Azul Arenas Andalucia
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Azul Arenas Andalucia
Travel Blogs from Arenas
... which is sad. Driving into Malaga the navigator got lost, again. But we made it in the end to a very standard hotel without any character or atmosphere, we were both disappointed. Don't get me wrong, it is nice, pool, robe slippers etc., but we have been staying in some amazing places and a normal hotel is a bit......blah. We went for a walk to the beach, honestly don't bother ...
We decided not to go to Granda as we couldn't get tickets to Alhambra and there isn't much else to do there that we have not already done on this trip. We decided instead to head to Málaga, which is located on the southern coast of Spain. We took an 11:00 train to Málaga, and arrived around 1:30. We checked into the apartment then headed to lunch then to the Picasso museum. Later we went to El Palo beach for a ...
... an ideal killing field where the defending forces can take out their enemy before they can reach the next gate. With so many gates, I can't even begin to imagine what the Spanish forces went through to conquer this heavily protected palace. Going up the palace was somewhat difficult, because the ground is not very even making it a challenge to go uphill. But eventually we made it all the way to the main palace itself, and were able to walk around most of it. It's set up as ...
... but who sadly died at the young age of 28 in 1885 very soon after visiting Nerja.
Like us, Helen is a great cat lover, so we took her down the steps at the side of the balcony where on previous visits we had met a huge colony of feral but friendly cats. Sadly there was only one manky timid ginger one there. Incidentally when we returned the following week there were plenty! However down on the beach we found a ...
... to avoid ascending Cerro de las Forosa on the way, in order to leave plenty of time for "Peak 2". After a few undulations, twists and turns, we're passing "Peak 1" and descending slightly to the start of that path, where a "summit party" of four breaks away from the rest of the group.
The first section of the path goes up to the ridge on our left and is quite easy. However, when it reaches the ridge, there's a slight problem (for me, anyway). We've got to ...