Discover the area
Discover the area
Castillo de Colomares
This is an old castle near Benalmádena and is dedicated to Christopher Columbus. The castle itself is not that big and can be combined with, for example, the Butterfly Garden.
In Benalmádena there is also a butterfly garden, or Butterfly Park. In this covered tropical garden a lot of different species of butterflies fly.
Stupa, Buddhist temple
Built in 2005, this snow-white Stupa is one of the largest Buddhist temples in all of Europe. With its high location, it is a good destination for both beautiful views and soaking up culture.
Teleférico is Spanish for cable car. And this funicular, which can be visited from Benalmádena, takes you up into the mountains in a glass gondola.
Bioparc (Zoo), Fuengirola
Numerous exotic animals live here in four different habitats, including some that are threatened with extinction in the wild.
Mijas is known for the white houses, it is therefore called "El pueblo blanco" which are built against the mountains. With its narrow streets and beautiful squares, Mijas is an attraction in itself.
Caminito del Rey, Malaga
The Caminito del Rey was long known as one of the most dangerous hiking trails in Europe. In the meantime, walking has become a lot safer, but obviously no less impressive.
Ronda is a beautiful village in the south of Spain. It is located in the Andalusia region and is part of the White Villages route. Ronda is perhaps the most beautiful and nicest village in Andalusia and you should definitely visit it during your trip.
Baelo Claudia, Tarifa
Is an antique Roman city, situated about 22 kilometres from Tarifa, on the Costa de la Luz in southern Spain. In Roman times Baelo Claudia was part of the province of Hispania Baetica.