Posada del Moro

Address: Paseo del Moro, 46, Cazalla de la Sierra, Andalusia, 41370 , Spain and Canary Islands | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Paseo del Moro, 46, Cazalla de la Sierra.
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    Travel Blogs from Cazalla de la Sierra

    Southern Cuenca Province - Alarcon & Belmonte

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 26, 2015

    39 photos

    ... a
    hill partly surrounded by canyons. It makes some of the lists of most beautiful
    villages in Spain. Naturally, the town has an impressive castle now used as a
    parador (luxury hotel). The Wikipedia article on the town includes historical
    population data. Alarcon now has around 150 residents, down from over 1,000 in
    1960. Now that’s rural depopulation! And it shows in the nearly deserted nature
    of the ...

    Artichokes and furniture shops

    A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Mar 04, 2015

    29 photos

    ... in a small part of Spain we did not know much about, between Cartagena and Alicante, inland from Torrevieja. We approached it with some trepidation, particularly as the last few hundred yards was down a very bumpy farm track. However it turned out to be a very pleasant six pitch site with basic but adequate facilities. The others who were staying there were all long term overwinterers, regulars who come back ...

    Day 2 - not a good start ...

    A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 12, 2014

    3 photos

    ... OK, there are eleven other rooms but we are on top of a hill with stunning views. And it is a real castle! It is fiesta weekend so RL and BE found a marching band and followed them. Such fun, we then found a great bar (yes really) where we had two glasses of wine and two beers for a fiver. We like this place! Dinner in a local restaurant - meat all round and there you have it. That is Day 2 in a bit of a nutshell! Onward and southward ...

    Porcelain City

    A travel blog entry by tomoandgreg on Jun 14, 2013

    13 photos

    (Tomo Reporting)

    We woke up and found a little surprise for us on the dining table. Alba has left a nice message for us thanking for the Lego Man, and in exchange, she gave us 2 little figurines she had. How lovely. :) And Eva had also written us a nice message and left us with her home made jams. We knew she was selling those, but we didn't expect to receive them as gift... We were both very grateful and happy that we chose ...

    Juana of Castilla, accused by "The Catholic"

    A travel blog entry by bergerhof on Apr 28, 2012

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... 14th century by Juan Pacheco, the Marquis of Villena, in the structure as it stands now. It is a tiny castle, with only 14 guestrooms. Each room is dedicated to someone - ours to Juana of Castilla, whose succession rights were seized by Isabel, "The Catholic".

    We've walked the ramparts on top of the castle walls, (in the rain), and are looking forward to a wonderful dinner in the medieval dining room.
    ...