Photography by Barcelo La Bobadilla

Like the white-washed villages of Andalusia, which gleam amid the olive groves and oak forests of southern Spain, Barcelo La Bobadilla is a collection of snow white, Moorish-style, villa-like rooms that evoke an ancient palatial enclave.

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  1. DBCoop says:

    After a visit to coastal Malaga's historic city center and the 11th century Castillo de Gibralfaro, a good follow-up would be an unforgettable tour of Granada's 1,000 year old Moorish Alhambra palace.

    Then it's time to be suitably impressed and pampered at Barcelo La Bobadilla, a charming and unique premium property which is a proud member of the Leading Hotels of the World group.

    After a day of leisure at the Wellness Center and Spa, finish a perfect evening with dinner at your choice of several fine restaurants. Creative cuisine is deliciously served up in La Finca, the El Cortijo's regional dishes will exceed your expectations and a perfect summertime option is the mouth-watering menu based on fresh seasonal produce at the Mirador Restaurant.

    I'm hungry already. Is it time for a glass of Spanish wine and tapas yet?

  2. Lovely … awesome .. it's time to acquire the "Alhambra tickets" and visit this wonderful site.

  3. says:

    one of the beautiful view of Barcelo La Bobadilla really dam awwsm! i think should need to plan to visit their. Cheap Flights From Peshawar to Kabul

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