Phrases with «hacienda»

An hacienda (UK: or US: ; Spanish: [aˈθjenda] or [aˈsjenda]), in the colonies of the Spanish Empire, is an estate, similar in form to a Roman villa. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)

Sentences with «hacienda» (usage examples):

  • Located on the Pacific Coast beach in Guanacaste, the hacienda style JW Marriott Hotel is also adjacent to a world-class 18-hole golf and country club. (caravan.com)
  • The Villa, established in 1872, is a coconut plantation and a hacienda — where visitors can visit a museum and learn about local history and culture. (philippinestravelpackage.com)
  • Outside the gates of Punta Mita, an array of options await such as tree-top canopy adventures, boat rentals, deep-sea fishing, dolphin adventures, sailing, scuba diving, tubing, water skiing, hiking & exploring, cultural tours, fishing & boating charters, air adventures and exploring Mexico's vivid cultural history in Spanish haciendas or remote mountain villages of the Huichol Indians. (luxuryretreats.com)
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