Benalmar Beach Apartment
Tourist Licence: VFT/MA/39692
3 Bed Apartment
BENALMADENA COSTA: Beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bathroom beach apartment just 150 mtrs from the beach. Shops, bars & restaurants all on its doorstep. Quiet complex with communal pool and private parking.
NEW TO THE MARKET
If you are looking for an apartment by the sea with all the amenities within walking distance, then this is the apartment for you. Although it is right in the heart of everything, the complex itself is very quiet and tucked away from the main hustle & bustle.
This spacious apartment is located on the ground floor of a secure complex. It boasts three bedrooms (one en-suite), a family bathroom, kitchen, utility room, dining/living room and large outdoor terrace. The kitchen is very well equipped with all the utensils you might need to enjoy your stay. The living room is comfortably furnished with 2 sofas where you can relax and enjoy watching many channels on the flat screen tv.
The large outdoor terrace is well furnished for you to enjoy dining al fresco or simply relaxing. The view from here is of the swimming pools and gardens. There are awnings to offer you privacy and shade if this is your preference.
There is a lovely, well manicured garden area with communal swimming pools for your enjoyment.
Only a short walk away, you will come across plenty of bars and restaurants, too many to chose from!
There are also many supermarkets nearby. Playa Bil Bil is just at the end of the street. Access to the Paseo is less than a 10 minute walk away. Benalmadena Port is approx a 20 minute walk along the Paseo. If you would like to venture a little further, there is a bus stop approx 100 mtrs away where you can take a trip into Malaga and other nearby towns. The nearest train station is Arroyo de la Miel which is approx. 1.5km away (20 minute walk).
Linens & towels included.
Wifi access is available free of charge.
The master bedroom and living room have air conditioning.
Car not necessary but there is a private parking space available if required.
So why not relax and unwind. Take a dip in the mediterranean or a swim in the pool. And later, stroll along the paseo stopping off at some of the wonderful chiringuitos to sample their delicious tapas and a glass of vino.
Entertainment and Attractions close by:
Benalmadena: Tivoli World, Cable Car, La Paloma Park, Selwo Marina, Sealife, Mariposario
Fuengirola: Bioparc, Parque Aquatico
Torremolinos: Aqualand, Crocodile Park, Battery Park
Places to Visit:
For a great day out you have to visit Malaga. There is lots to see and do in the cultural capital of the Costa del Sol. Places to visit include: Picasso Museum (Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga), Malaga Cathedral and Malaga Parador (once a Moorish Castle). There are many plazas with tapas bars and restaurants where you can sit and enjoy the relaxing nature of this city.
This whitewashed Pueblo sits on a hillside and has marvellous views across Malaga bay. With its whitewashed houses, narrow cobbled streets and balconies decorated with flowers according to the season, it is very much a typical Andalucian village. There are many places of interest in the town including the Archaeological Museum and the Castillo Colomares. Just outside the village is the Benalmadena Stupa with its golden copula. This is the largest Buddhist monument in the western world and is well worth a visit even if it's just for the fantastic views towards Fuengirola and beyond.
Torremolinos was originally a fishing village back in the 1920s The old fishing village has been pedestrianised and runs parallel to La Carihuela, one of the best beaches on the Costa del Sol. The pedestrian-only Calle San Miguel, which is lined with shops, and runs from the center of town down to the beach is worth a visit. The lower half is a winding stair-stepped path, and is fun to descend and fortifying to climb! One of the most popular resorts for Spanish tourists, with some of the districts (especially La Carihuela) having as much of a Spanish feel as an international tourist one.
This famous traditional whitewashed Andalusian village can be found nestled into the mountainside. Follow signs for public parking, it costs €1 per day. Take the lifts from the car park up to the top floor where you will find the Plaza de lá Virgen de Pena. The tourist office is located here. There are lots of things to see and do including taking a ride on the famous donkey-taxis. There are also plenty of wonderful shops and restaurants.
A visit to Fuengirola should include a trip to the Arab castle of Sohail. Fuengirola caters for all water sports and activities including, sailing, windsurfing, pedalos, diving and fishing trips. Eating out in Fuengirola you are spoiled for choice with all tastes catered for. A good place to start is by walking around the old part of town from the Old Church Square ( Plaza de la Constitucion ) and branch out around the many narrow roads and lanes, try out some of the tapas bars and local restaurants offering local and international fare at very reasonable prices. two minutes walk from the Church Square down toward the sea front you will find what is locally known as Fish Alley, a bustling area of two or three streets full of restaurants of every kind, type and price.
Prices are based on 4 guests.
Booking deposit required to secure property: 20%
Balance due 45 days before arrival date
Refundable security deposit €200
Check in time: 4pm Check out time: 10am