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Near Benalmadena

Málaga

Benalmadena is only 19 km away from the city of Malaga. The area that defines the town is the Old Town. This is where you will find the most monuments in the same area and the town's places of interest. The most important 'must-see' monuments are the 'Catedral' (Cathedral), as well as the 'Alcazaba' and 'Gibralfaro' castles. During a short visit to the town, you can't miss its museums which include the Picasso, Thyssen, Museum of Traditional Art and Customs, Sacred Art, Brotherhood of the Expiration…

Bus : From Benalmádena Costa
Tel. 902 450 550 / http://www.avanzabus.com

Train : From Arroyo de la Miel (Centre Benalmádena)
Tel. 902 240 202 / www.renfe.com

Road : A7 o Hiperronda

Marbella

Marbella is located at just 45 km from Benalmadena. One of the most emblematic places of this city is definitely 'Puerto Banus', where you can see the biggest and most luxurious yachts in the world, as well as shops of big international fashion brands and luxurious items.
At the foot of 'Sierra Blanca' you will find the historical area of Marbella, where a visit to the 'Plaza de los Naranjos', 'Iglesia Mayor de la Encarnación', the 11th century Arabic Citadel and the 'Antigua Casa del Corregidor', is a must, among other buildings.

Bus From Benalmádena Costa
Tel. 902 450 550 / http://www.avanzabus.com

Road : A 7

Ronda

Ronda is situated at 92 km from Benalmadena in the most north-western area within the province of Malaga and it is surrounded by a huge line of medium-altitude mountains. It is one of the oldest Spanish cities which dates back to prehistoric times, and among its most important remains, it features the 'Cueva de la Pileta' as well as numerous sets of megalithic monuments among which include the 'Dolmen del Chopo'. Among its most well-known monuments, you will find the 'Puente Nuevo' (New Bridge). The romantic image of the city is undoubtedly shaped by banditry and bullfighting. However, the cultural and traditional wealth of 'Ronda' is richer in variety, and this is what currently attracts visitors.

Bus : From Benalmádena Costa
Tel. 902 450 550 / www.avanzabus.com

Train : From Train Station RENFE Málaga
Tel. 902 24 02 02 / www.renfe.com

Road : A7 - A397 (From San Pedro de Alcántara)

Antequera

The city of Antequera situated in the province of Malaga, is located at Andalusia's main crossroads and is a must-visit for all-time travellers. Its magnificent group of monuments are the fruit of its historical past and captured in more than fifty buildings of religious and civil architecture. Among its attractive monuments, you will find the most important megalithic structures in Europe and the surprising karst landscape of 'El Torcal'.

Bus : From Málaga
Tel. 952 35 00 61

Train : From Train Station RENFE Málaga
Tel. 902 24 02 02 / www.renfe.com

Road : A7

Granada

Situated in Eastern Andalusia at 142 km from Benalmadena, Granada is one of the cities which has the most cultural heritage in the country. In addition to the world-famous 'Alhambra' and the 'Albaicín' district, which are designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Granada has a Renaissance cathedral that began its construction during the 16th century. Many other monuments are dotted over each corner of the city, such as 'Capilla Real' (Royal Chapel), 'Monasterio de la Caruja' (Cartuja Monastery), 'Monasterio de San Jerónimo' (The Monastery of St. Jerome), 'Parque de las Ciencias' (The Science Park), as well as different museums and gardens.

Bus : From Málaga

Tel. 902 42 22 42 / www.alsa.es

Road : A 7

Sierra Nevada

The southernmost ski resort in Europe, located at only 258 km from Benalmadena. As an essential part of Andalusia's tourist attractions and an international benchmark of snow tourism, 'Sierra Nevada' offers the possibility to enjoy an enviable climate while practising sport or contemplating nature due to its privileged location. 'Sierra Nevada' offers more than 100 km of slopes, 22 ski lifts, a family area and a snow park.

Bus : Excellent combinations between Málaga - Granada - Sierra Nevada

Road : A 7

Córdoba

Located within the Andalusian Autonomous Community at only 176 km from Benalmadena, Cordoba is a millennial city and has been declared as a World Heritage site. A walk around the old centre of Cordoba, allows you to discover its beautiful network of small streets, alleys, squares and whitewashed courtyards arranged around the Mosque-cathedral, which is an authentic symbol of the city.
In Cordoba's special district named 'La Judería', you will find a maze of small streets that belonged to the city's Jewish quarter during their time, where the Synagogue stands out, which is the only one in Andalusia. Another one of the grand monuments in Cordoba that has to be visited due to its history and beauty is the 'Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos', which was built during the 14th century.
This city also boasts museums such as the 'Museo de Bellas Artes' (Museum of Fine Arts), the 'Museo Arqueológico' (Archaeological Museum), the 'Taurino' (Bullfighting Museum), and the 'Museo de los Patios y de Julio Romero Torres' (Museum of Julio Romero Torres)..

Bus : From Málaga
Tel. 902 42 22 42 / www.alsa.es

Train : From Train Station RENFE Málaga trenes AVE y media distancia
Tel. 902 24 02 02 / www.renfe.com

Road : A 7

Sevilla

The Andalusian capital, which is located at 223 km from Benalmadena, is home to an interesting group of buildings such as the 'Catedral' (Cathedral), the 'Reales Alcázares' (Royal Palaces), and the 'Archivo de Indias' (Archive of the Indies), and these are declared as World Heritage sites by UNESCO. Nowadays, the famous 'Giralada' tower and the 'Patio de los Naranjos' (Orange Tree Courtyard) are conserved, which were inherited from the Arabs. By the banks of the Guadalquivir River, you will also be able to discover the 'Torre de Oro' (Gold Tower), which is a construction of Arab origin built during the 13th century, where you will also find the 'Museo Naval' (Naval Museum) and the 'Isla de la Cartuja' (Island of the Charterhouse).
Seville has 'museos de Bellas Artes' (museums of Fine Arts), the 'Museo Catedralicio' (Cathedral Museum), and the 'Museo de la Condesa de Lebrija' (Countess of Lebrija Museum), among others.

Bus : From Málaga
Telf. 902 42 22 42 / www.alsa.es

Train : From Train Station RENFE Málaga trenes de media distancia
Telf. 902 24 02 02 / www.renfe.com

Road : A 7