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Benalmadena Beach

Benalmádena, Spain
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Day 5 Spend The Day At The Beach in Benalmadena When you wake up on your final day, head over to Centro Alameda Metro stop again (where you were dropped off). Get a westbound Take a westbound train to Benalmadena (your getting off at the stop called “Arroyo De La Miel”). You can pretty much just cross the street and keep heading downhill and you’ll hit the beach at the bottom. Cut through Paloma Park for a scenic option where you’ll see plenty of wild life and activity. Head east (or left when you hit the coast) until you hit the marina. Here, you’ll find plenty of activities. Rent a Segway for a few hours of entertainment. Join in in one of the beach football or volleyball games. Then, head over to ... Read More
Day 5 Spend The Day At The Beach in Benalmadena When you wake up on your final day, head over to Centro Alameda Metro stop again (where you were dropped off). Get a westbound Take a westbound train to Benalmadena (your getting off at the stop called “Arroyo De La Miel”). You can pretty much just cross the street and keep heading downhill and you’ll hit the beach at the bottom. Cut through Paloma Park for a scenic option where you’ll see plenty of wild life and activity. Head east (or left when you hit the coast) until you hit the marina. Here, you’ll find plenty of activities. Rent a Segway for a few hours of entertainment. Join in in one of the beach football or volleyball games. Then, head over to one of the dive schools. They’ll bring you to one of a over a hundred varied dive sites along the Mediterranean coast and will be able to tailor something to you no matter what your skill level. If diving isn’t your thing, you can also take one of the boat tours from the marina. There will be plenty of staff competing for your business, so it’s really easy to organise one of the trips. You can take a modern boat or ferry, or a Pirate boat depending on your mood on the day! Better yet, you may be able to get a discount voucher for the boats or ferries by heading to Ruben’s Money Exchange about a 7 minute walk from the marina. Ask any British Expat for directions and they’ll be able to point you in the direction of Ruben’s. When inevitably get hungry, there is delicious fresh seafood grilled in front of your eyes to be had every couple of hundred metres, and delightful fruit juice bars in between. You can head back up the hill to the metro station (a longer 20 minute walk up the hill) and head back to your hotel where you’ll get ready for your last night in Malaga. Take comfort in knowing that you absolutely filled your five days in Malaga to the max!
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