Vime Tierra Mar Golf

Address: Sector M Parcela 120, Matalascanas, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 21760, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Sector M Parcela 120, Matalascanas, is near Bolonia Beach and Facinas Road.
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    Introduction and a short (kind of) History Lesson

    A travel blog entry by sateacher2013 on Oct 06, 2014

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    ... This trait, as well as their intelligence also makes them a favorite for films. Most of the horses you see in movies set earlier than the 1800s are Spanish horses. (Gladiator, Lord of the Rings, Braveheart, and Game of Thrones to name a few)

    On to the final but probably most important part - the riding. The center focuses on Classical Dressage and Centered Riding. Classical Dressage evolved from cavalry movements and training for the battlefield, and has since ...


    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on May 20, 2012

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    ... to do with intolerance? Did Fascists call themselves Fascists?
    Gray-haired Jose replied, Franco's dictatorship had been about enforcing rules, and the brutal persecution or elimination of the opposition. And no, Fascists didn't call themselves Fascists, it was a name that was given to them by others.
    Jose worried slightly, because Fascism was making a small comeback in the democratic elections of ...

    A Glimpse of Carnaval...and more rain...?!

    A travel blog entry by megeland on Mar 11, 2011

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    ... around in a group of 50+. Our luck would have it that less than an hour after dinner, the torrential downpours started once again, ending our night and sending most of the Carnaval partiers running for shelter.

    The next morning, we woke up to an amazing blue sky, so we were actually excited to jump back on the bus and begin our journey to Jerez for sightseeing and a winery tour.

    The Sherry Triangle

    A travel blog entry by darrenhough74 on Feb 09, 2010

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    ... decided to get a caffine fix and head onto Sanlucar.

    Driving into Sanlucar we liked the place more than El Puerto and decided we would spend the night here. Maybe we would be able to catch some Flamenco and enjoy some sherry tasting and tapas. The tourist office told us no flamenco so it looked like sherry and tapas it was. The old town was starting to liven up as siesta was now over. Walking past ...

    The morning after... Chipiona!

    A travel blog entry by pulcinella_25 on Sep 27, 2007

    ... notice after you've whizzed past it and have to then turn back, cursing all the apostles and their sisters as you go along! (Well, I cursed something else, as I am not familiar with the apostles nor their sisters, but you get the idea...) After an interminable amount of time, we arrived at Bonanza. 3 houses, a lighthouse and a grubby port harbouring a shady collection of characters covered in scars and eyeing us menacingly from under their caps or through half-open doors. ...