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Just 50 metres from the beach, the Hostal Las Brisas offers great value accommodation in Estepona. It has free internet access and all the rooms have a TV and private bathroom with shower.
Hostals and Hostels in Andalucia
Hostals and hostels are a fantastic way to travel Andalucia on a budget. Despite their affordable prices, this doesn't mean to say that you have to compromise on quality, with many well known for their individual character and centralised location. Most hostals tend to offer free wifi, and hostels are more well known for providing computers so that you can stay in touch and remain connected whilst on your travels.
A HOSTAL (also known as a guest house) provides basic accommodation at a reasonable price and a smaller (than hotel) private room. Hostals are common in Spain and display a 'H' with a small 's' sign at the door with one or two stars. They are exempt from providing many of the facilities that a hotel must provide. Many in larger towns occupying a floor of a building or in villages and smaller towns are often located in traditional buildings. They are often family run. There must be en-suite toilets (but not bathrooms) in all rooms. A 2-star hostal must also have public toilets and must have an elevator.
A PENSION display a 'P' sign at the door with no star classification. These offer accommodation without need to offer any complimentary service such as refreshments. Pensiones have lesser requirements than a Hostal. There is no elevator requirement. The toilets and bathrooms may be outside the bedroom but there must be one bathroom for every five bedrooms. They must still provide a cleaning service and heating but not air conditioning.
Hostals in Andalucia
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A HOSTEL in Spain is similar to what you would find in a 'hostal' in most parts of the world - the opportunity to stay in shared dorms at a budget price. These are often social hubs among travelers and backpackers, with common rooms and, at times, cheap bars making them excellent places to meet new people or find another travel companion. Many hostels also have private or family rooms available.
Hostels in Andalucia
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Hostals and Hostels in popular towns
Zahara's Costa de la Luz clear waters and long sandy beaches make this coastal destination a perfect stop for those interested in watersports like diving, kite and wind surfing. Tarifa is just a… More →
Mijas can be split into two main areas; Mijas Costa and Mijas Pueblo. Mijas Costa is popular among tourists and has a large English population, it is here that you will find the town's beaches and… More →
Just 25km from Malaga Airport on the popular Costa del Sol, this Mediterranean coastal town offers winter sun or a lively summer experience. Popular among tourists due to its' accessibility and… More →
Home of the popular El Caminito del Rey walk, just south of the stunning Ardeles with its lakes and reservoirs and set in breathtakingly beautiful Andalucian countryside, El Chorro is an excellent… More →
Benalmadena is a coastal resort on the popular Costa del Sol with great accessibility from Malaga Airport (19km) and a short drive from popular destinations like Marbella, Torremolinos and… More →
Set in beautiful Andalucian countryside, this historic town is rich in fertile land making it Andalucia's top producers of a number of foods like asparagus, cereals and olives. A stay here offers… More →
Cordoba city makes up part of Andalucia's Golden Triangle due to its' world heritage status and stunning Moorish architecture, beautifully demonstrated through the spectacular Islamic Mezquita (… More →
With its' Moorish influences still prominent across the city, highly reasonable cost of living, an abundance of great tapas bars and seemingly no end to fun and excitement, Granada really is the… More →
Salobreña, place to stay if you are looking for a weekend break or a longer trip away. There is a range of Hostels available. Most of the hostals and hostels are located in the old town.
If you're looking for basic, central accommodation in Torremolinos, there is an increasing number of welcoming hostals in the town, especially in Calle del Peligro, which is just a short stroll… More →
Almuñecar is one of the most popular destinations on the sublime Costa Tropical and for good reason. You can find many hotels and apartments right on the beach, or alternatively you can venture… More →
Carboneras is an advantageous position due to its close proximity to both the beach and the Nature Park of Cabo de Gata-Níjar. There are a number of hostals (Spanish guesthouses, often family-run… More →
The hostals in Spain are more like guest houses, not hostels. They are perfect for anyone looking for a comfortable place to stay at a cheap price, including travellers or holidaymakers alike.… More →
San Pedro offers a variety of hostals (Spanish Guesthouses) both in the centre of town and on the outskirts and all come at a reasonable price. These are perfect for those who do not want to spend… More →
Hostals and hostels are a fantastic way to travel Andalucia on a budget. Despite their affordable prices, this doesn't mean to say that you have to compromise on quality, with many well known for… More →
Hostals and hostels are a fantastic way to travel Costa del Sol on a budget. Despite their affordable prices youu done tneed to compromise on quality, with many well known for their individual… More →
Huelva is not a large provincial capital however it is certainly well known and for good reason. It is from here that Christopher Columbus set sail for America in 1492 and there are number of… More →
Most hostals and hostels are located in the centre of this pueblo blanco (white village/town) town whereas apartments occupy the paseos lining the beaches. This doesn't mean to say that staying in… More →
This super cool, laid back coastal resort boasts fascinating Moorish ruins, crystal clear waters, ample sporting opportunities and spectacular views across to Africa. Strong winds, coupled with… More →
With quick and easy access from Malaga Airport, situated just outside the city, and a busy commercial port, it's no wonder that Malaga is a popular destinations for tourists and travelers alike.… More →
Despite Marbella's glamourous reputation with high class hotels and luxury experiences, there's still a vast selection of accommodation on offer at affordable prices. In the old town of Marbella… More →
Estepona is a rare coastal destination - one of the few towns on the Costa del Sol to have retained its character and traditional feel, despite the influx of tourism in this part of Andalucia.… More →
Nerja is one of the last destinations on the Costa del Sol before the Costa Tropical and is situated east of Malaga City. It is one of the few destinations that has not experienced a large influx… More →
You don't need to have a huge budget to find a charming, comfortable hostal to stay in Ronda. The town has a number of well-priced, friendly hotels with modern facilities such as free WIFI, often… More →
Almeria city offers great opportunities for those wanting to explore Andalucian coastline or venture into the Sierra Nevada national park mountain range just over an hours' drive away. Being a… More →
Seville is a marvel. It’s a city of various diverse (and wildly beautiful) neighbourhoods: the narrow alleyways of the Barrio de Santa Cruz are lined with glorious old palaces and stunning plazas… More →
Here are some budget hotels in Malaga city centre and in the outer lying districts of Malaga city.
Hostals and Pensions and Hostels in Malaga city. What it the difference? All explained and a selection to book.
Punta Umbria is the nearest beach town to Huelva city set among three protected areas, with the most important being Las Marismas de Odiel Natural Area which is considered the second most… More →
Situated within the charming Axarquia region in Malaga province, Cómpeta is one of the better known villages in the area. Until recently, the village was little known, nowadays however, foreigners… More →
This rural town on the coastline is a beautiful mix of agricultural rolling Andalucian hills and pristine Costa de la Luz beaches boasting views across the Med and, on a clear day, to Africa.
This classic, spectacular Andalucian pueblo blanco (white village) is set among breathtaking countryside and a testament to the rich cultural history of Andalucia, as seen in the archaeological… More →
With its' hourly local train service from Alora to centre of Malaga, access isn't difficult, despite its' rural location. Alora is just 12km south of El Chorro, home to the exciting and beautiful… More →
Mojacar is comprised of two distinct areas: Mojacar Pueblo (town) and Mojacar Playa (beach), roughly 2 km apart. The beach resort of Mojácar has an abundance of hotels, resorts and self-catering… More →