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Sahara Sunset

Sahara Sunset | Avenida Rocio Jurado s/n , Benalmadena Malaga 29630, Spain


The Sahara Sunset Club boasts Moorish inspired architecture, but this is not its only distinctive feature. This year-round resort is built around a large and beautifully landscaped pool with a bridge spanning over to its own island. Sahara Sunset club has everything required for a first-class vacation.

Each of the beautifully furnished accommodations benefits from its own private balcony or terrace, while leisure facilities include outdoor and indoor pools and a relaxing whirlpool. Guests are welcome to relax throughout the day in the Spa or gym area (charges of €4 per person per session is charged).

You will also find a warm welcome at the Casbah Café where you can enjoy a casual meal and sip exotic delights on the terrace. The hotel only allows under 18’s to be accompanied by a responsible adult. Gym and Spa facilities can only be used by over 16 yr olds. Improvements to the floor titles, stairs and passageways in our Royal Mirage building will be carried out from 4 Nov to 4 Dec 2013. This one small section of the resort will be closed during this period. The management of the hotel apologise for any minor disturbances which you may experience during this time. "Please note that requests for wheelchair accessible accommodation must be confirmed by the resort.Upon arrival, guests are required to provide photo ID and a valid credit card to pre-authorise a €100 security deposit for each apartment."


Hotel facilities

Swimming pool - outdoor seasonal, Wheelchair accessible, Restaurant(s) in hotel, Library, Internet access - wireless, Laundry facilities, Bar/lounge, On-site car rental, Spa tub, Currency exchange, Gift shops or newsstand, Massage - spa treatment room(s), 24-hour front desk, Fitness facilities, Swimming pool - indoor, Sauna, Safe-deposit box at front desk

Room facilities

Bathtub only, Microwave, Satellite television service, Alarm clock, Clock radio, Hair dryer (on request), Complimentary toiletries, Shower/tub combination, Phone, Cable/satellite television channels, Hair dryer, Iron/ironing board, Television, Dishwasher, Coffee/tea maker, Balcony, Refrigerator, In-room safe, Washer/dryer, Direct-dial phone, Kitchen, Shower only, Kitchenette, Air conditioning, DVD player





Enjoy the exciting new attractions, the variety of shows in different places and enjoy the many options to satisfy your appetite between bars and themed restaurants, while enjoying the magnificent ambience of the park.
Among the attractions you can enjoy, among others, the roller coaster, Twister, Jurassic Adventure mysterious ship or the free-fall tower of 60 meters. high and one child, Tivoli Water, Grasshopper,, Tivoli Dragon, Passage of Terror, Giant Ferris Wheel and Child wells, carousels, rides, ... and more.

Performances for all audiences live, live illusion and color!
The Tivoli Theatre outdoors up to 2200 people, the concerts take place with the most important artists of the moment and the best performances for younger children.

Authentic reproduction of a western town where you can taste the best barbecue in Texas Grill enjoy a comprehensive entertainment program of the Far West and Can Can.

A place where the atmosphere and ingredients typical of Andalusian architecture teach us the best of this land.

Meet our children's theme beds, unique atmosphere and dedicated to the smallest: Plaza de la Jungla and Giant Ferris Wheel Square


Bioparc Fuengirola champions a new model of zoo based on respect for nature and the preservation of natural species, a model which has already established itself as a flagship for Europe.

What Bioparc Fuengirola represents is a different concept of zoo. A zoological park where animals live side-by-side, recreating their natural habitat and so fostering their development at all levels. Visitors are stepping inside a true documentary of the deepest tropical woodlands.

There is today no ethical sense in keeping wild animals in captivity unless this helps to preserve their species in the natural world.

Bioparc Fuengirola stands out, among other aspects, for its architectural design as an "immersion zoo", plunging visitors into the animals' native environment. The whole centre is intended as a stroll through an all-surrounding recreation of the creatures' original habitat, providing a solution of continuity between the physical space occupied by the public and by the animals, with the aim of expressing some of the magic involved in walking through the woodlands and discovering their inhabitants.



