Hotel Arco de la Villa

Address: Camino Nazari, s/n, Zahara de la Sierra, Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, Andalusia, 11688, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star villa
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This 2 star villa, located on Camino Nazari, s/n, Zahara de la Sierra, is near Plaza de España and Plaza de Blas Infante.
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      Travel Blogs from Zahara de la Sierra

      To Ronda

      A travel blog entry by tonatiu on Nov 01, 2014

      8 photos

      Next I drove to Ronda, where there is a famous 'new bridge', built in 1784, and the town sits both sides of a deep gorge. The campsite was about 15 mins walk from the town, the only thing i didn't like about it was that it was on a very slight slope, enough though that i felt i had to fight rolling to one side of my van in my sleep, making for rather disturbed ...

      Into the Spanish Countryside

      A travel blog entry by heatherandbrad on Oct 28, 2014

      19 photos

      ... the roads have narrowed even more as it is a secondary road. The pictures don’t do it justice, but it was a bit scary – sheer drop off on my side of the road. I don’t think those small white barriers would be of a much help! My palms were sweating as Brad honked the horn and slowed to 25km around each of the hairpin turns. The roads are barely wide enough for two cars to pass – thank goodness we didn’t run into any buses or trucks ...

      White Hill town of Ronda

      A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jan 30, 2013

      1 comment, 39 photos

      ... strategic positions because of their obvious vantage point but ever since the threat of invasion ended, they have resorted to being sleepy towns that bask in the sun and survive mostly on tourism and the olive industry, which seems to surround Ronda from all angles. Speaking of olives, the trees in our campsite had a plethora of ripe olives. Despite advice from Sheahan to not try them off the tree, I couldn’t resist and bit gingerly into one. It ...


      A travel blog entry by gladys.hunt on Jun 02, 2012

      ... set the waiter by sitting at an empty table in an empty resturant , wasn't our seat were ushered to a table that wasn't set nor did he set it . We had payed for breakfast but we weren't important .so just heled ourselves to ****** breakfast . We travelled a distance like from gisborne to Wellington and as far as the eye could see was wheat or barley . Then vineyard . The altitude was over 800 m .an 32c in temp . We are making sure to stop regularly as we don't want dehydration ...

      REMOTE Spain! Tiny Cartajima

      A travel blog entry by bevin on May 01, 2011

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... 8217;s husband – sent to Ronda to get groceries. Followed his great walking tour up and down seeing many sites, from an old mine right in the middle of the town, from one bridge covering the gorge to another, built ever so many centuries ago by Moors, and .... incredible sites. Did a full tour of the central church – very ornate and the works of art were quite something. Found a leather shop – hadn’t even realized ...