4.5 based on 93 reviews
4.5 based on 574 reviews
I can't imagine how crowded this attractive village gets in high season, but on a sunny Tuesday in late September it was absolutely lovely. With its quaint stone buildings and cobbled streets this is far removed from the image most people have of Spain.
Granted, it is heavily geared up for tourism, but there are plenty of attractive, non-tourist buildings to admire. Of course, if tourist shopping is your aim - you are well catered for, but as far as I could see, all the shops sold pretty much identical produce.
We were only here for an hour, but were enchanted by the sheer beauty of the village.
4.5 based on 116 reviews
this is quite a fun way to spend 30-60 minutes. As you enter the maze, a man in a very bright orange T-shirt stops you and silently points to a board setting out some rules - mainly to prevent damage to the maze (a very odd approach) Once in the maze, you find your way to the centre quite quickly. Working out how to get to the exit proved more difficult and we kept passing the same people going in different directions. The maze is made using leylandii and it's not quite dense enough - there are gaps, some very large, allowing you to see people walking on the other side of the hedge so you never get the sense of being cut off from the world or lost. There are not enough trees planted close together and there are large gaps between the ground and the first branches. Dogs are allowed to accompany you, which is great, but could someone please collect the dog poo? The man in the orange T-shirt pops up unexpectedly from time to time and shouts "no" or points you in the right direction which can be very annoying when you haven't asked for his help and you're trying to work it out for yourself. He was responsible for at least two killjoy moments. There are 2 emergency exits on the sides if you get completely fed up. Entrance fee is a reasonable €4 with concessions for children. They don't accept credit cards. There is a small kiosk selling drinks and nibbles, plenty of picnic benches and 2 loos. It's well signposted from the main roads.
4.5 based on 539 reviews
The Cave of El Castillo contains a very well preserved cave art ensemble and an archaeological deposit with a stratigraphic sequence dating back from the Lower Paleolithic Era (about 150,000 years ago) to the Bronze Age (about 6,000 years ago).
We were a very small group and the guide was very patient in explaining the details of the drawings and the rock formations. Very informative. I had no problems with the online purchase of tickets....I had to guess that their requirement of a DNI was the city I lived in.........it let me continue, so I guess that was right. Careful to wear shoes that have rubber soles, because it is very slippery. A few of the other members in our party wore leather soled shoes. They said to prepare for cold inside the cave, but I found it very humid and warm.
5 based on 11 reviews
Rafting en el Ebro cerca de Reinosa, para la despedida de soltero de un amigo. Salió todo fenomenal el equipo que te prestan bastante cuidado/nuevo y completo, neopreno, escarpines, casco, chaleco y remo.
Dos horas de descenso muy divertido, y al terminar te puedes duchar en las instalaciones.
Totalmente recomendado y nada caro.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
Small village featuring: its beach (Luaña) and a Cistercian abbey.
The best choice for accommodation seems to be "Hotel Sanmar".
To have lunch you have a convenient place right by the beach. Also at "Hotel Sanmar" itself and at "Basas y Tapas" at the main road to access to the village.
We had quite a bad experience at "El Refugio".
4.5 based on 169 reviews
Interesting buildings line the beautiful narrow cobble stone street of Calle de Juan Infante. A 15th-century tower, facing Calle de Juan Infante, is known for its pointed arched doorway. There are crafts, small artisan gallery, unique and interesting food, clothing, art and craft shops, restaurants, tapas bars. The street is simply picturesque and lively at night. We took a leisurely stroll both early in the morning and during the evening when we went out for dinner. Very enjoyable. This is a beautiful town. To avoid the crowds, visit in the off season. We went in May, and really enjoyed it. Weather was perfect for walking, shops were open, but it wasn't very crowded. The streets are car free.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Pues sí. De resultas de las piruetas que da la vida, una mujer marroquí cocina en este antiguo bar de barrio de pueblo de toda la vida. Los que lo llevan ahora, una pareja joven, lo han transfomado en un garito con música en vivo en la terracita que tiene mucho éxito. Ah, la comida muy buena. A mí no me gustaba el cus-cus.... hasta que probé este el año pasado. He vuelto media docena de veces. Las aceitunas aliñadas, cojonudas.
4.5 based on 189 reviews
This cave is situated around 600 metres from the larger and more popular El Castillo Cave. It is an active cave in that its stalactites and stalagmites are still forming. The tour was mostly spent viewing these formations, some of which were spectacular. A very limited examples of prehistoric rock art were viewed at the end of the tour. The guide spoke Spanish at a very fast rate which was impossible for English-speakers to follow.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
Es un local muy bueno, con amplia oferta de cervezas y hamburguesas muy buenas. Hay opciones para veganos y están realmente sabrosas. Es muy recomendable, la relación calidad-precio es bastante buena. Son burguers elaboradas y valen lo que se paga.
¡Hay que probarlo!
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