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Stag weekends on the Costa del Sol
Spain’s Costa Del Sol is without doubt, the best known and most visited part of Europe’s coastline, and we here at Benalmadena Rocks have got it all covered to ensure your Stag Do or Lads Weekend will give you all memories of a lifetime. If you can remember them of course. We connect all that the coast has to offer, from every beach and every bar to every boat and every beer. Staying in Torremolinos but want to party in Benalmadena’s all night crazy 24 hr square? Want to go straight on through to a Boozy Breakfast in Benalmadena’s award winning Boat Marina? We have got it covered. With friends in Fuengirola and want to hit the coasts wildest, craziest and coolest Bar Crawl? Yep, all arranged. Maybe Marbella was your preference, or Banus? Perfect, you will still want to dance the evening away on the one and only, the unique, the unsurpassed and the best Boat Party that the Coast has to offer. Say no more, done. Parasailing is forever popular, as are the Go Karts and Buggy Safaris, with the finest of landscapes beckoning, speedy dirt tracks, beautiful mountains, lush riverbeds alongside olive groves, plus orange and lemon orchards galore. Female Strippers, we have them by the bikini load, they are sassy and supreme, never, ever failing to undress and impress. Our VIP Speedboat trip just for you and your crew also beckons. There is champagne on board and then a visit to the Hottest Ticket in Town, where the drinks will flow and a two-course meal awaits in the Costa Del Sols newest and finest coastal dining experience. We do it all, you just decide, and wherever you end up laying your hats, from airport pickup to airport drop-off and everything in-between, Benalmadena Rocks will be with you every step of the way.
Malaga is not just a gateway to the Costa Del Sol, but a gateway to all that Andalucia has to offer, and is one of the most unique and ancient cities in all of Spain, boasting Europe’s best all year round climate conditions. Spain’s finest and most visited ski slopes are just an hour away in Sierra Nevada, while the beaches of Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Marbella and Puerto Banus are all within a 30 minute drive. The Arabic and Moorish history dominates the entirety of Malaga, permeating the very epicentre of the city within the Old Town and the historic walls, and also on the outskirts with the Alcazaba Fortress dominating the skyline and forever protecting the inhabitants. There are an abundance of museums, The Modern Art and the History and Archeology Museums for eg, but with Malaga being the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, the Picasso Museum takes pride of place and has to be on the to do list. In the main square, Malaga has its very own London’s Eye called The Wheel. If you fancy a Tapa then Malaga is not known as La Mecca for no reason and will not disappoint. Head to the central Plaza de la Merced, just a minute or two away from the famous Roman Theatre and feast till your heart is content. Malaga is now of the Mediterranean’s most popular cruise stops, and also has a great tradition in Body Wellness, giving you choice of treatments in healing waters and Thermal Arabic Baths, relaxing both body and mind. Malaga is an extremely traditional and friendly city and will not fail to impress, with the main question being not if you should arrange a visit, but instead, how long can you make the visit last..
Fuengirola, Benalmadena, Torremolinos
Torremolinos is best known for its beautiful, wide open sandy beaches, its plethora of beach bars, chiringuitos and its unparalleled nightlife. It also helps that after leaving Malaga airport , you can hit all three within 10 minutes. Yes, there is a fantastic Waterpark, a stunning town square, tasty tapas everywhere, spectacular Botanical Gardens and Parks galore, but really, it is all about putting on your best beachwear, finding a favourite spot on the sands, then soaking up what you really came here for, namely sun, sun and more sun. A short stroll along the beach promenade, and into Benalmadena you go, your first sight being the world famous and award-winning Boat Marina. This is an active and energetic Port, with 1,100 moorings, stylish shopping, chic cafes, sophisticated restaurants, plus buzzing bars and nightlife. If water sports are your thing, you will be spoiled for choice. Then there is the equally well known and some say infamous, 24 hour square, not for the faint of heart but never a dull moment will be had once there. Catch your breath and hitch a 15 minute ride on the modern cable car to see the spectacular views atop Mount Calamorro. Once done, café con leche in hand, unwind in Benalmadena Old Town, regarded as one of the Costa del Sols most emblematic and charming of places. A little further on and you arrive in Fuengirola, a wonderfully long and lazy part of the coastline. Every morning and evening, you can join the multitude of walkers, joggers and cyclists on the Paseo, a 5km stretch of beach boardwalk and boulevard, and one of Europe’s longest. The medieval Sohail Castle, of Moorish origin, towers high and imperious over the town, and is host to a variety of events, from concerts and festivals to themed markets and sporting occasions. At the very heart of the town is the Yacht Marina, a laid-back brunch and cold beer type of place, which opens out to the expansive beaches on either side. Shops and bazaars abound, sea food cafes are in abundance, with paellas and prawn pil pils being a speciality, a naturalistic zoo is open year-round, and the old Bull Ring is a must see. For golf lovers, you are in paradise, as there are no less than twelve courses situated in and around Fuengirola.
Marbella, Puerto Banus,
Mention Spain, and Marbella will be the first place that springs to mind, followed closely by, and in a photo finish with, Puerto Banus. These two towns have an almost magical, exciting mystique, an aura even, and have been the go-to places for a generation of party goers, sightseers and adventurists, and will continue to be for generations to come. With a stunning backdrop of the Sierra Blanca mountains, 26 kms of the finest of dunes and beaches, a beautiful upmarket marina, hotels fit for royalty, shopping to die for and an absolute multitude of chic cafes, elegant restaurants and a bouncing, flamboyant nightlife, Marbella has been well and truly blessed and is regarded as the Costa del Sols capital. One secret to continued success for Marbella is that you can dine for five pounds or five hundred, stay in frontline hotels for one hundred pounds or a thousand, you choose, Marbella caters for all. If you can drag yourself off the beach, or out of the bars and shops, you will find Marbella is actually surrounding by spectacular natural beauty, forests, woodlands, wild coastlines and all year-round greenery. The locals are all super friendly, enjoying, appreciating and welcoming everybody from everywhere in the world. Head down the few kilometres of the Golden Mile towards Puerto Banus, either by road or gentle stroll along the boardwalk, and you will be left thinking that every large lottery winner in history has decided to reside there. Some of the homes are simply breath-taking, as will be your first sight of Banus and its wonderful, dominant Port. Yes, there are designer shops by the dozen, yes, there are Maserati’s and Ferraris by the score and yes, there are some of the most beautiful and famous people imaginable, but it is all about the boats, the yachts and the cruisers. They are all just super, super size and with a super price tag to match. Banus has everything that Marbella has, and possibly more. A little more pizazz perhaps, an additional amount of glamour possibly, a little extra star quality maybe. Whatever it is, shop, sit, relax and unwind, sip sangria, sample tapas, people watch, car watch, boat watch, smile, laugh, love, enjoy, and you will discover that you will as become as enamoured as us all.