The Museum of Glass and Crystal is the only museum of its kind in Andalusia and it opened on Sept. 1, 2009. The museum displays about 700 objects of glass and crystal, dating from Egyptian and Roman times to the present. The museum is located in a carefully restored 18th century palace in downtown Malaga, the palace having been built by an Italian family. Unlike other museums that seem sterile, this museum shows the glass and crystal objects in a home setting, with period furniture and decoration of that time. For example, if the glass objects come from the 19th century, the room will have a wood and glass cabinet where these objects are displayed. There will be chairs, sofas, paintings, mirrors, porcelain, lamps and carpets from the 19th century.

The bottom floor has many English stained glass windows with Pre-Raphaelite motifs, such as one made in 1880 by Albert Moore. The stairs going to the second floor have beautiful antique ceramic tiles decorating the stairs. The second floor has the rooms divided by the time periods of the glass and crystal displayed.

There are glass and crystal objects from every important and historic European manufacturer, such as Lalique, Webb, Wedgewood, Galle, Daum, and La Granja. This museum has some of their most beautiful samples, in every conceivable color. A visitor is overwhelmed by the beauty of these objects. The value of these antiques is astronomical.

The early 20th century room has a beautiful painting of a beautiful woman dressed in red. The painter was Henry Gervex, and the painting is called "El Vestido Rojo" (the red dress). This painting calls attention because the young woman portrayed is shown enjoying life. Another beautiful painting shows a beautiful blond woman standing with her son. The boy in the painting was the grandfather of the owner of the museum.

The owner of this private museum is Gonzalo Fernandez-Pietro, who came from Madrid and fell in love with Malaga and now lives permanently in Malaga. He is a very modest man who was educated in Cambridge and speaks English perfectly. The museum shows his very exquisite taste and his passion for collecting glass and crystal, as well as paintings and furniture. The museum really is also a decorative arts museum, with the best examples of period furniture. While this museum is quite large, it does not have enough space to display his whole collection of glass and crystal, which numbers about 3000 pieces. Malaga is very lucky to have this new and unique museum.

On June 18, 2010, the City of Malaga held its First Edition of the Premios Malaga at the Cine Albeniz to honor outstanding citizens of Malaga. Mayor Francisco de la Torre awarded the Culture Award to Gonzalo Fernandez-Prieto. Gonzalo is the first recipient of this award, for his work in opening the new Museum of Glass and Crystal.



The facilities of the Bodega A. Muñoz Cabrera (Dimobe SL) have a small winery located in the center of town at the confluence of three wineries Moclinejo different times. We have a permanent exhibition of tools and machinery used in making wine since 1925 until today. This offer is complemented by a hotel, restaurant and own vineyards where you can make all kinds of events. You can make visits to the cellar for groups, wine tasting, visits to vineyards, wine-food pairings and wine tasting courses.


 The Roman Theatre was built in the age of Augustus and remained in use until the third century. Beginning with the arrival of the Arabs it served as a source of stone for the new structures erected by the conquerors, as occurred with even the most notable ancient monuments. This interesting Roman ruin, which gives an idea of the importance of the city in that era, sits at the foot of the hill on which the Alcazaba stands. In the latter monument are to be found numerous column shafts and capitals that were taken from the theatre and reused. The theatre was discovered in 1951 when the decision was made to put the garden adjacent to the Casa de la Cultura (House of Culture) in order. Once the area that was not covered by the Casa de la Cultura was excavated the archaeologists realised the importance of the find and there was a decision to raze the aforementioned building. Although excavations continue, at this time almost all the elements of the theatre, such as the entrance to the proscenium or stage, the 15-metre orchestra area, the “cávea” (seating area) that that has a radius of 31 metres and is 16 metres high, and a “vomitorium” or theatre entrance door have been uncovered. The theatre can be viewed from a vantage point next to the Alcazaba above the last benches in the cávea.


Beside the Tivoli Park in Arroyo de la Miel there is the Cable Car. It goes up the Calamorro Mountain, which is 771 meters above sea level. One has spectacular views of the coast and on clear days one can see the coasts of Africa. The cable is 5565 meters long and rises 635 meters at a speed of 5 meters/second, so one can reach the top in 10 minutes. This cable car was finished in 2000 and has proved to be one of the more popular attractions in Benalmadena and the Costa del Sol.  

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