Hostal Margarita

Avenida Espana, 38, La Linea, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11300, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Linea

Gibraltar British Territory

A travel blog entry by tvandeve on May 02, 2014

25 photos

... apes but saw them all over the rock. St Michael's cave was amazing. It is big enough to hold musical performances inside as shown in my photo. After visiting the old Moorish Castle we headed for the oldest pub in Gibraltar and tried the local brew. Was it good? Probably, but after all the walking and climbing dishwater would gave seemed ...

Smir fuengirola estepona wow

A travel blog entry by peterjudges on Jul 26, 2013

6 comments, 21 photos

... Phil arrived from Gib via bus and we readied for tomorrows sail. quick turn around town and found most of essex girls had already got there. dressed as only essex girls can. many signs for all day breakfast retired.
Wednesday and cast off for Estepona, another new one for me. guess what? 3 miles out to sea, fog! head inshore a bit and anchor! man overboard as everybody dives in. very refreshing and no great whites, I hope.
Arrived Estepona. Best marina yet ...

Dolphins, Apes and M&S (Tim)

A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier on Nov 21, 2012

1 comment, 5 photos

Setting off early our plan was a quick trip to Gibraltar then onto Cadiz for the night. Getting to La Linea De La Concepcion the Spanish town at the border was easy enough but then where to park ? We had been warned about theft from motor homes left near the border but couldn't find any info re. Parking and the GPS was no help. Finally I decided just to drive towards the border and found a supervised car park which seemed reasonably safe - although there ...

A Bit of British in the Mediterranean

A travel blog entry by kerry.mundy on Oct 09, 2012

19 photos

Such an interesting experience crossing a 100metre stretch of land and suddenly move from Spain to British Gibraltar. The first thing we saw was a red telephone box on Winston Churchill Avenue. So bizarre but it was nice to be able to read and speak English again.We did a tour of Gibraltar which didn't take long since it's only 7000 square metres and a population of 30,000 who cling to "the rock".Amazingly, the rock has ...


A travel blog entry by bdvano on Sep 05, 2012

11 photos

The bus to Gibraltar leaves at 10:00, so after our breakfast the half kilometer walk to the bus station was a great aerobic start for the day. We traveled along the southeast coast line until we arrived in Gibraltar. The Rock of Gibraltar is a large looming mountain that protects a bay and the cities of La Linea, Spain and the country of Gibraltar. We disembarked from our bus at the bus station in La Linea and walked the hundred yards to the ...