Holidays to Benalmadena Pueblo
This pretty village of whitewashed houses was founded during the Muslim invasion of the Iberian Peninsula in the 8th Century. Perched on the hills behind the Costa del Sol, it is the seat of the Town Hall of the municipality of Benalmadena. The centre of life is the village square, Plaza Espana, with its cafés and fountain. There are many places of interest both in and around the Pueblo, for interesting excursions away from the beach.
Malapesquera / Torrebermeja Beach
This Blue Flag beach of coarse sand is the largest and most popular in Benalmadena, with attractive shaded green spaces.
Playa Santa Ana
This huge and popular beach attracts the crowds with its great facilities and protected, shallow waters.
Church of Santo Domingo
The village church sits on the edge of a hill, offering superb views of the coastline below.
La Nina statue
In the fountain in Plaza Espana, you’ll see a statue named ‘The Girl’, which has become the symbol of Benalmadena.
It’s 5 minutes' drive from the Pueblo to this delightful park full of plants and nearly 1,600 types of butterflies.
This large theme park has rides for all ages, as well as gondolas, beautiful gardens and live entertainment.
The seafood paella here is a must try. It’s prepared fresh, so you usually have to order for a minimum of 2 people.
Café con leche
Order your refreshing coffee with milk in the village square and watch the world quietly go by.
It’s only 10 minutes' drive to the lively stretch of bars and pubs on Benalmadena seafront.
This smart nightclub in the marina is lively and loud, attracting a young, dressy crowd to its terrace and dance floor.
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