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If you are starting at the Coast Motorway A7 otherwise known as the E15, exit at Junction 272. Travel North along the A356. The fuel stations are infrequent...More
Before my boyfriend took me up to Comares for my first visit there, a friend warned us, "Beautiful, but beware of the señoras!" They will try to entice you in to sell you their wine and wares. We stepped around the tiled footsteps up, up,...More
If you're near Comares, it's a good idea to come here and enjoy the beautiful views. Also you should take a walk in the city to feel the spirit of Comares. The Castello de Comares is realy beautiful place as well as the vantage point....More
Take a stroll following the glazed footprint tiles in the streets to find the Castillo, at the back of the crematory is the most panoramic views where you can also see the sierra's, a friendly well stocked pharmacy and supermarket shop, a tobacconists with small...More
What a lush and green area, very worthwhile. Don't miss out on Comares, a very pretty village that must be seen. We listened to other visitors and had a lunch break just before Comares at Table Mountain and were glad we did. Don't do this...More
Didn't do the whole route but travelled from Los Romanes to Comares itself. Lovely scenery, even in winter. The village was exceptionally quiet as it was February and lunchtime. Therefore there was ample parking just before you enter the gate. We then followed the "footsteps"...More