Best Places for Backpackers in Antequera, Spain.

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The best backpackers destinations & accommodation in Antequera, Spain.

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Top 3 hostels in Antequera, Spain.

These are the 3 most awesome hostels and budget places to stay in Antequera, Spain.

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Hotel La Magdalena by Checkin

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Hotel La Magdalena by Checkin

The Hotel Convento La Magdalena 5-star Rural Hotel located in the country side of the city of Antequera, province of Mlaga. Surrounded by olive groves, water mills and the Natural Park of El Torcal. Being in the heart of Andalusia, where all the main highways most of the main cities in the regio...
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Hotel Castilla

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Hotel Castilla

In the heart of Andalucia is Antequera which is not only an historical location, but it is also a business town which is growing in demand every year, within this town is a Restaurant / Hotel which lives up to the Quality of the area. There are 18 rooms which are all decorated in old spanish tr...
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3
H. Residencia Colon

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H. Residencia Colon

Located in the city center of Antequera, closed to the taxi stop. You can enjoy the Spanish sun 250 days a year. Good connections with the rest of Andalucia. There are rooms with bathroom, air conditioned, cable tv (30 channels), heating, Wi Fi zone, air-dryer, make up mirror and there are othe...
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Things to see and do while backpacking in Antequera, Spain.

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2. El Torcal de Antequera

The Chillar River, located close to the coastal town of Nerja, represents the perfect opportunity for some refreshment in summer while combining it with hiking at the same time. Remember: you’ll need waterproof shoes and a swimming suit before you start walking up the river. It can be tiring at times, but it’s many waterfalls and natural pools make it the perfect family day trip. 2. El Torcal de Antequera Part of the UNESCO World Heritage List, El Torcal is a natural area of curious limestone rock formations. With its three walking routes (one of which can take you to see the African coastline), it’s guaranteed to be a blast for anyone. Stay clear of the park on extremely hot days though – there aren’t many places to take refuge from the sun. If you have the time, pay a visit to the close by town of Antequera (maybe for a few tapas).

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