Palacete de Cazulas

Address: Otivar, Granada Province, Andalusia, 18698, Spain and Canary Islands | Villa
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          • Tennis Court
          • Outdoor pool
          • Heated pool
          • Swimming pool
          • Bar/lounge


          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Banquet room
          • Babysitting service
          • Laundry

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          Travel Blogs from Otivar

          Heading South to the Alhambra

          A travel blog entry by rorison1074 on Apr 29, 2015

          6 photos

          The drive from Alicante to Granada saw a real change in landscape, we had seen acres of olive groves and orange trees when we drove to Alicante and the soil was quite red which reminded us of Australia. As we have headed south it has become more arid and rocky, and we have seen a lot of table grapes, pomegranates, still some citrus and summer fruit too. The soil looks like nothing would grow in it but it still obviously ...

          Rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain. Not!

          A travel blog entry by clareandbuzz on Mar 21, 2015

          4 comments, 10 photos

          Yesterday was a rainy day to start so we headed downstairs to our favorite German spot for cafe and Buzz had his second breakfast, I snuck in a glass of champagne since most of the folks there were already imbibing!! A woman we spoke to told us of a mall close by so, even though we're not shoppers, it was the perfect place to go on a rainy day. We got a bit of a walk in and I finally got a hoodie to keep me a bit warmer than ...


          A travel blog entry by daniellemcnicol on Sep 05, 2014

          37 photos

          ... in the Albaicin district, where we wandered down narrow roads and lanes making our way back to our hotel. On the way down we visited the Cordoba Palace which was very nice (and free). We stopped for lunch at a lovely little bar next to the Rio Darro and, after a lunch of salad, Iberico ham, grilled peppers and bread we headed back to our hotel for a bit of a siesta. Granada is such a beautiful city with a permanent population of around 250,000, which is increased ...

          An Unexpected Festival of Crosses

          A travel blog entry by hstephens123 on May 03, 2014

          32 photos

          ... expected to land on Thursday morning. So of course that meant that instead of taking the day off for vacation I should go to work instead, surprising most of the people in the office who hadn't expected to see me until next week. When my boss asked me what I was doing for the holiday and I responded that I had friends arriving and we'd be heading to Granada on Friday evening she was astounded. Not only was she also going to be in Granada that weekend, but it was the biggest festival of ...

          Inca gold and all that

          A travel blog entry by cokers on Jan 14, 2014

          5 photos

          ... I hate to think of the calory count. Its still settling in my stomach as I write this. The main cathedral just over our proverbial back fence is the final resting place of queen isabella and king ferdinand who were responsible for uniting spain against the moors and then sending their navy and army to the "new world" to get all the inca riches. We could have gone in and seen the crypt, but are now gerting a bit selective about which churches we ...