Club Hotel Riu Chiclana

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Urbanizacion Loma del Puerco, Novo Sancti Petri, 11130, Spain
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Value Score Poor Value

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Natural Parks and Reserves in Cadiz Province.

by Beach_dog

Natural Parks...

Sierra de Grazalema
Bahia de Cadiz
Los Alcornocales
Acantilado y Pinar de Barbate

Natural Areas...

Embalse de Arcos
Embalse de Bornos
Estuario de Guadiaro
Isla del Trocadero
Marismas de Sancti Petri
Marismas del Palmones
Playa de los Lances

Natural Reserves...

Complejo Endorreico de Chiclana
Complejo Endorreico de Espera
Complejo Endorreico de Puerto Real
Complejo Endorreico de Puerto Santa Maria
Laguna de Medina
Las Canteras y el Tejon

Costa de la luz (Huelva and Cadiz)

by Carmela71

HUELVA BEACHES

Beaches of El Loro (Outer Doñana Park Area), Isla Cristina beach.

The beaches of Mazagón and Matalascañas (he largest tourist resort on Huelva's Costa de la Luz)

Doñana National Park.

Monasterio de la Rábida opposite to Punta del Sebo.

CADIZ BEACHES

A nice area around Cadiz capital: Sanlúcar de Barrameda (situated at the mouth of the River Guadalquivir), Chipriona, El Puerto de Santa María and Sancti Petri beach (Chiclana).

And now my favourites:

Conil de la frontera a typical fishing village with 14 km of beaches: Los Bateles, La Fontanilla, Fuente del Gallo, and the Calas de Roche.

Vejer de la frontera built on a hilltop close to the sea is a medieval town of narrow, steep streets and white-walled houses surrounded by a defensive wall.

On the coast nearby is El Palmar beach and El Cabo (Cape) de Trafalgar, where the famous battle took place.

Barbate with beaches as del Carmen, and de Yerbabuena, and above all the Caños de Meca.

Zahara de los Atunes is a picturesque spot with an amazing line of beaches

Tarifa , a historic city, with its numerous beaches: Los Lances, Bolonia, Punta Paloma, De la Plata, Valdevaqueros and Torre de la Peña.

Sorry I could not resist, as this area is one of the most beautiful in Spain

when you go to visit Spain,...

by 32manolo

when you go to visit Spain, you must known the South of Spain. Places as chiclana for his beach(picture)and others towns where you can eat his typicals meals.

Sunsets in Cádiz

by AnaRenilla

"Chiclana de La Frontera"

Cadiz is the worst known but in my opinion the most beautiful province of Andalucia. It is not just about its beaches (La Barrosa in Chiclana is over 5 kms long), but its people, seafood (chocos, cazon en adobo) and lovely beakfast (toasted bread with tomato and olive oil, under a piece of Serrano Ham).
Just go and you will see the nicest sunsets onto a sea that belongs both to The Mediterranean Sea and The Atlantic Ocean, as it is located just in the middle of them, a few kms from Africa,...

Andalucia

by alucas

"Under Construction"

I thought it was about time that I created an Andalucia page, as we have been there several times and have visited many towns over a wide area.

Our first trip to Andalucia was in September 2001. We flew to Jerez, and after one day exploring drove up to Seville, where we stayed for three nights. Our next stop was Cordoba, to visit the famous Mesquita, and after three days we travelled on to Granada. We visited the Alhambra amongst other places, and drove up the Sierra Nevada for some cool mountain air.

From Granada, we drove back via Marbella to visit Ronda for the day before driving to Cadiz to unwind. After two days by the Atlantic, we drove back to Jerez through the morning traffic to catch our flight home.


Our second visit to Andalucia was in September 2003. We stayed in Jerez for a week, and explored the town thoroughly. We also did a day trip to Seville by train, and another trip to Cadiz, also by train.

In September 2004, we decided to travel north. We started from Jerez, stayed in Cordoba for a couple of nights and then drove north out of Andalucia to Toledo. Our next stop was Merida, and we returned to Jerez for one night before flying home.

Our trip in May 2006 was entirely within Andalucia. Two nights in Jerez, our favourite town were followed by two nights in Marbella for the big VT Euromeet 2006. We then travelled to Ubeda, to explore the region around Jaen, before returning to Jerez for the big May fair, the Feria de Caballos. After all that traveling, we then spent three days on the Atlantic coast, the Costa de la Luz, to unwind before returning home.


Eventually this page will have a proper write-up, but in the meantime please have a look at my pages on

Arcos de la Frontera
Baeza
Baños de la Enchina
Barbate de Franco
Cadiz
Cazorla
Chiclana de la Frontera
Cordoba
Ecija
Jaen
Jerez
Marbella
Sabiote
Seville
Úbeda
Zahara de los Atunes

More will be added shortly.

including: -

Granada
Vejer de la Frontera

Photos

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Forum Posts

Riu Chiclana

by minetto

We are on the verge of booking a holiday in Riu Chiclana
Does anyone have any comments/suggestions?
Regards
Jackie

RE: Riu Chiclana

by t_maia

Riu - very very good chain, right up there with Hilton, Four Seasons, etc. Easily the best hotel chain in Europe and great value for money.

