Aparthotel Santa Maria

Avenida Ernesto Sarti, Urb. San Eugenio, Adeje, 38660, Spain
HOVIMA Santa Maria
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Refugio at Najera

by into-thin-air about Refugio

This was the second Monastery that I was lucky enough to stay at, The Monastery of Santa Maria, right in the Centre of the pretty little town of Najera, Lots of Space, Great Hot Showers and a Smashing Restaurant just around the corner serving wonderful food at reasonable prices.

Valencia Oranges, Gardens, and Views

by deecat about Hosteria Mont Sant in Xativa

The Mont Sant Hosteria is a small hotel in Xativa in the "Land of Valencia."

Supposedly, following the death of El Cid, Xativa was conquered by the Almoravids & Almohades; these same Arab governors beautifed Xativa by adding a castle above the town, and then King Jaime II built a Cistercian monastery, the Monastery of Santa Maria Magdalena de la Algema on the Holy Mount or MONTSANT of Xativa.

This is the location of The La Hosteria, on the road up to the Castle and is bordered by defensive walls.

The setting is extraordinary...remains of Arab walls, a Cistern, a canal, a lookout point, 15,000 square metres of gardens, and an ancient Bernardos Monastery! The town of Xativa is pronounced CATIVA.

Seven rooms are available, all on upper elevations to see views of the town and the Castle.
All rooms are fully equipped & immaculate. A swimming pool is in one of the gardens; there is a gymnasium with sauna and jacuzzi. They were building ten wood cabins in the upper garden area. [Which are, no doubt, completed by now.]

Our room had a private deck which looked out over the spectacular vistas.

There is also a wonderful restaurant and breakfast room (breakfast included). Location, Location, Location!

This hotel has it all. . .Arab castle above and red-roofed city below, mountains and Mediterranean beyond, gardens with orange trees and 700 newly planted palm trees.

The mountain streams are chanelled into a 250,000-litre cistern under the garden. We enjoyed the balconies, terraces, and quiet corners that the advertisement offered.

Santa Maria del Naranco; Oviedo.

by Maurizioago

This church was designed as a palace for king Ramiro I (842-52).

It lies about four km. from the centre of Oviedo. You have to follow Avenida de Los Monumentos to get there.

Dont miss this restaurant!

by vicyn about Caberna de Santa Maria

The atmosphere was great, and the food served was yummy. Perfect reataurant if you dined with a group of friends, or even the romantic corner with your love one. Everything was good.

The Church of Santa Maria in Caceres

by Paul2001

The Church of Santa Maria is considered to be the loveliest in Caceres' old town. It is host to a marvellous 16th century wooden retablo while the rest of the church in rather dark and gloomy. This actually gives it quite a bit of atmosphere especially with all the tombs of the conquistadors along the churches three aisles. Another noteworthy feature is the storks nest atop of the tower. These are common in the old town of Caceres. The church is considered the town cathedral. It was built in the 1500's in the late-Gothic manner.
The Church of Santa Maria is open at all kinds of weird hours, which is common with Spanish churches, so if you attempt to pay a visit and it is close just come back later and you might find it open. Generally it is suppose to be open from 10am to 2pm and from 4:30pm to 7pm but I find these house unreliable.

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Arco de Santa MariaArco de Santa Maria

" The Arch of Santa Maria "" The Arch of Santa Maria "

Santa Maria La MayorSanta Maria La Mayor

Santa Maria La MayorSanta Maria La Mayor

Forum Posts

Travelling from Jerez to Seville

by inspire

Hello guys,

I want to travel from Jerez to Seville on a Sunday in September, the cheapest way possible. Any suggestions?

Thanx

Re: Travelling from Jerez to Seville

by sjane

Take the bus to Puerto de Santa Maria or Cadiz and take a bus or train. There are lots.

