Benaldamena - History And Climate
Benalmadena is a town arranged between Fuengirola and Torremolinos, with more than enough awesome vacation spots and a wide mixed bag of settlement for the vacationers. In Benalmadena we’ll discover a vast sum of pubs and restaurants for all tastes, and also Puerto Marina and is isolated in several primary urban centers: Benalmadena Costa, Benalmadena Pueblo and Arroyo de la Miel. Puerto Marina and the Solymar square give Benalmadena an extensive variety of possibities to engross ourselves, have a coffee, strive for a stroll or go out partying.
The Solymar square has as of late been recreated and there is currently a superb shopping focus. Also, Benalmadena has a few vacation spots similar to the Sealife aquarium or the Tivoli World carnival in Arroyo de la Miel. In Benalmadena we’ll additionally discover a wide lodging deal, highlighting the Hotel Torrequebrada that has a fairway, restaurants and shows. Benalmadena Costa is a family traveler end, where we can delight in the shore and Benalmadena Pueblo, that still keeps up its Andalucian village appeal and is arranged in the top part of the region, with breath-taking sees over the entire coast.
The principal human presence in Benalmadena, that we know of, dates back to the upper Paleolithic (around 20.000 years in the past), period in which various settlements have been discovered along the Costa del Sol. In Benalmadena the aforementioned remains were discovered in the Cueva del Toro (Mount Calamorro). From this period, there are various remains that we can visit in Benalmadena's Archaeological Museum. The Phoenicians touched base at the coastlines of Benalmadena in the 7th and 8th century b.C., and later on the Romans deserted numerous follow, for instance the remnants of minor towns and angling offices in Torremuelle and Capellania.
The principal urbanized regions were just humble villages and settlements at the starting of the 10th century with the landing of the Muslims. One century after, Benalmadena Pueblo ends up being the core of the people and the starting of a social structure because of the development of a fortification and a walled village. The name of “Benalmadena” hails from this period, initially from the Arabic “Ibn-al-Madena” (offspring of the mines), because of the mines of iron and ocher introduced in the region. After the Christian re-triumph came the darkest period for Benalmadena, where very nearly every last trace of the architectonic remains were obliterated.
The climate in Benalmadena is good like on the entire Costa del Sol, reveling in around 300 days of sun a year and a normal twelve-month temperature of 20ºC. Throughout the hot time of the year’s months (July and August) the temperatures increment respectably (here and there over 40ºC), so we decidedly suggest consistently having a freezing flask of water adjacent to chill and keep hydrated. The ocean’s temperature is cool lasting through the year, aside from for one week in August in which the temperature of the water is truly warm.
Written by : Barbara Brough