Discover Southern Spain with City Sightseeing Benalmadena
With its privileged position looking out onto the Mediterranean Sea it is little wonder that the city has grown so rapidly in size over the last 20 years. Boasting a comfortable climate and light sea breezes, Benalmadena is a very popular tourist destination. Benalmadena is home to Tivoli World Park, the largest theme park on the Costa, Bil-Bil Castle and Puerto Marina. What better way to plan your stay and discover all the thing to do and see, than from the top of an open-top double-decker bus? With its 360 degree panoramic views and a tour which highlights all the main attractions, you can hop on and off at your leisure at the twelve conveniently located stops around the city.
Let City Sightseeing Benalmadena highlight all the things to do and see during your stay in this vibrant city
Hop off at Tivoli-Teleferico and take a cable car to Mount Carramolo from the entrance of Tivoli World. Or you may prefer to keep your feet on the ground and soak up the sun on the beautiful Malapesquera Beach. Hop off at The Parque De La Paloma which is an oasis in the bustling, lively town. It is a fabulous park, with lots of things to do and see. Younger visitors will be entertained in the play areas on offer and be amazed by the variety of animals and birds wandering freely around. The park also boasts numerous idyllic picnic spots with its lake, many ponds and meandering pathways. Visit Bil-Bil Castle, a Neo-Arab style building that Leon and Fernanda Hermann ordered to be built. The architect was Enrique Atencia and the building was finished in 1934. However the owners were never able to live in it because the Spanish Civil War started in 1936. The castle is home to leafy gardens with fountains and a stunning view of the beaches. The City Hall owns the building and it is used as a cultural centre, with art exhibitions, conferences and concerts on offer.
Explore all the things to do and see in Benalmadena. Plenty to do by day and night.
Visitors who appreciate art may enjoy a trip to the Centro de Exposiciones which offers the opportunity to view many pieces in this magnificent space. Hop off at Playa Arroyo De La Miel, which is literally translated as the stream of honey, which was once the main source of income. It is now the primary commercial area and is bursting with small shops, restaurants and cabaret bars. Visit Puerto Marina which is home to a Sea Life Aquarium and an array of delightful boutiques and restaurants. It is also a beautiful region to wander around during warm evenings when you can pay a visit to a selection of bars. Wile the night away as you gaze at the marina’s many boats and vessels.