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La Peña de los Enamorados

08Mar

Como el amor es el gran protagonista esta semana al celebrarse este viernes el Día de San Valentín, aquí en el blog del Hotel Ángela también queríamos hablar de él.La Peña de los Enamorados - Hotel Ángela Fuengirola

Muchos somos de la opinión de que la Costa del Sol es mágica y tiene un encanto especial. Hay rincones bellísimos en esta zona de Andalucía así como magníficos lugares perfectos para visitar en pareja o incluso sitios con leyenda.   

Un buen ejemplo de esto es la Peña de los Enamorados situada en Antequera, un pueblo de la provincia de Málaga a unos 80 kilómetros de Fuengirola aproximadamente.

Existe una leyenda romántica en torno a este peñón de piedra caliza que cuenta como un par de enamorados (él cristiano y ella princesa mora) huyendo de los soldados enviados por el padre de ella decidieron subir a lo alto de esta peña para que no los separasen. Al ser acorralados saltaron al vacío y de esta forma se aseguraron de que estarían juntos eternamente.

Esta leyenda es un “Romeo y Julieta” a la española que ha dotado a esta zona de Málaga de cierto romanticismo, magia y melancolía. ¿Conocías esta peña y esta leyenda? ¿Existen leyendas en vuestros pueblos o ciudades?

Para muchos de vosotros que visitáis el Hotel Ángela con asiduidad la Costa del Sol puede que sea un destino romántico ya que posiblemente aquí habéis conocido a vuestra pareja, o habéis venido de vacaciones juntos, o aquí hayan tenido lugar acontecimientos importantes en vuestras vidas y por eso para vosotros es un lugar muy  entrañable. Nos encantaría saber de esas historias románticas y esos recuerdos especiales tan importantes para vosotros que hayan tenido lugar en el Ángela o en la Costa del Sol, así que si os apetece compartirlos con nosotros os invitamos a que lo hagáis bien escribiendo un comentario en esta entrada o a través de nuestra página de Facebook.

¡Feliz San Valentín!

Beatriz Muñoz
Atención al cliente

Valentine’s Day is on Friday so this week and this blog entry are all about love.The Rock of Lovers - Hotel Ángela Fuengirola

Many of us consider Costa del Sol a place full of charm and passion. Here you can find many beautiful corners, perfect spots to have a romantic moment with your other half and even places with a legend.

A good example of this is the Rock of Lovers in Antequera, a town in the Malaga region about 49 miles away from Fuengirola.

There is a romantic legend about this massive limestone rock and because of this it is known as “The Rock of Lovers”. The legend is about a pair of lovers (he a Christian, she a Moorish princess) who tried to run away from the soldiers sent by her father by climbing the rock. When they realized they had no escape they decided to jump to make sure they would be together for eternity.

Thanks to this legend, which is kind of like a Spanish “Romeo & Juliet”, this region has a certain romantic and melancholic atmosphere. Had you ever heard about this rock and its legend? Are there legends related to your town or city?

Many of you are very loyal guests and visit Hotel Angela and Costa del Sol very frequently. You might even consider it a romantic destination as you may have met someone special or your partner in here, maybe you have had many holidays here with your other half, or important events in your life may have happened here, so this might be a very special place for you.  We would love to hear any romantic story or any special memory linked to Hotel Angela or to Costa del Sol, so if you fancy sharing them with us please do it by writing a comment here on the blog of Hotel Angela o by posting it on our Facebook Page.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Beatriz Muñoz
Guest Relations

Valentine’s Day is on Friday so this week and this blog entry are all about love.The Rock of Lovers - Hotel Ángela Fuengirola

Many of us consider Costa del Sol a place full of charm and passion. Here you can find many beautiful corners, perfect spots to have a romantic moment with your other half and even places with a legend.

A good example of this is the Rock of Lovers in Antequera, a town in the Malaga region about 49 miles away from Fuengirola.

There is a romantic legend about this massive limestone rock and because of this it is known as “The Rock of Lovers”. The legend is about a pair of lovers (he a Christian, she a Moorish princess) who tried to run away from the soldiers sent by her father by climbing the rock. When they realized they had no escape they decided to jump to make sure they would be together for eternity.

Thanks to this legend, which is kind of like a Spanish “Romeo & Juliet”, this region has a certain romantic and melancholic atmosphere. Had you ever heard about this rock and its legend? Are there legends related to your town or city?

Many of you are very loyal guests and visit Hotel Angela and Costa del Sol very frequently. You might even consider it a romantic destination as you may have met someone special or your partner in here, maybe you have had many holidays here with your other half, or important events in your life may have happened here, so this might be a very special place for you.  We would love to hear any romantic story or any special memory linked to Hotel Angela or to Costa del Sol, so if you fancy sharing them with us please do it by writing a comment here on the blog of Hotel Angela o by posting it on our Facebook Page.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Beatriz Muñoz
Guest Relations

 

Valentine’s Day is on Friday so this week and this blog entry are all about love.The Rock of Lovers - Hotel Ángela Fuengirola

Many of us consider Costa del Sol a place full of charm and passion. Here you can find many beautiful corners, perfect spots to have a romantic moment with your other half and even places with a legend.

A good example of this is the Rock of Lovers in Antequera, a town in the Malaga region about 49 miles away from Fuengirola.

There is a romantic legend about this massive limestone rock and because of this it is known as “The Rock of Lovers”. The legend is about a pair of lovers (he a Christian, she a Moorish princess) who tried to run away from the soldiers sent by her father by climbing the rock. When they realized they had no escape they decided to jump to make sure they would be together for eternity.