Riu Chiclana - one of the not-so-good hotels in the chain. It is a great hotel with very nice food, but the service and cleanness are not up to the standards other Riu hotels set. Still a 4 star hotel, but the service is only 3 stars.

travel from jerez airport to chiclana

by ktduomo

Please would anybody be able to give us information on travel by bus and/or train from jerez airport to chiclana. We dont really want to pay for a taxi as we have previously found andalucia transport very good. With many thanks.

RE: travel from jerez airport to chiclana

by hojasdehierba

I have lived in the area for some years and I don't really think there is another option than taxi... Sorry.

RE: travel from jerez airport to chiclana

by puerto_lover

The Cadiz Transport Authority are making progress with services around the Bay of Cadiz.
For example, there will be a new fast catamaran boat serving Cadiz with El Puerto de Santa Maria and Rota. I think this starts soon. So getting from Rota to Cadiz could be easier.

As far as buses from jerez airport is concerned, I have read that a new service has started that effectively links Jerez bus station with the airport. The same service also links El Puerto and Cadiz.
I think that it is a good idea to check this web site which has mmuch useful info about the transport links.

www.cmtbc.com

There is a PDF time table to view and print off for this Jerez airport link at:

http://www.cmtbc.com/07/adjuntos/HorariosAeropuerto.pdf

I assume that getting from Cadiz bus station to Chiclana is fairly easy. But maybe getting from Jerez bus station to Chiclana is easier.
One of the biggest bus companies in the Cadiz area is called "COMES" and they have a web site for bus times which is certainly worth looking at:

www.tgcomes.es/

It is certainly possible to move around by public transport. But you need to be patient.

Good luck !

RE: travel from jerez airport to chiclana

by floriana2

There was a bus from Jerez Airport which will take you to Chiclana but it takes about 3 hours as it goes to Jerez, Cadiz and San Fernando on the way. The journey to Chiclana from the airport should only take half an hour by car. If you are staying in Chiclana, I would recommend a hire car or you will miss so much of what the area has to offer.

RE: travel from jerez airport to chiclana

by Lis48

I'm afraid taxi/hire car is your only realistic option. But there are plenty of English people living in Chiclana who offer airport runs cheaper than a taxi so ask wherever you are holidaying for help.

Going from Sevilla to Algeciras

by Ruchei

Hi VT-ers!

I am thinking of going to Algeciras from Sevilla and am trying to figure out the best way. I checked the trains and it looks like I'd need to go to Cordoba and then catch another train to Algeciras. Does anybody know about a direct train or bus route to Algeciras?

Thank you!
A

RE: Going from Sevilla to Algeciras

by Redang

Try this, maybe it helps (but don't promise you anything...) http://www.rumbo.es/public/jsp/sb/rb00inimov.jsp?utm_medium=affiliates&utm_source=tradedoubler&xtor=ADC-5

RE: RE: RE: Going from Sevilla to Algeciras

by puerto_lover

Just looked at LINESUR.com and it seems they have improved the display of times on their site but please check those times !
http://www.linesur.com/linesur/HorariosAlgeciras.htm

RE: Going from Sevilla to Algeciras

by puerto_lover

There are regular buses by LINESUR. Unfortunately their website is not totally clear. Best if you go to the bus station in Seville called PRADO de SAN SEBASTIAN and enquire / get ticket. This bus station is within a few minutes walk from the centre. The bus scoots down the main road to Cádiz and stops at Jerez de la Frontera. before making the way down the A381 which is a good smooth road that leads down to near Los Barrios (not far from Gibraltar) then it turns around the bay to Algeciras.
Use www.viamichelin.com for nice maps of the route.

RE: RE: Going from Sevilla to Algeciras

by puerto_lover

Just looked at LINESUR.com and it seems they have improved the display of times on their site but please check those times !
http://www.linesur.com/linesur/HorariosAlgeciras.htm

RE: Going from Sevilla to Algeciras

by puerto_lover

By the way, there is another bus operator who can take you down to ALGECIRAS. They are called www.tgcomes.es TRANSPORTES GENERALES COMES - they are the largest bus operator based in Cádiz Province (Algecrias is in this province). They have buses that go via CHICLANA and proceed down the newly opened coastal road called A-48 that goes past Vejer and Tarifa to Algeciras.
This is an alternative means for you when travelling from Sevilla.
Please ask if you have any other question !

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Address: Urbanizacion Loma del Puerco, Novo Sancti Petri, 11130, Spain