Vanity Eden Binibeca & Spa
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... out to encourage tourists to find their way around her town. We’ve found tourist staff are usually of two kinds – the can’t be bothered, I’ve got a cushy job for life type, or the extremely eager and helpful ones, who are often younger. However, armed with a map and our very out-of-date Lonely Planet guide we felt equal to the task.
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We managed to get past and found a lovely lunch spot overlooking a bay, but when we opened the door the wind nearly blew our heads off.
We (I) planned to stay the night at a site near Roquetas de Mar, but when we got there it was a very built up area right in the middle of the ...
... was in a much better position, with less wind and no tomato greenhouses.
There is not really a village as such, just a nice looking bar/ restaurant , a hotel and a cluster of houses. There is a beach - the Playa del Arco and a couple of small ...
... lots of plastic greenhouses. It is on the long bay up to the Cabo and is very windy. So we have decided to move on to the other ACSI campsite nearby at Los Escullos.
First of all we drive up towards the Cabo, past where we turned back on yesterday's cycle ride.
The road swings inland ,then back to ...
... cycling routes to the village and beach etc.? They must get fed up with people continually asking the way At last we found the right path, which was very rough, stony and sandy. It went parallel to the beach and there was a strong wind blowing and the waves were crashing in. The view across the bay was magnificent, with the snow-topped Sierra Nevada in ...