Thanks to this legend, which is kind of like a Spanish “Romeo & Juliet”, this region has a certain romantic and melancholic atmosphere. Had you ever heard about this rock and its legend? Are there legends related to your town or city?

Many of you are very loyal guests and visit Hotel Angela and Costa del Sol very frequently. You might even consider it a romantic destination as you may have met someone special or your partner in here, maybe you have had many holidays here with your other half, or important events in your life may have happened here, so this might be a very special place for you.  We would love to hear any romantic story or any special memory linked to Hotel Angela or to Costa del Sol, so if you fancy sharing them with us please do it by writing a comment here on the blog of Hotel Angela o by posting it on our Facebook Page.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Beatriz Muñoz
Guest Relations

 

Exposición de Miró en Museo Pompidou Málaga

01Mar

En nuestro post anterior os recomendamos visitar Málaga para disfrutar de su fantástica oferta gastronómica. Hoy os volvemos a recomendar ir a la bonita de la capital de la Costa del Sol por un motivo bien diferente, ya que a mediados del mes pasado se inauguró en el Museo Pompidou una excelente exposición temporal compuesta por obras de Miró.Exposición de Miró en el Museo Pompidou Málaga - Hotel Ángela Fuengirola

El Museo Pompidou  Málaga es uno de los museos más populares de la ciudad al tratarse de  la primera delegación del Centro de Arte y Cultura Georges Pompidou fuera de Francia y es que pesar haber abierto sus puertas hace poco más de 2 meses el Pompidou ya se ha convertido en todo un referente cultural en España.

Este increíble nuevo museo se encuentra ubicado  en el precioso Puerto de Málaga, por lo que es fácilmente accesible a pie tanto desde el centro de la ciudad como desde la estación de tren de Málaga centro.

Esta fantástica exhibición temporal que hoy os recomendamos está compuesta por 46 obras que el artista catalán Joan Miró realizó en papel entre 1960 y 1978.

Lo mejor es que esta impresionante muestra sobre Miró estará allí expuesta hasta finales de Septiembre, por lo que si te encanta el arte y este verano tienes pensado venir de vacaciones al Hotel Ángela, te recomendamos que no te la pierdas.

Disfruta del PompidouC’est formidable!

Beatriz Muñoz
Atención al cliente

On our previous post we recommended you to visit Malaga to make the most of its fantastic and wide gastronomic offer. Today we would like to recommend you to visit it once again though for a very different purpose as last month an excellent temporary exhibition of works by Miró was inaugurated in the Pompidou Malaga Museum.Miró Exhibition at Pompidou Malaga Museum - Hotel Ángela Fuengirola

The Pompidou is one of our most popular museums in Malaga as it is the first and only branch of the Pompidou Museum outside France, so although it opened about 2 months ago this museum is already a cultural reference in Spain.

This amazing new museum is located in the beautiful Port of Malaga, so if it easily accessible walking from the city centre or from the Malaga centro train station.

The great temporary exhibition we mentioned above contains 46 works on paper created between 1960 and 1978 by the famous Catalan artist Joan Miró.

The greatest thing about this amazing display of works by Miró is that it will be available till late September, so if you love art and you are planning to visit us this summer, we certainly recommend you not to miss it.

Enjoy the Pompidou… C’est formidable!

Beatriz Muñoz
Guest Relations

On our previous post we recommended you to visit Malaga to make the most of its fantastic and wide gastronomic offer. Today we would like to recommend you to visit it once again though for a very different purpose as last month an excellent temporary exhibition of works by Miró was inaugurated in the Pompidou Malaga Museum.Miró Exhibition at Pompidou Malaga Museum - Hotel Ángela Fuengirola

The Pompidou is one of our most popular museums in Malaga as it is the first and only branch of the Pompidou Museum outside France, so although it opened about 2 months ago this museum is already a cultural reference in Spain.

This amazing new museum is located in the beautiful Port of Malaga, so if it easily accessible walking from the city centre or from the Malaga centro train station.

The great temporary exhibition we mentioned above contains 46 works on paper created between 1960 and 1978 by the famous Catalan artist Joan Miró.

The greatest thing about this amazing display of works by Miró is that it will be available till late September, so if you love art and you are planning to visit us this summer, we certainly recommend you not to miss it.

Enjoy the Pompidou… C’est formidable!

Beatriz Muñoz
Guest Relations

 

On our previous post we recommended you to visit Malaga to make the most of its fantastic and wide gastronomic offer. Today we would like to recommend you to visit it once again though for a very different purpose as last month an excellent temporary exhibition of works by Miró was inaugurated in the Pompidou Malaga Museum.Miró Exhibition at Pompidou Malaga Museum - Hotel Ángela Fuengirola

The Pompidou is one of our most popular museums in Malaga as it is the first and only branch of the Pompidou Museum outside France, so although it opened about 2 months ago this museum is already a cultural reference in Spain.

This amazing new museum is located in the beautiful Port of Malaga, so if it easily accessible walking from the city centre or from the Malaga centro train station.

The great temporary exhibition we mentioned above contains 46 works on paper created between 1960 and 1978 by the famous Catalan artist Joan Miró.

The greatest thing about this amazing display of works by Miró is that it will be available till late September, so if you love art and you are planning to visit us this summer, we certainly recommend you not to miss it.

Enjoy the Pompidou… C’est formidable!

Beatriz Muñoz
Guest Relations