Villa Retiro

Address: Del Molins 2, Xerta, Terres de l'Ebre, Catalonia, 43592, Spain | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Del Molins 2, Xerta, is near Metro de Valencia (El), Valencia Botanical Gardens, El Almudin, and Parque de Benicalap.
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    Travel Blogs from Xerta

    Living off Grid - Workaway No 2

    A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on Dec 07, 2014

    9 comments, 11 photos

    After only a short drive we met our second workaway hosts in a bar in the small town of Xerta. They seemed very pleasant and we followed them back to their house in the middle of nowhere. As usual we had confirmed ahead that there were no access issues for Daisy and were assured that the roads were fine…..they lied!!!! First we had to negotiate the hairpin which took us onto a single track road for a couple of km’s where I think we met half of ...

    Day Twenty (On footpaths made of marble)

    A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 20, 2014

    16 photos

    For the first time in a lil while, we were able to rise without a great rush imposed from outside. While in Barcelona, J was up early almost every day in order to attend those sessions of the conference she was bothered to attend and we then moved quickly on our one free day in B with a rushed trip to see La Sagrada Familia and finally made a hasty exit on the final day to get to the train on time. But today was relatively free. Except we had a new and exciting city ...

    Spain and the Church

    A travel blog entry by austinsoper on Jun 23, 2014

    ... br> Some of the traditionally Catholic holidays have been *******ized into more secular celebrations, such as Dia de San Juan, the feast day of John the Baptist, which is celebrated in Spain with the lighting of bonfires and the tradition of jumping over 9 waves in the Mediterranean for good luck. Similarly, the celebration of the Falles, involving the burning of large cardboard and paper statues, was originally a celebration of the feast ...

    Last day of Volunteering and the Graffiti Tour

    A travel blog entry by katetahls on Feb 06, 2014

    57 photos

    ... was nice, it is not open to the public so we got to see "behind the scenes". They have a seed bank here where they stock seeds of the native plants to the area by going into the forest and collecting the seeds of the plants. They also have seeds of plants that may not be native to the area or very rare plants. The man showed us where they process and extract the seeds from the plants and ...

    A cold wet day in Valencia

    A travel blog entry by bethalexandra on Nov 28, 2013

    22 photos

    ... We checked out the bullring, a beautiful train station, the post office a few other spots then the mercado central, a beautiful building selling quality food produce - wonderful! We then checked out La Ronja, a very old silk exchange then headed for horchata! We did a bit of tourist shopping then went inside the catedrel which houses 'the holy chalice'. Very ornate and I am disposed to be skeptical! Huge cathedral very ornate, ancient paintings and staturary, a martyr's ...