Charming Town House In Sunny South Of Spain

Charming Town House In Sunny South Of Spain

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

A bright and airy holiday townhouse in sunny Costa Del Sol, where the sun shines more than 320 days a year!
This spacious one bedroom townhouse is spread over two floors and has two bathrooms.
The large terrace has great views of the sea and the mountains.
Beautiful landscaped gardens and a large pool.

Situated on the much sought after Arcos de la Perla urbanization, in an elevated position, which is at the quieter end of Benalmadena, although only minutes from all amenities.
Benalmádena Pueblo is the original village, which lies about three kilometres inland at an elevation of approximately 200 m above mean sea level.
Its core consists of a typical white-fronted Andalusian village,
The town of Benalmádena also has an archaeological museum with locally derived artefacts dating back to the Bronze Age.


With just minutes from the beach and plenty of things to explore, this is an ideal base for your sunbathing / adventurous or perhaps golfing holiday.

Golf: La Cala Resort
Three breathtaking courses in a spectacular setting, featuring immaculate fairways peppered with white bunkers and very rapid undulating greens, a real test of your golfing skills Designed by American designer Cabell B. Robinson.
David Leadbetter has one of his famous Golf Schools at the La Cala Resort

El Chaparral Golf Course, stands out for its outstanding views of the Mediterranean and the beautiful wooded surroundings.

Features

More about us

  1. We're a family of four. Two happy boys, living in London

  2. Hadar is a musician and Adam is a photographer

  3. We love travelling, music and art.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Benalmádena is rich in attractive beaches and interesting places like the Colomares Castle, the 33-meter-tall Buddhist Benalmádena Stupa, the largest Buddhist stupa in Europe, the Benalmádena Marina and the Benalmádena Cable Car.
Benalmádena has been inhabited since prehistoric times. Benalmádena experienced a remarkable development during the period of Muslim domination. The paper industry and vineyard cultivation reactivated the local economy during the 18th and 19th centuries.

Benalmádena Pueblo - the original village, which lies about three kilometres inland at an elevation of approximately 200 m above mean sea level. Its core consists of a typical white-fronted Andalusian village, although including numerous recent buildings in modern architectural styles. The town of Benalmádena also has an archaeological museum with locally derived artefacts dating back to the Bronze Age.
Benalmádena Costa - an urban agglomeration on the coast. Here there are discos, hotels, beaches, shopping centers and an extensively-equipped marina.

Tourist attractions include SeaLife aquarium and Selwo Marina, a theme park with dolphins, penguins and seals among other species. The Parque Paloma is a more recent addition to the attractions, a landscaped park containing a large lake and animals running wild.

Arroyo de la Miel - (Honey Stream), originally a separate village, is in the interior between the other two areas.
It has become the main residential area, and is also the most commercially active.It has attractions such as the Tivoli World amusement park, and a teleferico (cable car) running to the summit of the 769-metre Calamorro mountain, which provides panoramic views of the Sierra Nevada, Gibraltar and, on clear days, the Moroccan coastline.

In the early twentyfirst century Benalmádena is one of the main tourist destinations on the Costa del Sol, with leisure facilities including an amusement park, two aquariums, a casino, a cable car and one of the largest marinas of Andalusia.

Buzzy restaurants
Da Checco & Paola Da Checco & Paola Benalmadena Bistro Michel Bistro
Cool bars
SEAFRONT PROMENADE AREA Peacock Tavern Villa Las Yucas, Benalmádena Costa. Tropical style garden adds to the atmosphere here which is geared to families with live music nightly and Happy Hour. Wyn's Bar Benalmadena Pueblo. Specialises in comedy and unusual acts Piano Bar Neptuno Avenida Alaya, Benalmadena Costa. This bar has a select atmosphere, often with live music and music to dance to. Bar Marfil This bar is open in the afternoon for coffees and then later becomes a wonderful place where you can dance salsa till dawn. DOWN TOWN BENALMADENA: Kiu - the largest and most popular club in 24-hour Square El Elefante features a variety of acts, ranging from 'Stars in their Eyes' performers to hypnotists and chart topping bands. Families welcome, sun terrace bouncy castle for children. Open 7 nights a week, featuring two acts nightly plus a disco from midnight, this fun filled venue offers drinks at normal bar prices. Children under 16 are allowed in, but only under the supervision of their parents.
Retail therapy
Málaga Plaza, Plaza Mayor, Marbella, Miramar Shopping Center, Puerto Marina Shopping,
Bit of culture
Colomares Castle, archaeological museum, Torre Quebrada watchtower, Bil-bil Castle, Málaga Metropolitan Transport Consortium, Benalmádena Stupa, the largest Buddhist stupa in Europe.
Walks in the park
Gardens of La Paloma, white Andalusian villages,
Spot of exercise
Golf, Walks, Horse riding, swimming
Day tripping
teleferico (cable car) running to the summit of the 769-metre Calamorro mountain, Puerto Marina, Dolphins in Selwo Marina, Tivoli World amusement park, SeaLife aquarium,

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