During the months of July and August, Benalmadena town hall has organized a special programme called “Cultura en la calle” (Culture in the streets), an impressive selection of free cultural shows in different locations around the municipality (Benalmadena Pueblo, Arroyo de la Miel and Benalmadena Costa): Plaza del Aguacil, Jardines del Muro, Plaza de la Tres Culturas, Plaza de la Tribuna, Plaza del Corralón, Plaza de las Flores, Plaza de la Carola and the area in front of Bil-Bil Castle (just a few minutes walk from Sunset Beach Club). Continue Reading →
This Sunday 18th June, Benalmádena will celebrate Corpus Christi, a gorgeous festivity full of colour and amazing aromas thanks to a spectacular carpet of flowers laid on the streets by the villagers.
This beautiful festivity is celebrated in many Andalusian villages sixty days after Easter Sunday; however, Benalmadena Pueblo’s rendition is now regarded as one of the most beautiful in the province, attracting many visitors. Continue Reading →
Are you looking for a little more adventure on your next Benalmádena Holiday? How about trying a more active sport like Stand Up Paddle, Surf or Longboard Skate?
Our friends at ‘La Mar de Bien’, a local surf club and school, have put together a fun-packed list of activities you can try next time you visit Sunset Beach Club. You can take lessons or just hire the material and head off yourself. Read on to see all the activities available and prices for lessons and equipment hire. Continue Reading →
The Costa del Sol is known for its wide choice of street markets – or flea markets, as they are sometimes referred to. As visiting these markets seems to be on most of our guest’s to-do lists, we thought we’d put together a short and concise guide featuring the most popular markets along the coast.
Many of the local street markets combine flea markets and boot sales, so for the sake of this guide, we’ll just refer to all as street markets. Although we haven’t included all the markets which take place throughout the week, we have tried to add all the ones that we’ve actually been to and that our guests have recommended. Continue Reading →
If you’re planning on visiting Torremolinos and need tips on what to see, we highly recommend a visit to ‘La Casa de los Navajas’ a stunning building which has become one of the most emblematic in Torremolinos.
This unique mini-palace stands out as you walk along the promenade thanks to its ‘neomudéjar’ style architecture (Popular in Spain at the end of the 19th century and start of the 20th century) and Arabic influences. Building the house was the lifelong dream of its owner, Antonio Navaja Cruz, a local sugar cane farmer who built it in 1925. Continue Reading →
If you’re looking for a fun and very healthy activity next time you come to Benalmadena on holiday, we highly recommend renting a bicycle and exploring some of the town’s main attractions whilst reaping the health benefits of this fun mode of transport.
The area offers something for all levels. Beginners and leisure riders can enjoy the relative flatness of the stunning promenade and more experienced riders looking for more of a challenge can head into the hills behind Benalmadena and attempt one of the harder bike routes (see below) which will take them along narrow mountain paths offering stunning views of the coast. Continue Reading →
As of last Monday the 12th December 2016, Málaga city boasts a stunning new museum to add to its’ – already impressive – collection: The Museum of Malaga.
The new museum is located in the ‘Palacio de la Aduana’, the old Custom’s building. The original museum closed 20 years ago (almost to the day) and the opening date is no coincidence as it marks the 19th anniversary of the first demonstration demanding that the Customs building be used for cultural purposes. Continue Reading →
With just a couple of weeks to go until Christmas, Málaga city centre is bustling with festive fun and excitement!
A walk through the streets of the city’s historic centre at Christmas time is an experience we would recommend to all who visit the Costa del Sol at this time of year. The stunning Christmas lights, mouth-watering gastronomy and magical ambience make for a truly wonderful visit to the Coast’s capital.
There’s lots going on in Malaga over Christmas; however, the four suggestions listed below are absolute musts: Continue Reading →
The city of Malaga is quickly becoming one of the most attractive Cultural destinations amongst international travellers. The town hall has invested heavily in the growth of its historical and artistic heritage and now offers visitors an impressive collection of more than 30 museums, each with its own unique and varied theme.
The most popular include The Picasso Museum, Centre Pompidou and the Carmen Thyssen museum and each attracts hundreds of thousands of art enthusiasts every year. However, Malaga has other museums which, although not as famous, are definitely worth a visit.
Below you’ll find information on five of our favourite Malaga museums you might not have heard of. Continue Reading →
Making your way around all the museums, galleries and other “must see” tourist attractions which the Costa del Sol’s capital has to offer can get rather expensive. But don’t worry. We’re going to tell you about a nifty little card called a ‘Malaga Pass’ which will come in handy if you’re planning on visiting many of the city’s museums and attractions.
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