La Posada de Alajar

Address: C/ Medico Emilio Gonzalez 2, Alajar, Province of Huelva, Andalucia, 21340, Spain | Inn
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This inn, located on C/ Medico Emilio Gonzalez 2, Alajar, is near Muelle de las Carabelas and Sierra Aracena.
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    Travel Blogs from Alajar

    Day Hike from Fuenteheridos to Cortelazor

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 10, 2015

    42 photos

    ... our host Craig's wife Sascha met us with nice picnic lunch of sandwich meats and bread, tortilla espanola, flan, junk food, salads, and a dessert box from a bakery, fortification for the hour long uphill slog back to Cortelazor where our week of trekking ended.

    For dinner we went back to Maricastana, the more upscale of Castano de Robledo’s two restaurants for another gourmet dinner of locally sourced foods. I chose ...

    Day Hike to Santa Ana la Real and Jabugo

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 09, 2015

    23 photos

    ... in mountain air adds to the flavor, even though the pigs tend to
    be raised mostly at lower elevations which have more of the acorn-producing
    Holm Oak trees, and Jabugo is the mountain town in the Sierra that allegedly
    has the finest mountain air for the long curing.

    As best I can tell Jamon Iberico and Jamon de Bellota has a
    significantly firmer and tastier flesh than most of the general Jamon Serrano I’ve
    had in Spain. To be honest, a ...

    Minas de Rio Tinto - World's Oldest Mines

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 08, 2015

    38 photos

    Yet another day in the Sierra dawns gray and rainy, this time as forecast. This was officially the tour's free day, the one without otherwise planned hikes or activities. Of the several options we were offered, which also included self-guided rainy day hikes, a trip to Seville on the public bus, and sitting around at the posada, nearly all in our group of 10 gravitated towards a day trip to Las Minas de Rio Tinto.

    Much of Andalusia’s ...

    Day Hike to Almonaster La Real and Aracena

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 07, 2015

    66 photos

    ... various
    geological names than I’ve seen in caves elsewhere. The normal tour is only in
    Spanish, but our guide Craig (of Scottish background) is a geologist by
    training and was able to explain them all in English with enormous enthusiasm.
    Unfortunately, though, they don’t allow pictures in the caverns, except of
    course the one their photographer will take of you for which they’ll charge you


    Day Hike to Alajar and Back

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 05, 2015

    39 photos

    The first day’s hike was naturally going to be a preparatory
    one for the longer ones, a relatively easy loop hike of 13 kilometers (8 miles)
    up over a ridge and down into the town of Alajar and back. The morning started
    about a little misty but the skies cleared up nicely later in the morning for a
    nice day overall.

    As it turns out, the chestnuts Castna del Robledo is named
    for are not in fact native to ...