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  • Quickest route to the toilets.
    Quickest route to the toilets.
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  • That entrance is to the side of this building.
    That entrance is to the side of this...
    by leics
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    calle real
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    Pretty pedestrianised streets

    by aaaarrgh Written Nov 26, 2005

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    Favorite thing: Almunecar was an extremely pleasant town to wander around on foot. But also very easy to get lost. Even with a basic map I found myself going around in circles. There is a maze of very small, steep lanes which run over the hill between the Castle and Calle Real. Some of them you could just about get a car up. But most you would have problems even with a moped.

    Generally there are several busy streets of small shops from near the Puerta del Mar Beach, along Alta del Mar and Calle Real to Plaza del Constitucion.

    Fondest memory: Almunecar's prettiest shopping street is Calle Real, which runs to the Plaza Constitucion. Calle Real is paved with small black and white pebbles. It looks very picturesque when the shops are lit up and open in the evening.

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    Tourist Accommodation

    by amapola66 Updated Jul 20, 2006

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    Favorite thing: It is quite hard to find good accommodation tips on Almunecar. Below is a link foryou to save time.

    Tourist Accommodation

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    Public toilets

    by leics Written Feb 8, 2014
    Quickest route to the toilets.
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    Favorite thing: There are clean, free public toilets on the seafront, accessed from Paseo del Altillo or Paseo Maritimo.

    Rather strangely, you have to go into the underground parking area to find them. Once you are inside you'll see signs to the toilets. There are several different entrances to the car park and more than one level, so it's a bit of a maze. But as long as you stay alert for moving cars (it's quite dim in the car park) and take a sensible walking route when you are in the car park area there should be no problem.

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    OTIVAR NATURAL PARQUE is on...

    by Maggies Written Sep 19, 2002

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    Favorite thing: OTIVAR NATURAL PARQUE is on the way from Granada to the Almuñecar. It takes 1 more hour to get to the seaside when taking this road, but it’s worth it.

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