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Málaga

  • Málaga

    Málaga is a province in the Andalucia region in southern Spain. The provincial capital, also called Málaga, is a bustling, lively city with strong cultural links and a gastronomic haven.

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  • Benalmádena

    Benalmádena has plenty to offer its visitors! Benalmádena Pueblo is a whitewashed Andalucian village about three kilometers inland with traditional buildings and modern architectural styles. Benalmádena Costa is on the coast and has hotels, beaches, shopping arcades and a marina with walkways close to the boats and views out to sea.

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  • Bioparc Fuengirola

    Avenida Camilo José Cela, 29640 Fuengirola
    Tel: +34 952 666 301
    Open: 10.00 – Sundown (about 18.00 spring & winter)

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    Bioparc Fuengirola is a zoological park where animals live side by side, recreating their natural habitat and fostering their development at all levels.

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  • Crocodile Park Torremolinos

    Calle Cuba 14, Torremolinos
    Tel: +34 952 051 782
    Open: All year from 11.00 to Sundown (about 18.00 in winter)

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    How would you like to hold a crocodile and have your photo taken with these fascinating creatures.

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  • Istán

    Istán is a white-washed village in the Sierra de las Nieves natural reserve, 15 kilometres to the north of Marbella. The drive to Istán is beautiful. Leaving the hustle and bustle of the coast behind, you are suddenly surrounded by green hills and trees and a view of the famous La Concha.

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  • Lobo Park Antequera

    Lobo Park Ctra. Antequera, Álora (A343) Km 16, 29200 Antequera, Málaga
    Tel: +34 952 031 107
    Open: Daily from 10.00 - 18.00 (Closed Wednesdays )(Closed Dec 25 & Jan 1)

    The Lobo Park in Antequera allows you to observe and understand the dynamics of a wolf pack – one of the most social and team-oriented animals on earth. Located in the heart of Andalucia in Spain and situated on approximately 400,000 m² of land for huge enclosures for the wolves, the park was founded by Daniel Weigend and Alexandra Stieber as a private initiative in 2002.

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  • Mayan Monkey Mijas

    Plaza Virgén de la Peña Mijas Pueblo
    Tel: +34 951 052 772
    Open: Monday to Sunday 10.30 - 18.30

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    This may be the world’s smallest chocolate factory, but it hand makes the most amazing chocolate you have ever tasted. They hold chocolate making workshops their Express Workshop is available 7 days a week from 11.00-19.00. Taking just 15 minutes you can make your own bars of chocolate and there is no need to book. But, if you prefer a more in-depth experience they will offer you their Hour Long Chocolate Experience.

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  • Mijas Costa & Pueblo

    Mijas has a privileged position between the sea and the mountains, making it one of the most attractive tourist destinations on the Costa del Sol. Mijas Pueblo is one of the most charming white-washed villiages in Andalusia about 430 metres above sea level. Mijas Costa is the commercial and residential area to the west of Fuengirola on the Mediterranean coast.

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  • Nerja & Frigiliana

    Nerja is a popular coastal resort town about 50 kilometres east of Málaga. Frigiliana is about seven kilometres north of Nerja and it is a typical white village (pueblo blanco).

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  • Pompidou Centre Málaga

    Pasaje Doctor Carrillo Casaux Muelle Uno, Puerto de Malaga
    Tel: +34 951 926 200
    Open: 9.30 - 20.00 A small entrance fee, free under 18s & disabled. And on Sundays after 16.00. Closed Tuesdays

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    The Pompidou Centre in Málaga is hidden beneath a ‘rubik’ like cube, whose colours allow the sun to pass through them as it rises over the horizon. The symbolising colours are red, green and yellow. The cube seems imposing enough, but there are two floors beneath the surface. There is also an events hall, a café and a store.

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  • Selwo Aventura Estepona

    CN340 Km 162.5, 29680 Estepona
    Tel: +34 902 190 482
    Open: Closed January 8 - February 19 / January - May & September - December 10.00-18.00 / June - August 10.00-21.00

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    Take a Serengeti Safari in an all terrain vehicle, see hippos, giraffes, zebra, rhinos, bird Canyon, antelopes, Lynx.

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  • Selwo Marina Delfinarium Benalmádena

    Parque de la Paloma, 29630 Benalmádena
    Tel: +34 902 190 482
    Open: January - May & September - December 10.00-18.00 / June - August 10.00-21.00 / Closed January 8 - February 19

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    A team of expert veterinarians and keepers are in charge of the animals at Selwo Marina Delfinarium. See the Dolphin and Sea Lion show, feed the penguins and so much more.

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  • Teleférico Cablecar Benalmádena

    Av. Tivoli s/n, 29631 Benalmádena
    Tel: +34 902 190 482
    Open: Closed 9 January - 16 February / Feb, March, Oct 11.00-18.00 / April, May, June, Sept 11.00-19.00 / July, Aug 10.00-19.00 / Nov, Dec 11.00-17.00

    The Teleférico (Cablecar) can be found opposite the Tivoli Amusement Park entrance in Benalmádena. The three kilometre journey from Benalmádena to the summit of Mount Calamorro (about 800 metres above sea level) usually takes about 15 minutes. The views from the top are magnificent.

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  • Tivoli World Benalmádena

    Autovia A7 Km 222, Arroyo de la Miel, 29630 Benalmádena
    Tel: +34 952 577 016
    Open: 12.00-19.00 in Winter / 18.00-01.00 in Summer / Closed November & December

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    Tivoli World is an amusement park in Benalmádena, to the west of Málaga on the Costa del Sol, offering over forty attractions for all ages.

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