Cortijo La Solana

Address: A.P. 364, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29230, Spain and Canary Islands | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Málaga

The arrival

A travel blog entry by julian.mackness on Feb 10, 2015

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... completed about half the program on Duolingo and have about 800 Spanish words in my vocabulary give or take (the app can tell you all this). I also listened to podcasts by "Notes in Spanish" by Ben and Marina which are also very helpful to learn the important phrases and especially the street talk which I have found you will probably need the most. in addition to this i took about 6 months of Spanish lessons 1 night a week for about 1.5 hours a lesson to try and ...

Lovely Costa Del Sol

A travel blog entry by sarahbaulch2014 on Jan 28, 2015

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... and sharing of this traditional music & dance. Afterwards we found a bar, where one guitar player and the regulars all sang & danced along to flamenco tunes. This was a real treat and felt very natural and spainish, it was tiny place which was packed to the rafters.

There is a muslim fortress to visit, which was lovely, very simply restored and looked after, with gardens, fountains, views and a pretty palace within its walls. Its at the bottom of a ...

Cordoba, last day tour Andalucia

A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Sep 18, 2014

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... relaxing. After a well earned break we headed for The Alcazar of Cordoba, (the royal palace) which started life initially as a Roman fortress then became a moorish fortress and finally one of the residences of the Spanish royals Ferdinand and Isabella who used it as the seat of the inquisition. Again quite marvellous but a horrible history which culminated with the deaths of thousands at the hands of tortures and their ...


A travel blog entry by cnickerson on Apr 03, 2014

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... unique area where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean Sea (called the Alboran Sea). There were many interesting things to look at and touch, but the highlights were the sea turtles and the seahorses.

And that was it. The road trip was over. We could have easily spent several more days in Málaga, but we were out of time and my parents had a plane to catch. We headed back to Seville the next day with a stop in Ronda for ...

Fuengirola and Diving In Spain

A travel blog entry by drowles on Jul 31, 2013

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... about this - so I guess there have been problems. We suited up and had to walk with all our kit down the coast to a cement stairway and metal ladder. We entered the water and just as we were going down I had a few problems. First I couldn't sink, then my new mask started to leak and I started to breath too fast. Was quite embarrassed at all the fuss I was causing, but I managed to calm down and dive. The visibility was poor, maybe 4-6 ft so I ...