Hotel Tres Anclas

Address: C/ La Valldigna 11 , Gandia, Valencian Country, 46730 , Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on C/ La Valldigna 11 , Gandia.
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    Travel Blogs from Gandia

    Stopover in Morayra - Escale à Morayra

    A travel blog entry by karele on Jun 01, 2015

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    Nous sommes au mouillage pour la nuit dans une charmante baie. Nous avons passé Benidorm et avons longé la cote Espagnole et ses immeubles pour touristes tout au long. Et c'est avec plaisir que nous trouvons cette baie où il n'y a aucun immeuble mais de belles ...

    Meeting Spanish family-food, hugs & kisses

    A travel blog entry by thowell12 on Sep 30, 2012

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    ... back to Delfina's house for more catching up. After this, we had more goodbyes and left with Bela and Bernard. They have a house up the mountain near La Font at a place called La Llacuna, where they had to go to feed their dogs, two of which were babies (at only 5 months and 7 months old). They were the biggest puppies I've ever seen and will grow to weigh about 80 kilos when adults. The view on the way to-and-from the mountain was breath-taking. We headed back to Bela and Bernard's house ...

    Hippy fruits.

    A travel blog entry by joeljenaturner on Dec 06, 2010

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    ... to shoulder, but on this hot winter’s day was nearly empty of people. We walked the boulevard and bought 5kgs of Valencian Oranges for 2€ and sat by the ocean eating then, like real hobos. We got many odd looks. But that’s probably more due to the fact that we are odd looking.

    Btw, hippies are awesome; we hope to go see some real hippie communes in the south. Heaps ...


    A travel blog entry by wreckedagain2 on Jun 06, 2010

    ... and were soon in the hills behind the town, twisting and turning our way higher between the hills until we finally turned off the main road and onto a narrow twisting lane that led through orange groves. Another left and finally we were on the track to their villa. We couldn't believe how pretty the place was, nestled in a valley between the mountains. We were introduced to Biggles, the cat that we'd be sitting while Les and ...

    More Family time less sightseeing

    A travel blog entry by mscheibl on May 22, 2010

    ... wobbly block.

    After the museum, we met up with Emilio and Sandra at a fancy beach side
    resturant. We ate some kind of small eels, the size of worms, with
    delicious shrimp. They kept assuring us that the little eels were
    wonderful, but they really weren't that great, more like little chicken
    flavored worms. The other sea food dishes and lentil soup were great.
    After lunch we layed out on the beach, which was very windy and turned ...