Hotel Rustico Puerto Arnela

Address: Plaza del Carmen 20, Camarinas, Galicia, 15123, Spain and Canary Islands | Inn
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This inn is located on Plaza del Carmen 20, Camarinas.
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      Travel Blogs from Camarinas

      Baby dolphins!

      A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Jul 02, 2014

      6 photos

      We had a really long sail today - 48 miles from A Coruņa to Camariņas - which was kind of exhausting and not particularly comfortable with two to three metres of swell.

      BUT we've finally moved on (we were getting a bit frustrated staying in A Coruņa so long thanks to ****** weather) and we had dolphins with us for quite a while today, including a couple of mother and baby pairs, which were utterly adorable.

      It wasn't really all that exciting ...

      29km with a few prickles in the face

      A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on May 23, 2014

      8 photos

      ... to get there and almost face planted into the gorse just as we got there. A few prickles in my face and some in my hands but I remained on my feet - so it doesn't count as a face plant! The view was awesome! We had seem some distant views of the Atlantic Ocean just nothing you could capture on film because of the weather. Fabulous sight and fabulous pics from here, What a life! And we can see Finesterre!

      On the way down the hill ...

      The ultimate "Fin de Camino" (end of the Camino)

      A travel blog entry by europepilgrims on Sep 23, 2013

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... Here, we found more statues of St. James, tall crosses, memorials to those who have died on the Camino, and many boots, poles, and backpacks left by pilgrims. We talked with pilgrims who had walked 500 miles as we had, had walked for only the past week, had ridden bicycles, or had driven the Camino by car. Most had taken a bus from Santiago to Finisterre, a few had driven as we had, even fewer had taken the extra week to walk it. All ...

      Finishing in Finisterre

      A travel blog entry by marymc21 on Aug 03, 2013

      3 comments, 32 photos

      ... sun set at 9:55pm, exactly as my poor little phone predicted. The changing hues of blue and other colours that appeared in the sky and on the clouds were gorgeous, and the smooth line of the horizon was only broken by three ships that slowly became clearer as time wore on. Behind us, the clouds on the mountains of the coast went from grey to purple to black and the sky was amazing to look at from night to light. Once the sun reached the sea, ...

      Westwards along the north coast of Spain

      A travel blog entry by philmillard on Sep 14, 2012

      10 photos

      ... so lunch was sorted! we eventually arrive dlate in the town of luarca, where we moored to bouy with 2 stern lines, tom and i went ashore for a few riojas,
      8/9 the following morning we explored the town and reprovisioned, we left about 10 and motored
      after about an hour the fog came down and we started the radar- visibilty was about 50 m at times and we had to avoid pot bouys and drift nets, we eventually using the plotter went up the estuary to ...