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

    Sleepy town, nice view

    A travel blog entry by elohim on Mar 04, 2015

    Zahara is a typical pueblo blanco of the sierra. It doesn't however see many visitors at this time. In the end we were the only clients to the restaurant visited. The view from the alcazar is quite impressive.

    Historical town and presently hot!

    A travel blog entry by sealefamily on Jul 05, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... and we still could not find them. In the heat of the day, took a walk down to the rio Guadalcalete, for stunning view up to the Parador set high on the hill, finishing with a hot walk back up the hill to the parador. A maitre D accosted Kath - only just to give her a serviette - he could see her sweat from a distance!! I had a patient this spring tell me that he went on the Santiago de Compostello pilgrimage and all he wanted at the end of each day ...

    The birthplace of bullfighting, Ronda!

    A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Nov 03, 2013

    33 photos

    ... training for knights in the 16th C, but it was Ronda's native son, Francisco Romero and his sons who established the 'rules' of modern bullfighting. The art is revered here, not considered a sport, but a cultural event.

    Ronda was immortalized in chapter 10 of Ernest Hemingway's "For Whom the Bell Tolls", which I felt I should read since we were coming here...the chapter, based on real events, is ...

    Day 5 Zahara de la Sierra - Grazelama

    A travel blog entry by lindasarah on Jun 04, 2013

    10 photos

    ... whose olive oil is produced the way it was years ago. The farm has been in his family o many generations. The taste of his oil is so smooth and creamy. We were also shown a Matadors cape. There are 2... The bigger cape is used at the "beginning" of the "show" when they are tiring the bull. The smaller red cape is used for the final kill as it hides ...

    The beautiful scenery of Ronda

    A travel blog entry by rickandwill on Jun 18, 2012

    20 photos

    We had a big day yesterday and it was so very hot, especially for Graham and Carol, so when we arrived home again in the late afternoon we were not suprised that our travel buddies were what we call in Oz " knackered " So made them a cuppa and before you know it , they both fell asleep in their chairs. Carol woke up pretty soon and Graham tried but he could not keep his eyes open. Hence the beautiful photo of ...