Holidays to Manilva
A small undeveloped white washed village near the coast in the Malaga region, Manilva is beginning to be discovered by holidaymakers. Still remaining quintessentially Spanish, there are plenty of sights and activities to occupy visitors seeking more than just a beach holiday. There's Roman baths, a fortress and museums. and families will love the Benalmadena Sea Life Centre.
Punta de la Chullera
A sandy beach with its own small cove hidden by cliffs and rocks.
A blue flag beach, this long sandy stretch is popular during the summer.
Castillo de la Duquesa
This 18th Century fortress on the beach offers not only a picturesque image, but also insight into the town's history.
Museo Arqueológico de Manilva
Situated inside the fort, this museum holds a quirky collection of ornaments dating from the 1st- 5th Centuries.
August full moon party
Held on the beach every August, this party features live bands, dancing, body painting and craft stalls.
Located in Sabinillas close to Manilva, this once small car boot has turned into the biggest market along the coast.
This traditional soup dish made with fish and potatoes was historically made by fishermen.
Another traditional soup dish, this cold tomato soup is served with an egg and diced ham on top.
Seaside Grill & Bar
Located just off the beach, this is the place to head for food and drinks while enjoying an unbeatable view.
This beach bar along with being in an incredible location, has prices to match.
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