Hotel Maravedi

Calle Fuente Escarda, 5, Capileira, Sierra Nevada National Park, Andalusia, 18414 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Fuente Escarda, 5, Capileira.
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    Travel Blogs from Capileira

    Cortijo Las Tomas

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Feb 23, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... Acequia Nueva at about 2150m. At this height, there's the occasional patch of snow, and one rather tricky stream with ice on its banks to be negotiated. The acequia is an even better viewpoint for looking at Veleta and the other mountains on the west side of the Sierra Nevada. After passing a small herd of very contented looking cows, we're able to start the long easy descent back to Capileira. And it doesn't take nearly as long as the journey upwards - I can't imagine ...

    Las Alpujarras

    A travel blog entry by vgfamily on Apr 11, 2013

    5 photos

    ... in Capileira as we were anxious to return to Granada. The next morning though, after checking out of our hotel, we embarked on a long hike into the mountains. The trail snaked along a river, ice cold with snowmelt. We passed by many stone farmhouses dating back from the Medieval times. The mid-point of the hike was at an abandoned village called La Cebadilla.

    When we returned to town we headed to a ...

    Granada, and of course Al Hambra

    A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on May 15, 2012

    152 photos

    ... that make up the building, and if that is not enough, the massive decorations bear down with crushing force. To the uneducated, any God or King represented by this place was clearly not someone to mess with.

    The hotel sold vouchers in advance for the entry at a specific time and on a specific date into Al Hambra. The hotel also advised that the vouchers should be exchanged for tickets at the entry point some 40 to ...

    Granada / Alhambra, by Chris Lunsford

    A travel blog entry by wareameye on Nov 21, 2011

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. In 711, the Moors, after the conquest of Hispania, occupied large parts of the Iberian Peninsula, thus establishing Al-Andalus (Moorish Spain). The Moors maintained much of the Roman legacy, repairing and extending the Roman-built infrastructure and using it for irrigation while introducing new agricultural practices and ...

    Mulhacen

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Oct 11, 2011

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... predicted for the next week!). Obviously came up here for a picnic or something - I just hope they can find the route to the Poqueira Refuge, as there isn't a lot else to do round here! I ask them if the bus is coming back; yes, they say, at 5.00pm. I guess that's an insurance policy for me.

    From here, there's a choice of routes. One path goes more or less straight up to the summit via a ridge called the Loma de Mulhacen. Alternatively, the track, now in a somewhat ...