Recommended Parks in Benalmadena & Torremolinos

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Throughout the municipalities of the Costa del Sol you can find an interesting amount of parks where to enjoy a walk, with family and children or read quietly a book under the shade of a tree.

Over the next few weeks we will recommend the parks of each municipality on the Costa del Sol, accompany us on a walk through the parks of Malaga!

Top 6 Parks in Fuengirola

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Throughout the municipalities of the Costa del Sol you can find an interesting amount of parks where to enjoy a walk, with family and children or read quietly a book under the shade of a tree.

Over the next few weeks we will recommend the parks of each municipality on the Costa del Sol, accompany us on a walk through the parks of Malaga!

Fuengirola Parks

Although Fuengirola is one of the most densely populated cities in Spain in a municipality of only 10 km2, there are currently 26 parks. We list the most important ones.

Wave of Melillero – A strange local phenomenon of Malaga

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During the summer days you can observe in Malaga a phenomenon that is always repeated at the same time.

A small “tsunami” suddenly invades the beaches of Malaga and catches by surprise those bathers unaware of this phenomenon who are lying at first beach line just a few meters from the sea.

What is this strange phenomenon that has drenched more than one and has occasionally taken mobile devices and other prized possessions?

The Guadalhorce and Guadalteba Reservoirs

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About 60 kilometres northwest of Malaga are situated the Guadalhorce, Conde de Guadalhorce and Guadalteba Reservoirs, one of the most beautiful natural landscapes in Andalusia.

In the natural site you can enjoy a wide range of activities as it is the ideal place to enjoy nature, either with the camera, hiking, biking, caving, climbing, swimming or fishing.

Eastern Costa del Sol: The Axarquia, A Gem to Be Discovered

sedella_axarquiaWe always encourage our customers to venture a little “Inland”, to get away from the bustle of the Costa del Sol and discover first-hand why Malaga is a natural paradise:

Natural Parks, untouched nature, charming white villages ahead a few miles from the coast. As for instance the Axarquia, a little known gem of the Costa del Sol.

Covering an area of two Natural Parks and the highest peak of the province, in full tourist boom the Axarquia, dotted with Moorish white villages, has retained its charm and history, perhaps because of its particular and beautiful terrain.