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Benalmadena Villas, Costa del Sol

Selection of Holiday Villas in Benalmadena, Spain

An Introduction to Benalmadena, Spain

Benalmadena is an Andalisian town on the Costa del Sol is nestled between Torremolinos and Fuengirola. It’s also home to the largest Buddhist statue in Europe and hosts beautiful beaches and attractions like the Colomares Castle.

History of Benalmadena

The area of Benamadena has been occupied by many different cultres throughout the ages including Romans and the Moorish. On the coastline you’ll find two Almenara towers dating back to the 15th century that were erected to guard the coast from Barbary pirates.

You can travel through much of the area’s history over the course of your stay, visiting historical buildings and strolling through the beautiful town.

Things to do in Benalmadena

No holiday makers will be short of things to do in Benalmadena. Upon leaving your villa, the area offers up a host of activities – from the thrilling amusement park of Tivoli World to the stunning Parque De La Paloma.

The town also has the largest example of a Buddhist tupa in the Western World, which was constructed in 2003.

We at Panoramic do enjoy a good Indian.  The key phrase here being a GOOD INDIAN; there are lots of them in every town on the coast, but for us the one that’s always worth the extra mile (we live in Fuengirola ) is The Nirvana Restaurant in Benalmadena Pueblo 

The Nirvana isn´t cheap, but it is wonderful, the selection and quality of the food is absolutely first class, it really doesn’t get any better anywhere.  Plus the courtesy and friendliness of Jimmy, Meena and Ali is well worth the trip.  Highly recommended

Weather in Benalmadena

Like much of the Costa del Sol, Benalmadena enjoys warm climates for most of the year making it an ideal spot for those looking to enjoy a beach holiday.

Travelling Benalmadena

From Malaga airport you can expect a short 20 minute journey to Benalmadena. There are lots of transport options into the town, from taxis to buses. There are good transport links to the surrounding areas like Torremolinos and Fuengirola, too.

Accommodation in Benalmadena

 Panoramic Villas provide a range of Benalmadena accomodaiton to suit all tastes, party sizes, and budgets. Browse our Benalmadena villas here or, if you have any questions don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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Information on Benalmadena

An Introduction to Benalmadena, Spain

Benalmadena is an Andalisian town on the Costa del Sol is nestled between Torremolinos and Fuengirola. It’s also home to the largest Buddhist statue in Europe and hosts beautiful beaches and attractions like the Colomares Castle.

History of Benalmadena

The area of Benamadena has been occupied by many different cultres throughout the ages including Romans and the Moorish. On the coastline you’ll find two Almenara towers dating back to the 15th century that were erected to guard the coast from Barbary pirates.

You can travel through much of the area’s history over the course of your stay, visiting historical buildings and strolling through the beautiful town.

Things to do in Benalmadena

No holiday makers will be short of things to do in Benalmadena. Upon leaving your villa, the area offers up a host of activities – from the thrilling amusement park of Tivoli World to the stunning Parque De La Paloma.

The town also has the largest example of a Buddhist tupa in the Western World, which was constructed in 2003.

We at Panoramic do enjoy a good Indian.  The key phrase here being a GOOD INDIAN; there are lots of them in every town on the coast, but for us the one that’s always worth the extra mile (we live in Fuengirola ) is The Nirvana Restaurant in Benalmadena Pueblo 

The Nirvana isn´t cheap, but it is wonderful, the selection and quality of the food is absolutely first class, it really doesn’t get any better anywhere.  Plus the courtesy and friendliness of Jimmy, Meena and Ali is well worth the trip.  Highly recommended

Weather in Benalmadena

Like much of the Costa del Sol, Benalmadena enjoys warm climates for most of the year making it an ideal spot for those looking to enjoy a beach holiday.

Travelling Benalmadena

From Malaga airport you can expect a short 20 minute journey to Benalmadena. There are lots of transport options into the town, from taxis to buses. There are good transport links to the surrounding areas like Torremolinos and Fuengirola, too.

Accommodation in Benalmadena

 Panoramic Villas provide a range of Benalmadena accomodaiton to suit all tastes, party sizes, and budgets. Browse our Benalmadena villas here or, if you have any questions don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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