Hostal San Juan
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Photos of Hostal San Juan
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal San Juan El Campello
Travel Blogs from El Campello
Shorter driving days now we're virtually in Southern Spain, so we were in Benidorm by lunch. Saw our first Big Black bull on the side of the road. There are loads around, but that’s the first we’ve seen this trip and Penny has them on her mind as she’s just been reading about the Brandy factory and the Bulls used to advertise it (think we’ll be visiting and sampling some when we get to Cadiz).
... of Porcelain. We take the tour and are intrigued by the history and creative process that goes into making these world famous figurines. Afterwards you are given the "opportunity to purchase". What an amazing collection! Top of the line pieces up in the hundreds of thousands of Euros! Our purchase was considerably more modest! Late afternoon lunch / dinner today. By coach to Albufera's National Park and the area where the Paella cuisine originated. We are taken to a ...
Soon after lunch, we went for a drive to Benidorm. It was the other city that wasn't to far away where we are staying. It only took 40 minutes to get to Benidorm. I was surprised that there was a lot more high rise apartments in Benidorm. We parked the car close to the beach and walked to the beach. It was packed. And nearly all the people I saw were older than 70years old. ...
... a tram going past the beach every once in the while. The water temperature was quite warm, So I was able to stay in the water for quite a long time. Luckily, it wasn't windy, so dad and I were able to play soccer on the beach. When we got hot playing soccer, we jumped back into the water. There were many fish in the water. The most of them were a decent size. I was so exited and tried to catch one but it ...
... It took about one hour, then we finally made it to Alicante. we walked out of the stations and then we were next to a large road. It was not very busy. I like the city centre when it was not too busy. We walked down to the port. There was so many very expensive speed boats. We also saw a pirate ship but we didn't go in. We were heading to a museum that was along the sea side. It was a museum about yacht racing. Unfortunately, it was closed. I had ...