Safforn field route in Spain

by hscinfo

I shall be starting from Barcelona on the 19th October by road enroute to Albacete(to arrive on 22nd). I have heard a lot about the saffron of Spain can anyone help me plan a route in which I could visit the saffron fields and stopover at suitable places which would help in getting as much information and photo oportunities with reference to saffron.

I believe it is flowering tome for saffron in October.

I shall tuly be grateful for any help in this regard

Re: Safforn field route in Spain

by hechippo

I used to have a small field of saffron near Madrid and i remember it flowered between the end of october and first days of november. Any way the area of La mancha :Albacete, Cuenca, Toledo and Ciudad Real are well known by the saffron. Cuenca and Toledo are fine cities; near Toledo, in Consuegra, there is a saffron fair on the last weekend of October

Re: Re: Safforn field route in Spain

by Carmela71

Sory I can not help much, thi si what I have found this web, maybe it helps

http://www.biztravel.com/TRAVEL/SIT/sit_pages/12367.html

http://www.euroadventures.net/ViewProduct.asp?ProductID=1031&AF=

Hope it helps

carmen

Re: Safforn field route in Spain

by rosamundi

The last week-end of october is when the saffron is flowering. You must go to Consuegra, is a village with a castle in a litlle mountain and you can see the best wiew and do the best photos of set of mills, camp of saffron and San Juan church, Santa Maria la Mayor and city council. In that date is the Celebration of the saffron. Is a flower that is born when is leaving the sun and dies at dusk.
Enjoy it !!!

Re: Re: Safforn field route in Spain

by hscinfo

Thanks a lot for the information.

I just wonder if there would be a language problem in these areas as I do not understand a word of Spanish

Re: Re: Safforn field route in Spain

by rosamundi

Is not a problem because in any village of Spain somebody speech english

Re: Re: Safforn field route in Spain

by hechippo

This tip is useful: allways ask to young people (30 to 18 y.o) . Older people either speak french or no foreign languages.

best pensiones or hostels to stay

by jenzies

Hi again. I will be travelling to Spain (Barcelona) from London in May. I will spend one night in Paris on route and was wondering if anyone can recommend a good place to stay that had no curfew and isn't to far from either Gare du Nord or Gard D'Austerlitz. Then again the same question regarding Barcelona.. this one I will be staying at for a few days so I am looking for somewhere that is fun but again no curfews (I'm 31). If anyone can help that would be awesome. Thanks!

Re: best pensiones or hostels to stay

by NASIR2

there is a only 1 place you should try,New Hotel Gare du nord,the address is 40 rue de saint quentin 75010 Paris Tel 0148780483,i stayed twice 1998 the world cup and this easter holiday with my family,basically is 20 Seconsds yes(Seconds)walk from Garde de nord station,single person expect to pay about 40 Euro.

good luck

Re: best pensiones or hostels to stay

by zumodemango

hi! i can help you with the hostels in Barcelona!
these prices were two years ago so check, but i guess is not much more expensive!
Hostal La Terrassa
Carrer Junta de Comerç,11
+34933025174
they have rooms with or without bathroom inside. It is clean and they are very nice. It has a very nice terraza.Close to las Ramblas. 31€(double with bathroom)

Hostal Jardí.
Plaça Sant Josep Oriol,1
+34933015900
In front of teh Basilica Santa Maria del Pi, ask for one of this bedrooms with views to the basilica. 42€

Hotel Peninsular
Carrer Sant Pau,34-36
+34933023138
In an old convent, it has a nice patio in green and cream, lot of light. 50 €(single)
http://www.eurocheapo.com/barcelona/listings/selection/peninsular.asp

good luck and have fun

Re: best pensiones or hostels to stay

by LeonorBT

http://www.apsishotels.com/aranea/index.html

This hotel has a good relation price/cuality and is beautiful.

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 Aparthotel Santa Maria

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Address: Avenida Ernesto Sarti, Urb. San Eugenio, Adeje, 38660, Spain