We visited in October and stayed in Hostal La Hormiga Voladora for the one night. This was our second visit and it did not disappoint. We brought friends who also loved it. The access to the Hostal is not prepossessing; while you can see the gates from the road to get to it you pass over a short unpaved section. Within the complex, which is formed by a number of attached buildings, being separate rooms each having its own small terrace or some rooms sharing a court yard with one or two others, it seems like a small village or hamlet . The terraces can be used for eating or socialising. No food is provided or supplied by the Hostal but there are a few nice places to eat in the immediate vicinity and shops selling food. One of our friends described it as what she imagined Spain was like before it became over commercial. There is the most beautiful beach. The Roman ruins of a small town are being excavated and there is a super interpretative center - not to be missed.
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- Hostal La Hormiga Voladora Hotel