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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tramontana Benicasim
Travel Blogs from Benicasim
... is really charming and we are given a beautiful room with a corner balcony that looks out on the mountain, the swimming pool and along the whole curve of the bay! It is spacious and beautifully decorated, as indeed, is the tasteful decor of the whole hotel. We are offered a special rate for the thermal baths, which, unfortunately I have to decline, being afraid of the pressure of the water on these injured ribs. What ...
... auto; ">Well, the parents had certainly made an effort with the costumes.....amongst others, we had spiderman, superman, a lion, a fireman, a policeman, a chef, even a cowboy, though he was so small his holster kept dropping to his ankles! Cute or what! The girls were equally cute....Minnie mouses, hippies, flamenco dancers, etc. To a dancing brass band, they marched all the way through town towards the bull ring. They then marched into the centre of the bull ...
... evening meal, for himself and his wife.When commenting on Campsites, or Aires, people often remark on things like traffic noise, church bells, etc.
Well, let me tell you, a Donkey in the field next to the campsite is a big turn off.
They make an incredibly annoying noise!
You have been ...
... glove compartments they were found innocently sitting at the bottom of the backpack. Phew! I thought I'd have to get the Guardia in to sort out the Receptionist! As neither of us can remember putting them in the bag we agreed not to talk about it . . . that way no one can be blamed.
The weather was a bit cloudy and breezy as we set off but not as bad as it has been. We stopped for elevensies in an Aire ...
A short stop-over as we reluctantly headed north! The campsite is good, obviously very busy with long-stay winter refugees!
The highlight of our two-night stay was certainly the walk in the Le Desert de les Palmes. This nature reserve owes its name to the Carmelites who built the original monastery in 1697. Apparently, in their language, desert signified a place of spiritual retreat. And ...