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All reviews narrow streets spanish village beautiful village pretty village white washed houses benalmadena pueblo tapas whitewashed houses well worth a visit la fuente orange trees bars and restaurants plaza espana buddhist temple stunning views the main road watch the world
Took the m121 bus from outside palomino park , very busy as this bus carries on to mijas. Got off at Benalmadina Pueblo and had a walk round the streets and the church which unfortunately was closed. Very pretty town then walked on for 20...More
Definitely worth a visit and is only 1.55 euros each way on the bus from Benalmadena. There is a lovely square called Plaza de Espana where you can get coffee, snacks and tapas. This is near a lovely church and an area of spectacular views.
If you visit Benalmadena you have to go to Pueblo! It feels like a totally different world with narrow streets, a calmer pace, lovely views and quaint houses everywhere. Take bus no M-103 from centre of Benalmadena/Arroyo de Miel. It's a bit of an up...More
Spent a couple of hours just wandering around the beautiful peaceful white washed streets. Lovely small houses with potted plants every where, quaint shops dotted about lovely restaurants, where you can get a snack or drinks. The views are stunning.
Just back from a 3 night stay in the Pueblo and we were blown away by the beauty of the place. It is a million miles away from the coastal resorts in that it is so peaceful and beautiful. Lovely plaza's, pretty little narrow streets,...More
We spend a few hours wandering the streets and viewing sites in the old quarter of Benalmadena; much nicer than walking the beach streets with its cheap souvenir shops and restaurants. Had lunch at a restaurant in the Plaza Espana and enjoyed exploring the streets...More
Response from 867jackiem | Reviewed this property |
There is a supermarket about 250 mtrs away ,and a bus stop approx the same distance away.there really is lots to do in the area and buses are very frequent and go to lots of places of interest. There is a steep hill up to... More
There is a supermarket about 250 mtrs away ,and a bus stop approx the same distance away.there really is lots to do in the area and buses are very frequent and go to lots of places of interest. There is a steep hill up to hotel from main road but you can halve it by entering and exiting via the car park, also they have a shuttle bus to main resort from approx 9am to 5pm ,the pueblo( old town) is worth a trip or 2 approx €20 return or by bus much cheaper
is there a local bus to Benalmadena Pueblo (The Old Village) (2 Replies)
we are staying in torremolinos but have read about the old spanish villiage is there a local bus that would take us there and if so where would we get on it we are staying at the melia hotel on the sea front, also we do love mijas so we are assuming it is very similar to that. many thanks for any help
May 24, 2016|
You will have to go up into town ,and catch the Mijas bus M121 or M112
Manchester, United Kingdom
Bus from Benalmadena to Pueblo (The Old Village) & advice (9 Replies)
Hey, We are staying in Benalmadena from the 21st April, for my girlfriends birthday i'm planning on taking her to Pueblo, The Old Village, as we really like a taste of 'old spain' - which I believe Pueblo will provide. So would you agree - if so any recommendations , highlights at Pueblo which we should head for? We'll go for something to eat so any recommendations in Pueblo would be welcomed. Are the buses regular and should we risk an evening meal or could we end up being stranded?! We...More
April 16, 2013|
For a special treat I agree with La Fuente. There is also La Perla and The Longhorn but La Fuente has a lovely setting as it's in a square with a fountain. A taxi from/to Arroyo is between 8 and 10 euros.
Telford, United Kingdom
Benalmadena Pueblo (The Old Village) (3 Replies)
Can anyone please tell me how we get from Torremolinos to Benalmadena Pueblo (The Old Village) by public transport. Is the trip worth it? Is it better than Mijas?
November 29, 2015|
Benal Pueblo has some lovely parts and is certainly worth a visit - as Mantalk says, all the Mijas buses stop just above it (one stop before the Stupa), certainly worth visiting. A 'day out up there' often involves a stop at Benal Pueblo, then onwards to Mijas, followed by the fast bus down to Fuengirola and then the train back.