Dona Pakyta

Address: Correo 51, San Jose, Costa de Almeria, Province of Almeria, Andalucia, 04118, Spain | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Correo 51, San Jose.
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      Day 20: Almeria Province

      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jun 29, 2021

      78 photos

      ... to go ahead and start working my way back, checking out some of those towns I missed along the way. 1276. A Farm Town With a Skyscraper (Spain 080) El Ejido, June 23, 2012, Day 103 5 hours, 9.8 kms Day 103 Total: 11 hours, 17.4 kms My first stop is El Ejido, a sizeable town smack in the heart of the greenhouse district. One thing that caught my attention heading east yesterday was a tall skyscraper in the middle of this town (which means “collective farm” in ...

      Desolate edge

      A travel blog entry by tonatiu on Dec 14, 2014

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      ... further up there were some more major coast roads so my route was an easy choice. It was stunning scenery most of the way, I drove past Gibraltar, I drove on a coast road that went through towns and virtually empty seaside resorts I'd never heard of, small places waiting for the summer. By the time the sun started to set I was between Malaga and Almeria and although I was now on a more major road ...

      A deserted marina

      A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Sep 22, 2014

      ... us, pushing us up the coast. With force 6 gusts, we were very glad to arrive and gain the shelter of the harbour, although this was a little limited, and swell rolled in behind us, making the boats bounce up and down.

      It was supposedly a stern-to marina, but it was so empty that everyone had just moored alongside the long, empty pontoons. It looks as though we'd ...

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

      A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Sep 21, 2014

      5 photos

      ... above it. The slopes curving down to the water were, Mister Kitty told me, the very image of those used in the spaghetti westerns he'd grown up watching - not all that surprising, as most of them were filmed in the south of Spain.

      We had company that night as well; four other boats spent the night with us in glassy water and gentle winds.
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      And so I start the long drive back north

      A travel blog entry by eamesy on Sep 10, 2014

      3 photos

      ... I'm still getting out of Spain! Easy drive north to the site I posted pics of on my way down. Not very adventurous am I but it is magnificent so why not? Swim. Hot sun very warm pool. To bar and an English couple just arrived from Cambridge were chatting in English so of course I joined in! An hour later back to van to cook one of ...