It dates back to the 17th century but was rebuilt in 1960, with very little of the original structure surviving this restoration. Situated in Benalmádena Pueblo, it is made of polychrome wood.
The Broken Tower (Torrequebrada) is at the top of an escarpment that rises from the road of Cadiz and is named after it was torn for years between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. This...
Torrevigía Beach is in the Malaga district of Benalmádena, just 3 kilometres from the Marina. On the Costa del Sol, Benalmádena has almost 20 kilometres of sandy and shingle shores and palm groves...
The Jardines del Muro are a beautiful natural viewpoint from which we can get a wide view of the entire municipality and the coastal landscape, even reaching, on clear days, to see the Strait of...
The entertainment does not stop in Benalmádena, a town which is 20 kilometres from the centre of Málaga and has all the attractions to spend an unforgettable vacation. The offer of tourist attractions is the most complete of the Costa del Sol and is also well distributed between the three cities.
Benalmádena town represents calmness through a picturesque urban landscape of narrow streets and plazas, while Benalmádena Costa brings together good part of holiday offer and a long coastline divided into 15 beaches. Arroyo de la Miel, with strong growth in recent years, is the place where a large number of leisure attractions that complete the attractions of this destination are concentrated.
This has led to almost 5,000 British having chosen Benalmádena as place of residence.
IN BENALMÁDENA YOU CANNOT MISS
Benalmádena offers very original views, as the Buddhist Stupa of Enlightenment, Colomares Castle and Bil Bil Castle and a Moorish-style building stands out in the landscape of the coast, thanks to its red decoration with tiles. In Benalmádena, besides, the tourists can visit the three watchtowers that are conserved in the city: Torre Bermeja, Torrequebrada and Torremuelle.
To explore its historic centre, it is recommended to start with the church of Santo Domingo, next to which there is a viewpoint that offers an extraordinary view of the coast. Close to this monument are the Jardines del Muro, designed by César Manrique. This walk can add two more stages: the sculpture de la Niña (sculpture of the girl) and La Fonda, whose building is now occupied by a hospitality school.
Culture manifests itself in many different ways in Benalmádena. Felipe Orlando Pre-Columbian Art Museum is a must see for lovers of this genre, as it hosts one of the best collections of Spain. Culture manifests itself in many different ways in Benalmádena.
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