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  • Benalmádena (Málaga)

    So much to do

    The Benalmádena to Fuengirola ferry is exceptional and suitable for prams and wheelchairs. Spend as little or as much time as you like in each resort before returning. The whole marina at Benalmádena is beautiful and well worth a visit with so much to do there and if you walk along the beachfront towards Torremolinos you'll find much, much more to do and see, especially La Carihuela, which is packed with shops, bars and restaurants. It's also perfectly flat so very easy to stroll around. The cable car from the now abandoned Tivoli World in Benalmádena is breathtaking too. Without binoculars, on a clear day you can see Africa. There are viewing platforms up there along with a restaurant and toilet facilities. There's also a bird of prey show which is very popular. The cable car doesn't go quite to the top although you can walk the 100 metres or so to the top. I did and enjoyed the experience but unless you are fit and sure footed I wouldn't bother. It is hard work and in my opinion the view isn't significantly better than at the viewing platform slightly lower down. So ultimately you won't miss out on much. If you are in Benalmádena later at night and enjoy karaoke, don't look any further than Baraoke in the El Dorado bar at the Doramar Apartments. The mother and daughter who run it are phenomenal and help create a fantastic atmosphere. The drinks too are also very, very reasonably priced. I love it.

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  • Fuengirola (Málaga)

    Great for shopping or sitting in one of the many cafes

    Fuengirola is a busy town with lots to do and see. There are many restaurants and cafes. My caution would be if you are using the bus and to be mindful of pick-pockets around the bus station. You can't always spot them as they mingle amongst the many people waiting on buses. It's a very busy bus station. The port is lovely and hidden down there are several really good bars/restaurants, most of them British or Irish.

  • Fuengirola (Málaga)

    Lovely beach, ideal for some late season rest and relaxation

  • Málaga (Málaga)

    We visited Malaga, Nerja, Ronda, Giblartar and few smaller towns around Torremolinos. All of them are worth the visit and time. Beautiful views, great restaurants and a lot of Sun.

  • Fuengirola (Málaga)

    Shopping, nightlife, beach and culture

    Mid-sized city with old and new buildings, lots of shopping opportunities, restaurants, and cultural sites. The climate is absolutely fantastic! Whether you choose the beach or the town, all your expectations of a great holiday will be met! I highly recommend Fuengirola and will go there again... and again!

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  • Torremolinos (Málaga)

    Very nice place to visit & close by shops and the beach

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  • Fuengirola (Málaga)


    Fabulous location with easily accessible public transport network. The whole area is maintained and kept so clean. Very impressive.

  • Ronda (Málaga)

    Ronda trip

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  • Fuengirola (Málaga)

    I like Fuengirola and everything around it, :) you've got what ever you need near you and the ease to move around is 100 percent!

  • Benalmádena (Málaga)

    The place to be on Costa del sol

    Benalmadena and Costa del Sol have a lot to offer so you can go there many times without having to do the same thing twice. It's also connected with Torremolinos so as you walk down one of the beach walks you just seamlessly pass into Torre. We visited the aquarium which was really nice, and visited Paloma Park which had both animals, plants, and a big playground for kids. The marina is also a great place to visit and of course the beaches. For food, I would really recommend La Barraca and La Cala. Both really good places to eat with good service. We are already thinking of coming back.

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