading and sitting in the sun/shade ...