Costa Andaluza

Address: Calle Islas Bahamas 59, Motril, Andalusia, 18600, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Islas Bahamas 59, Motril, is near Mirador de San Nicolas and Barracuda Diving Center.
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        Travel Blogs from Motril

        GRANADA a different feeling of Spain

        A travel blog entry by amyryush on Feb 01, 2014

        17 photos

        ... V, Holy Roman Emperor in 1527, was inserted in the Alhambra within the Nasrid fortifications. Interestingly Charles V decided not
        to destroy the original palace Nazariés but instead built a Roman styled palace next to it which is a square building on the outside but a circular coliseum on the inside. It apparently has great acoustics and is used for concerts.

        It is now one of Spain's major tourist attractions, exhibiting the country's ...

        Blue sky and experience

        A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Oct 31, 2013

        2 photos

        ... and fast wifi, excellent showers etc and within 50 metres of the med! A great run along the seafront this morning with the Star Clipper in sight anchored out to sea, the same ship we saw leaving Port Vendres some time ago, magnificent views south but the docks and associated industries to the north. A good place to stay at Camping Playa De Poniente by the sea in Motril.

        AND, the last walk before bed we saw two clippers on 'manoeuvres' just out of the port, ...

        Day 10 - May 31, 2013

        A travel blog entry by deacondavid on May 31, 2013

        9 photos

        ... 3rd largest attraction in all of Europe, we were told. The entire structure is actually a "Citadel" (city), and houses what the Sultans were trying to create as "heaven on earth" (paradise). It was built under the Sultan Ismail I, Yusuf I, and Mohammed V, the caliphs who ruled the area from the 12th to the 14th centuries. The gardens were Kris's favorite part, and were absolutely stunning - it would rival any botanical gardens I've ...

        Semana Santa en Granada

        A travel blog entry by morgannorwood on Mar 29, 2013

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... tradition and represent different things. Then there are usual alter children who carry around incense so that the streets fill with the aroma. Then you can see girls carrying candles and sometimes women wearing elaborate veils and headpieces. Finally come the pasos. They move slowly because of how heavy they are and they sway while everyone walks in sync to each other. It's really something special and moving to watch because each of the men carrying the ...

        Mi casa es su casa

        A travel blog entry by kjcorby on Sep 17, 2012

        4 photos

        ... the town of Alfarnatejo. The town itself was tiny. Whitewashed walls, tile decorations, and heavy curtains hung over the entrance doors to keep the sun from bleaching the wood. We walked narrow streets and were able to explore most of town in about 10 minutes. We finished with the one church in town then went into one of the houses that was done up as it would have been in the 16th century and we were given a spread of wine, almonds, figs, olives, ...