Hotel Fuerte El Rompido for Solo Travellers

Aerial shot of Hotel Fuerte el Rompido, Spain

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There’s a wilder, more rustic side to Andalusia on the Costa de la Luz, and the pace of life is slower than in some of the more touristy spots. This hotel is a popular choice for wildlife and birdwatchers, who love its location surrounded by a huge nature reserve criss-crossed with walking and cycling trails. And it certainly makes the most of its stunning location, with its rooftop terrace, two outdoor swimming pools (one adults-only), indoor heated pool and spectacular views from every room. The pillow menu and tea and coffee-making facilities mean you’ll soon feel at home in your room, and you can also immerse yourself in local culture at the hotel with botanical tours and Spanish language classes.

Three included excursions
Columbus Route (half day)
Ayamonte & Vila Real by Ferry (half day)
British History of Huelva (half day)

Included with every Hosted Holiday

  • Dedicated welcoming host
  • Resort airport transfers
  • Travel insurance and meals

Including

Solo host

Saga host

Welcome drink reception

Three included excursions

All inclusive: All meals

Free bar open up to 12 hours a day

A weekly return shuttle service to Seville or Tavira, Portugal

International flights. Prices are based on return flights with British Airways from London Gatwick. Supplements may apply from other airports

Return transfers direct to your hotel

Minimum 20kg checked luggage, per person

Overview

  • 7 nights

  • El Rompido, Costa de la Luz, Spain

  • London Gatwick Airport

  • All Inclusive

From £795 per person

Including optional travel insurance or a price reduction if not required

Aerial shot of Hotel Fuerte el Rompido, Spain
Pool area, Hotel Fuerte el Rompido, Spain

Holiday details

Food and drink

Enjoy buffet-style meals at the main El Olivo restaurant, or sample seafood specialities at the Dos Faros restaurant (extra charge, open during high season only). The stylish Noble Bar is the place to experiment with a large range of light snacks. The free bar is open 12 hour a day, serving local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

Entertainment

Weekly live shows • Botanical tours • Spanish lessons • Boating knot lessons (available seasonally) • Tennis • Paddle tennis • Football • Hiking • Nordic walking • Bicycle hire and golf are both available nearby (please ask in resort for details and prices).

Accommodation

All 298 air-conditioned bedrooms have a classic decor and a terrace or balcony. Saga guests have rooms with garden or side-sea views. Some rooms feature a bathroom with a walk-in shower.

Amenities

  • Buffet-style restaurant
  • À la carte restaurant (seasonal and extra charge)
  • Bar / lounge
  • Two outdoor swimming pools (one exclusively for adults)
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Spa (extra charge)
  • Shuttle to the beach (seasonal and extra charge)
  • Pool towels
  • Currency exchange

Holiday location

Hotel Fuerte el Rompido map

Local Area

El Rompido is a quiet Spanish fishing town set at the mouth of the Piedras River. There’s a string of cafes and restaurants lining the waterfront, and a small town square complete with traditional whitewashed church. Back at the hotel, guests can follow well signposted walks onto the protected nature reserve, where 14km of trails reveal beautiful marshlands, pine forests and shifting sand dunes.

Included excursions

British history of Huelva and the Rio Tinto mines

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This excursion is a must for history buffs. Starting with the Rio Tinto mining and railway museum, you’ll be taken on a journey through time and find out more about the British miners that lived and worked here from 1892 – 1992. It’s a really immersive experience with insight into the landscapes, ancient settlements and the expansion of Huelva as it grew to accommodate the workers in one of the world’s largest mines. After enjoying the surrounding countryside from the Cerro Colorado, you’ll head back to Huelva and hear the true story of the 'The Man Who Never Was'. Visiting the headstone and watching a short documentary film adds depth to one of WWII’s most interesting and successful military deceptions.

Spain

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