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Cruises, Beaches and Cerveza; Benalmadena Stag Dos

Red7 , June 18, 2013

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It’s called the Costa del Sol for a reason and Benalmadena, just down the road from Malaga, is no exception. With the sun shining 300 days of the year, it’s easy to see why this area of Spain is so popular with, well, everyone, but especially the Brits! There’s loads of bars and restaurants in the area, but the Puerto Marina has the best selection, and with an option to walk down the promenade (Paseo Maritimo) to neighbouring town Torremolinos. However,  there is so much to do for a stags in Benalmadena itself that it would seem rude not check out some of the options…

During the day, there is the chance to go scuba diving, starting with taster courses for the beginners, through to guided tours amongst reefs and sunken wrecks for those with more experience, which are not for the faint hearted. Or, why not jump aboard a party boat? Where for two languid hours sitting on the deck of a luxury catamaran, would-be sailors can drink beers and cocktails, soak up the rays, and witness the fine views of the Spanish coastline to their hearts’ content. This comes with the added option to bring lap dancers or strippers on board for some less relaxing frolics…

For those with a more bloodthirsty side, a trip into the countryside to play paintball is a must. Unleash the Rambo within and take each other on with the latest high pressure semi-automatic guns, camouflage gear, and all the free flowing adrenaline you can muster. This is sure to be a sweaty day to remember and those beers will taste all the more delicious for the effort, not to mention the attention the battle wounds will deliver when back in town!

Finally, one not to be missed is the cable car (Teleferico) located near to the Tivoli amusement park. This climbs 635 metres and is 5.5km long allowing for a leisurely ride up to the peak of Calamarro mountain, which stands 771 metres above sea level. The views from here are spectacular and on a good day, the Moroccan coastline (and beyond) is visible, and perhaps allows a view to the next trip to be taken with the lads?

At night, there are the archetypical bars and clubs that Spain is famous for.  The bars serve tapas y cerveza all night long and do not disappoint, try out the ‘Pimientos de Padron’ for some spicy deep fried peppers. After having something to eat, head over to the infamous 24 hour square for the younger crowd, or the Puerto Marina for the more discerning gentleman, or head over to one of the many karaoke bars, scream a Bon Jovi classic and drink a few cocktails with the women wowed by your vocal prowess. After this there are loads of clubs to dance the night away, try the Discoteca Kiu or Mango’s Nightclub.

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