A place to relax .... it's what you make it.
Posted Oct 8, 2014
The two weeks flew past, it was Absolutely Wonderful.
My first solo holiday in many years - Fabulous
So many of the guests were returnees, who were welcomed back like family, it's great. The Elimar, Rincon de la Victoria in late September is a place to relax. Ideally situated on the beach for the sun worshipper, alternatively for those who want a little more stimulation Malaga is a short bus ride away, the bus stop is just outside.
The people who manage the day to day running of the Elimar possess excellent customer focussed skills. The facilities are basic but well looked after gym, bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi and newspapers; a little something for everyone.
Accessibility is not a problem, I bought a bus pass, kept it topped up, so visited Málaga on several occasions to see all of the sights Alcazaba, Castillo de Gibralfaro, Museo Carmen Thyssen.
An astonishing day trip (by train) visited the Mezquitain in Cordoba, Roman Bridge, Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos,
I shall be returning to Ronda located about 62 miles west of the city of Málaga. It's beautiful, the day trip was just not long enough to take it all in and to do it justice. The Casgo Antiguo an old Moorish city perched on the side of the EL TAJO GORGE incredible, amazing medieval Islamic engineering.