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Studio Apartment Sea & Beach (A/A, Parking, pool)Brigth studio apartment/flat, only 6 minutes walking from the beach and the harbor. The studio apartment has air conditioning and the guests have access to the swimming pool, gardens and parking. The space combines a lovely living room, bedroom, and kitchen into a large, single room with a sea and harbor view from the balcony. Free WiFi. Only 9 minutes from train station and 17 minutes from the airport by car. Bus stop just 2 minutes WALKING ( Buses to Málaga and other towns)
Beach Front Luxury ApartmentContemporary stunning one bedroom apartment • Professionally designed and refurbished to high standard • Front line beach location • Magnificent sea views from all rooms • Spacious terrace with table and chairs • Built in mirrored wardrobes with ample storage • 4th floor with lift • Allocated private garage parking • Two swimming pools • Beautifully maintained gardens • Fantastic location in La Carihuela • Nearby restaurants, bars and shops • 15 minute drive or train journey to Malaga airport • Fully equipped kitchen with washing machine, dishwasher, oven, hob, fridge freezer, microwave, Nespresso coffee machine • Bright open plan lounge with sofa/sofabed, table and chairs, flatscreen TV, Wireless internet • Large modern shower room, sink and WC • Towels, beach towels, bedding, iron, ironing board, hairdryer • Air conditioning and heating • Local host to meet and greet and available to contact during your stay • Non smoking • Unsuitable for pets • Check in after 14:00* • Check out by 11:00* (* Check In/Out flexible depending upon access for new guests) Licence CTC-2018051973
TORREMOLINOS NOGALERA TERRACE, SWIMMING POOL,WIFI, BEACHLa Nogalera.Apartment located in the center of Torremolinos, 50 meters from the train stop that connects to the airport in just a few minutes and next to the taxi stop.Urbanization with swimming pools and bar chiringuito (summer). 300 meters from the beach. Surrounded by shops, bars and restaurants to enjoy a pleasant holiday.
Nestled between Torremolinos and Fuengirola on Spain’s Costa del Sol, Benalmádena is made up of three main districts: The oldest, the inland town of Benalmádena Pueblo, is a typical Andalusian village, notable for its archaeological museum and narrow cobblestone streets lined with white-painted houses. The newer Benalmádena Costa is, obviously, on the coast, with beaches, hotels, and the Puerto Marina, home to restaurants, luxury shopping, nightclubs, and more than 1,000 spots to park your yacht. In between lies Arroyo de la Miel, whose scenic plazas and winding streets lend it a traditional feel that has lured more than a few British expats to make a permanent home here. Benalmádena’s attractions range from the conventional (an aquarium, theme parks, sea-view golfing at Torrequebrada) to the decidedly unexpected (a butterfly park, Europe’s tallest Buddhist stupa).
The easiest way to get to Benalmádena is to fly into the Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport (AGP), about six miles away. You could also look at flights through Gibraltar, about a 1.5-hour drive southwest, with arrivals from various British cities. If you’re coming from elsewhere in Spain, you may opt to take a high-speed train from Madrid (3.5 hours), Seville (2 hours), or Barcelona (6 hours) to the María Zambrano Station in Málaga. From there, you can hop on a regional railway line to Benalmádena. You can get around easily enough by bus or cab, so unless you plan to use Benalmádena as a base for exploring Andalusia, save yourself the parking hassles and skip the rental car.
There a reason they call this the Costa del Sol: With 320 days of sunshine per year and an average annual temperature of about 66 degrees Fahrenheit, you seldom have to pack anything more than a light sweater for your Benalmádena vacation (especially if you plan to visit the nude beach near Torrequebrada — though you will want to bring sandals to protect your feet from the gravelly shore). Expect highs in the mid- to upper 80s in the summer, along with some mugginess and a lot of vacationers. Spring and fall are also nice, when the water is still warm enough for swimming, but crowds are a bit thinner. December and January are the region’s wettest months; it’s about 61 degrees on average in January, with overnight lows dipping below 50.
With walkways named after Spain’s most celebrated women authors, this large, centrally located green space is the tranquil heart of Benalmádena: It’s home to a lake, a cactus garden, and lots of free-roaming rabbits, chickens, peacocks, turtles, and swans. You can also ride the Ferris wheel at the nearby Tivoli World theme park.
With its mishmash of Byzantine, Romanesque, Gothic, and Mudéjar architecture, this quirky fairytale castle monument might look like it was built centuries ago by the ancient inhabitants of Andalucía, but it was only built between 1987 and 1994.
The Benalmádena skyline is defined by the towering profile of the 2,500-foot Mount Calamorro, and the town’s teleférico (cable car) gets you to the top in just 15 minutes. At the peak, you can enjoy hiking trails and panoramic views: On a clear day, you can see all the way to Morocco.