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Tourism

Para los artículos en inglés sobre el turismo para los que residen en Benalmádena, lugares cercanos…

What to do in Benalmádena?

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I always said that Benalmadena is fun. Is the place where you can fight the boredom. Benalmadena What can you do to enjoy this fantastic town? Take a walk throught the “Parque de la paloma” or “Jardines del muro” Visit the Butterfly Park. Go up our Calamorro mountains on foot or by the Cablecar. Visit Selwo […]

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Airport Museum in Malaga.

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In 1948 was built the first airport station in Malaga. This idea arise from the necessity that the town had to an economic boost. People lived from the agriculture, the town had only two hotels and the idea was to promote turism. Actually, this first terminal is a museum not only about this history, in […]

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Bil-Bil Castle

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Other turistic point in our town is this beautiful little castle. It is inevitable take pictures with this background, with the day light or at night, because both are very nice. Built in 1927 , it has had several owners until the Benalmádena Town Hall acquired it in 1980. It is characterized by its Moorish […]

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Parque de la Paloma

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“Pigeon park” in english, but Parque de la Paloma in spanish. Another leisure area, familiar and peacefull. What is different in this park? There are free animals, but don’n worry! It isn’n a zoo, the animals are bunnies, ducks, chikens, peacocks, pigeons (of course) and sometimes, parakeets or parrots. The temperature inside is very nice […]

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Colomares Castle in Benalmádena

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This castle was building between 1987 and 1994 by Dr. Esteban Martin and Martin with only  two bricklayers more, to honor Christopher Columbus and the Discovery of America. It takes seven years to build it. This building mixes influences of different architectural styles such as the Byzantine, Romanesque, Gothic and Moorish Spain that marked culturally. The materials used […]

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Botanic Garden La Concepción

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A place to visit, a place to take a walk… like a marquis. Exotic of plant species from around the world, archaeological remains on display in the Loring Museum, a small, Doric-style building erected on the site of a Roman mosaic discovered in Cartama depicting the feats of Hercules… But I want to tell how my […]

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