Villa Turistica de Bubion
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Turistica de Bubion Sierra Nevada National Park
Travel Blogs from Sierra Nevada National Park
... came when we encountered a very large number of sheep and goats being herded along a narrow path that we were walking along.
the good thing was that sheep don't attack as a 'pack' (they don't do they??) and we managed to get through the herd, sending them scrambling up the hill in panic. But not before I (Melinda) panicked first.
Goats are freaky! Be sure to play the video with the sheep and goats, its very funny.
By Melinda, fearer of Goats
... less chance of getting lost. The hardest part was finding the mountain road after going around and round in circles (following the phone GPS navigator) trying to get out of a small spanish town called La Zubia. I'm sure La Zubia is a lovely little town but not when you are getting frustrated trying to escape its tiny winding one way streets with their high walls and bad signage. Eventually we just turned the GPS off ...
... in the 14th century. It has both a mixture of Christian and Islamic (some team) styled architecture, statues and gardens. (I think) We didn't do the tour but Morry would give his experience up there cutting about a solid 7/10 on his places worth seeing (if you aren't too hungover) scale. Our last full day was spent on the roof terrace at Cara's flat listening to music and lying in the sun. This was following a full English ...
... cave homes, before walking past a shop named "Kevin" and grabbing some food.
In the evening we were taken by minibus to Flamenco. However we were led to believe that we would be the only ones on the minibus - so when we clambered aboard, every one of us was shocked to discover two Chinese sitting in the ...
... hotel and enjoyed a light lunch. We had arranged a late check out as we were boarding a train to Barcelona at 10:15. We left our baggage at the hotel and took the bus back into Granada. Debbie and Myra wanted to shop at some of the stores and we wanted to find a nice restaurant to eat before we left. We stayed in the main plaza and found a great restaurant where we enjoyed a long and leisurely dinner. Then, a bus ride back to the hotel to retrieve our suitcases and a taxi ...