Aparthotel Oasis Tropical

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

Maestro Leonardo S/N
Hotel Globales Costa Tropical
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Very Good
38%
283
Average
27%
200
Poor
10%
80
Terrible
8%
65

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  • Families60
  • Couples55
  • Solo72
  • Business66

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Salobreña

by windcity

"Costa Tropical"

Our week spent in Salobreña was relaxing, we stayed at the top of the hill and had a superb view of the ocean and sugar beet fields below. At the end of the busy summer season everyone was winding down, without the crowds it was easy to get served in restaurants and bars, and parking the car was not difficult. We took day trips to Granada, Nerja, Motril and Almunecar, where car parking was in short supply. The caves at Nerja were a real treat.

"The caves at Nerja"

Costs 7.5 Euros entrance, 1 Euro for car parking & is closed from 2-4 pm.
It was well worth the visit, although we thought that the lighting could have been improved.

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Marbella to Gibraltar

by bean4bean4

How long to go to Gibraltar from Marbella? Is it worth it? Where else to go - starting from Marbella - we have a car. We're looking for something special (view, beach, etc...)

Re: Marbella to Gibraltar

by Pomerol

If you're into golf why not go see the famous Valderrama Golf course, otherwise known as the Augusta of Europe. It is very close to Marbella and when I was there a few years ago, we simply went in (dressed appropriately i.e no jeans, tank tops etc) and had lunch on the terrace. This course was the site of a few World Cup tournaments and the infamous 17h hole is where Tiger Woods' ball kept spinning back in the pond.

The course is absolutely magnificent.

Re: Marbella to Gibraltar

by Belsaita

Gibraltar worth it or not... well, I guess it depends. I did on the way from Jerez to Motril, as part of a Christmas holiday with my mother. She rated Gibraltar as one of the highlights of the trip, as she has never been to the UK, and she had great fun with the red phone booths and the "bobbies". I found it quite interesting, but definitely it will not be my #1 in the "must sees" of the area

My own must sees will be (in no particular order):
- Malaga (old town, Muslim fortress, cathedral, Picasso Museum...)
- Antequera
- Ronda
- Pueblos Blancos (the "white villages" in the Sierra de Ronda)
- Jerez de la Frontera
- Cadiz

Re: Marbella to Gibraltar

by blint

I recommend getting off the Costa del Sol and going to the Cadiz province (Gibralter is also there).

For Special beaches try Bolonia, Los Caños de Meca and Conil. For Special towns
try Vejer de la Frontera and Arcos de la Frontera.

Ronda in the Malaga province is also nice but I would miss out Malaga city and I don't think Jerez is that special unless you fancy going to a bodega to try some Sherry (sherry is from jerez) or if you like Horses and catching a horse show.


Cadiz if far less touristy than Marbella and the Costa del Sol. The beaches are also better because they are golden compared to the grey Costa del Sol Sand or the stones you will find on the Costa Tropical if you go the other way.

I think you should however, try and go to Granada if you have time. It is very special indeed, but no beach.


You can take a look at my Jerez, Malaga, Granada and Cadiz pages if you want more info.

Or even take a look at my Andalucia page to get a overview of things to do and see there.

winter sun swimming mountains

by Mariaveronica

Hiya has anyone got any ideas for winter sun good scenery, mountains for a few weeks, dont know weather to stay in europe or far away morrocco , any suggestions, on a budget cheers

Re: winter sun swimming mountains

by sniem

I would suggest southern Spain and there the province of Granada. When I was there we managed to go skiing and swimming within two days in February. Saturday skiing in the Sierra Nevada in "Sol y Nieve"and Sunday swimming at the coast which is an hours drive from Granada. The water was a bit chilly but it was surely warm enough for sunbathing at the beach.

Silke

Re: Re: winter sun swimming mountains

by sniem

And there are so many great places to see: Granada, Cordoba, Seville, Ronda, the white towns in the Alpujarras!

Re: Re: winter sun swimming mountains

by Mariaveronica

thanks i was thinking of southern spain aswell sems tohave everything and not to many brits at this time of year, cheers

Re: Re: winter sun swimming mountains

by nicolajm

Yep, Spain would be a good bet. We did the same thing last February (about a year ago today). We went to the Costa Tropical. You can fly into Malaga and then keep driving along the coast towards France for about 1 1/2 hours (or there are busses too which are regular but take longer). I got a cheap flight over to Malaga from Manchester for about 100 pounds return by getting a seat on a charter flight that was spare and then rented out someones holiday home for a fortnight - much cheaper than hotels and you get a better feel for the local area away from hoards of tourists. The first few days were quite cool and cloudy but after that it was really sunny. We even managed to swim in the sea a few times! It was lovely and sunny though and we got great tans. Hire a car if you can becuase the roads are a dream at that time of year and you can get around very easily. We went up into the mountains and there was plenty of snow on the ground. All of the sights/scenery sneim suggests are gorgeous!

Re: Re: winter sun swimming mountains

by sniem

In case you want to visit the Alhambra which I would really recommend, you should reserve your tickets in advance, they only let in a certain amount of people a day and will give you the time and date to come. Last year in March it happened to a friend of mine that she wanted to go and they told her that it was booked out for the next ten days. Here is the number:
+34 913465936

Silke

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 Aparthotel Oasis Tropical

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