Nixar

Address: Calle Antonio Vico 24, Almeria, Costa de Almeria, Andalusia, 04003, Spain and Canary Islands | Inn
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This inn, located on Calle Antonio Vico 24, Almeria, is near Alcazaba of Almeria.
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Travel Blogs from Almeria

Day 20: Almeria Province

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jun 29, 2021

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... often given of immigrant life in Almeria of people living in wretched shantytowns, cut off from the general population, here you see immigrants well dressed, strolling down Main Street at the greatest of ease. As a matter of fact, many of the shops and restaurants here are run by immigrants as well… Not just your shwarma shop either—a poster advertises a Middle East themed nightclub… another poster advertises a discotheque with 3 female DJs—two ...

Storms a brewing!

A travel blog entry by amyandlily on Nov 04, 2014

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... the storm last night! So, you see I wasn't over exaggerating at all. It really was the bad!! Today I drive through some horrendous floods, again grateful for the super chunky tires that meant faithful Lily took it all in her stride again. I couldn't have been prouder of her today as she battled through raging storms and raging rivers across the road. I'm now stopped in almerimar and tucked up in an English bar with a coffee and wifi! Spain isn't all sunshine and seasides you see!! ...

A real anchorage? I thought that was just a myth!

A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Sep 21, 2014

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From Almerimar we headed east to round Cabo de Gata, which marked the end of the Costa del Sol and the start of the Costa Cálida, which stretches along the small section of south-east Spain that include Cartagena. It translates as 'warm coast', so named because it has a micro-climate featuring hot, dry weather (even in the winter), hence it being it ...

This is getting ridiculous

A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Sep 18, 2014

The next day was even worse on the anchorage front. We were planning on having a fairly short day, so we left late, only to find that the spot we'd selected was right behind a headland with 20 knots of wind gusting around it, straight into us.

This was clearly unsuitable, but the nearest marina was 26 miles away and we'd struggle to get there before dark. Still, we ...

Almeria - Fortress Town

A travel blog entry by jimtrap on Sep 13, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... on the southern side of the Mediterranean, following the north African coast. We can see misty mountains in the distance to starboard and a constant array of fishing, cargo and passenger vessels – even some intrepid seagulls following the ship from time to time. We have seen dolphins on other cruises but no sea life seen so far on this trip.

Have just attended an in depth port lecture on Ephesus from a chap called Stewart ...

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