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General Prim Street, 45 · 43560 · La Sénia (Tarragona) · SPAIN

Welcome to Hostal Casa Manolo

L'Hostal Casa Manolo is a familiar business, located in la Sénia (Tarragona), near two Natural Parks, the Parc Natural dels Ports and the Parc Natural de la Tinença de Benifassà. Near us (30 minutes by car) there's the Parc Natural del Delta de l'Ebre.

The Hostel Casa Manolo ** is a familiar business, located in the center of town, about 50 m. of the Townhall, though which is an area where you can park with ease.

It has a total of 30 rooms, double and single. All are equipped with bathroom, heating, cable TV and WIFI internet access.

The rooms are spacious and comfortable, with the option to family rooms for three or four people.

The establishment also has a common room with TV, bar, garden, public telephone and fax. It also offers disabled access facilities (ramps and elevator).


Servicios Hostal Casa Manolo

Prices

Double room: 50 €
Single room: 35 €
Breakfast: 3€

Price per night, VAT included
Night tax €0.5 per person

La Sénia and surroundings

La Senia is located at the foot of the Massif des Ports, wonderful natural park with a rich landscape. But around our village, we offer many more possibilities. Driving a few kilometers you can enjoy the wonderful beaches of the Costa del Azahar and places of great tourist tradition like Vinaroz, Benicarló, Peñíscola or San Carlos de la Rápita.

Nearby, in the direction of the mountain, you can find the Ulldecona Reservoir, which offers all sorts of water activities. Somewhat further, you can visit the Monastery of Nuestra Señora de Benifassá. Nearby you can visit beautiful towns as Fredes o El Ballestar and enjoy its trekking tracks.

You can also visit the Spansh Civil War Airfield, built by the republicans but later used by the german Condor Legion during the conflict. Other attractions and a must visit are the Natural Park of Delta del Ebro, Tortosa, capital of the region of Baix Ebre or a little further away, the sttuning town of Morella, in the province of Castellón.