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Benalmadena Holidays 2016

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Beautiful Benalmadena

A large town of bright lights and vibrant nights, holidays to Benalmadena will catapult you into the heart of the Costa del Sol; sun-soaked coasts, a bustling shopping scene and dancing dolphins all await your arrival in this fantastic location. Costa Del Sol is a hotspot for tourists, whether you’re looking to immerse yourself in Spanish culture, or delve into the deep depths of the country’s history, you’re sure to find what you’re seeking in Benalmadena.

As the bright Spanish sun sets at the end of the day, the waters light up in reflection of the orange rays reaching out over the horizon on your Benalmadena holidays, before giving way to the explosion of colour that emanates from the many nightclubs that line the shores, beckoning to the wannabe dancers and obscure shape throwers who venture out to enjoy the thriving nightlife of Spain – Benalmadena perfectly capture Spain’s energetic culture.

All Year Sunshine

Benalmadena is perfectly situated along the southern coast of Costa del Sol to allow for winter sun as well as comfortable summer sunshine, although if you get a little home sick after trading in the winter cold for a slice of sunny Spain, you can always head to Boal’s Ice Bar during your holidays to Benalmadena and chill out, quite literally, in the country’s very first ice bar. As well as the ice bar you’ll have a variety of nightclubs from which to choose from, whether you want an authentic salsa experience in La Cubana or to bust a move on one of Kiu’s three dance floors, you’ll be sure to feel right at home in this party capital.

If you’d rather relax in the evenings with a quiet drink to wash down the tapas during your holidays in Benalmadena, then the plethora of Chiringuitos and cosy beach bars provide calm atmospheres in which to indulge, whereas Sunset Beach Club supplies live music on most evenings in case you just want to sit back and enjoy the show. If you’ve had a night of partying hard on the town, or if you just want to drain yourself of the tensions everyday life has created, morning yoga classes are a good way to unwind or fight off the hangover; getting in touch with your spiritual side being the best way to combat what ails you.

However, if you’ve embarked on your holidays to Benalmadena with the idea of having a splashing time, then Aqualand won’t disappoint. Costa del Sol’s biggest water park is worth sliding on down to and is something the whole family can enjoy, not just the kids. Another must-visit attraction will take you to Malaga; the winding castle walls of Gibralfaro climb a picturesque hill, providing princely views over the pleasant landscape.

Important Information

Travel Information
Language: Spanish (English widely spoken)
Currency: Euros
Local time: GMT/BST +1 hour
Local airport: Malaga
Flight time: 2 hours 55 minutes

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Benalmadena, Costa Del Sol

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The resort is home to one of the coast's best 9-hole par three courses, with a family-friendly atmosphere and an extensive range of lessons on offer. Open to all standards of golfers, the complex also houses a fine fusion-cooking restaurant, a bowls green, stunning views, and well-maintained surroundings.

Water Sports

With an extensive coastline and number of beaches, the area offers a string of water-sports activities for the active holidaymaker. Boats and jet skis can be hired out at Torre Bermeja beach, with windsurfing, swimming, fishing and sailing also available.

Extreme Sports

For thrill seekers, Benalmadena offers more white-knuckle activities such as downhill extreme bike-riding in Tarifa, paintballing in Fuengirola, the chance to roll down a 200-metre hill in a giant inflatable ball in Torremolinos, and quad bike and buggy safari adventures through the Marbella Mountains.

Other Activities

Other outdoor pursuits include a horse-riding trek through the local countryside with barbeques served throughout the summer months along the way, playing tennis in the ideal Spanish weather, clay-pigeon shooting at the Marbella Gun and Country Club and a dolphin safari over the area where the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean.