Remember that you have to be at the Caminito del Rey start point 30 minutes before your allotted time and from either end it takes around 30 minutes to get to the start point. Allow plenty of time to park your car and get to the start checkpoint to show your entry permit.
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A cosy and deluxe boutique hotel in Marbella’s Casco Historico, in a narrow street with flower pot filled windows and white painted walls, the Hotel Central Marbella is perfect for visitors who want to explore the history and magic of this beautiful city, and who prefer standards of decor and service far exceeding those of the average small hotel.
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Single, double and triple rooms are supplied, as well as a luxury penthouse suite with two bedrooms and furnished terrace. All of the rooms at Hotel Central are intended to be comfortable and functional, with modern furniture, plasma televisions, telephone, air conditioning, free Internet, hair dryer, and bathrooms with tubs. Continue reading Hotel Central, Marbella **
18 Hole, Par 72, and 6,016 Metres for professionals or 5,833 Metres for amateurs, Rincon de la Victoria, Costa del Sol
Located 12 kms East of Malaga Anoreta was designed by Jose Maria Canizares and is a course enjoyed by all standards of players. Lots of water, spectacular views of the sea and the surrounding mountains make this course a delight.
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A course which suits all players, demanding from the first tee but with easy-to-play fairways, fast and rolling greens, some well protected by bunkers; water obstacles on the course. All in all, a varied and pleasant round.
Many of the holes offer wonderful vistas, in particular hole 7 overlooking the coast. Facilities on hand include a pro shop, clubhouse, and padel courts.
Avda. del Golf S/N, Rincón de la Victoria, 29730 Málaga, España
Tel: +34 952 40 40 00
One of our best-kept secrets here in southern Spain is the intense cold of our winters, especially in the mountains. For centuries before the advent of central heating, field labourers had to stock up on nourishing, warming food in order to get through a day’s work in the bitter cold. This leads us onto another of our best-kept secrets – the wonderful range of stews, roasts and hotpots which have evolved as our Andalucian form of internal anti-freeze. Continue reading Estofado andaluz (Andalucian Hotpot)