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La Herradura / Re: Water sports
« Last post by Steven Wellington on May 13, 2011, 01:49:38 PM »
There is a place on the beach called windsurf La Herradura.

They have lots of stuff such as kayaks, windsurfers, catamarans, small yachts  etc.

For 5 Euros per hour you can rent a kayak and take it for a spin round the bay.

When I was there a group of girls were having windsurfing lessons  on a pivot thing on the beach then later we saw them in the sea having their first attempts at windsurfing.

There is a price list in front of the hut and the boss appears to be a Norwegian man who speaks English.

It looks like a good place to take your son.



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La Herradura / Water sports
« Last post by giles on May 13, 2011, 01:40:39 PM »
We have rented a place in la Herradura in June.

I am trying to find out about activities and things to do on the beach mainly for my son.

Does anyone know the best places?






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Videos of Granada / My favorite videos of Granada
« Last post by Jota on April 12, 2011, 07:18:27 AM »
A selection of my favorite videos from Granada including fiestas, sports and youth culture. http://bit.ly/ePUe7j
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Almuñecar / Re: Good walks around Almuñecar
« Last post by granadagirl on April 04, 2011, 06:33:18 AM »
There is a walking group which does walks normally fairly near to Almuñecar usually on Sundays
all year except for when it is too hot between June and mid September.

The walks are normally about 10km.

Most of the group are English speakers.
If you don't have a car someone will normally be able to take you.
It's very friendly.

To get information about the walks look at this page

http://granadawiki.com

 

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What to do in Granada / Re: Watching the FA cup final in Granada
« Last post by Steven Wellington on March 28, 2011, 09:28:45 AM »
The place to watch sport such as English football, Wimbledon or the big Rugby matches in Granada is normally at Irish bars.

For example.

Paddy's Pub.
Info Here.
http://granadamap.com/pad/

Just across the road from Paddy's pub is another Irish bar called Hannigans

There are 2 pubs called Hannigan and here are the details.


HANNIGAN & SONS I — phone: +34 958 22 48 26
Cetti Meriem 1
(between Plaza Nueva & Gran Vía)

HANNIGAN & SONS 2 — phone: +34 958 22 00 99
Plaza Fortuny 8
(Calle Pavaneras, Realejo)
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What to do in Granada / Watching the FA cup final in Granada
« Last post by Gary Pendry on March 28, 2011, 09:21:09 AM »
I am going to be in Granada on 14th  May 2011 and I was wondering it is is possible to watch the FA cup final at a bar in Granada on sky or something.
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Accommodation / Re: Hotels with different amounts of Stars
« Last post by granadaexpert on March 26, 2011, 02:28:08 PM »
The star system is only a rough indication of the quality of a hotel.

I have heard that to get a 5 star rating the hotel must have a lift but there are some excellent hotels which have only one floor
with no lift and can never get above 3 stars.

Here are some links which will show places to stay in Granada according to how many stars they have.

Five star hotels in Granada
Four star hotels in Granada
Three star hotels in Granada
Two star hotels in Granada
Hostals in Granada
Apartments in Granada

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Accommodation / Hotels with different amounts of Stars
« Last post by Ashley on March 26, 2011, 02:20:44 PM »
I have stayed in a few hotels in Madrid, Barcelona and a few other places.
In my own personal opinion the amount of stars a hotel has does not seem to reflect how good it is.
I have heard that they are even going to open a seven star hotel in Almuñecar.

Any comments.


 
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Accommodation / Swapping Homes for Holidays
« Last post by Brian L on March 22, 2011, 03:20:43 PM »
Hello

We have just returned from a great few days in Granada, and thanks to this forum/website for some v useful info, and I was wondering if anyone would consider swapping their home for a holiday elsewhere. This is not necessarily just for us, as I have a Home Exchange website for the 50plus traveller and I am sure many of our members would like to visit the city, especially when I tell them how good it is.

If anyone is interested or knows others who may be, please let me know.

Regards

Brian L
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Accommodation / Re: Accomodation in Granada with children
« Last post by Steven Wellington on March 21, 2011, 03:19:27 AM »
There is an apartment on Granadainfo.com

It is about 4 KM outside of Granada in a villagae called Huetor Vega.
It has free parking.
There is a large enclosed garden for the use of the guests where  children can play.
There are also swings and slides in the garden.

There are tables and chairs where you can sit outside in the evening and the children will  be able to play safely.

In less than 5 minutes walk there is an open air public swimming pool (with a little restaurant) where you can take the children if you wish.

To go into the centre of Granada you can either drive or take one of the buses which goes past the house every few minutes.

It is also very easy to drive to the Alhambra car park when youi visit the Alhambra.

For many people with children it would be ideal.

More info here

http://granadainfo.com/anacasa/
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