Pueblo Evita is a delightful gated holiday
ownership resort built in typical Andalusian pueblo style and set
between the sea, which is literally down the road, and the mountains on
the Costa del Sol in southern Spain. The resort is very popular for many
reasons. It is perfect for a family holiday being surrounded by gates
along with two outdoor and one indoor heated swimming pool, we also have
a poolside club house offering food and liquid refreshments along with
regular evening entertainment and an animator for daytime activities to
ensure there is no shortage of things to do. On site we have a
supermarket specialising in English products and also a variety of bars
and restaurants. On the doorstep of the resort is a tennis and paddle
club for those who enjoy some exercise while on holiday. The resort also
employs security guards for your extra peace of mind
whilst holidaying with us.
Evita is situated in an excellent position a short way from the
glorious beaches and excellent restaurants at Benalmadena Costa. The
complex has been developed around a villa that was originally built for
Eva Peron, the resort therefore takes it's name from this.
near Pueblo Evita:
There are so many attractions within walking distance that a car is
not a necessity. Within five minutes walk you will find a lovely beach
with many chiringuitos in which to wine and dine. Tivoli World, a super
family theme park is just up the road as is the cable car which takes
you some 800 meters up the mountain to Monte Calamorro which, on top of
having the most wonderful views from various viewing points, is now an
enjoyable recreation area.
There is a handy cafeteria at the top of the mountain with marvellous
views over the Malaga coast.
Pueblo Evita is lucky to have the
only Dolphinarium and Penguinarium in Andalucia very near to it in Selwo
Marina. This also features the most charismatic marine fauna from South
America along with a chance to see dolphins, sea lions and exotic birds.
The spacious Parque Paloma is within a short walk from the resort with
peacocks, hens and various other birds walking at their leisure. The
children love to feed the ducks and watch the swans and turtles in the
lake. Here also there is a cafeteria where you can sit and relax or just
watch the children playing in very pleasant surroundings.
Within fifteen minutes drive from the resort are the Mijas and
Torremolinos aqua parks, Fuengirola Zoo and the wonderful golf course at
You can now see the average monthly
temperatures here on the Costa del Sol and also a rough guide to what
you can expect to pay for a taxi from/to Malaga Airport.
|Pueblo Evita Closing
Dear Owners & Guests, to help you plan
your holidays please note that Pueblo Evita will
be closed in 2014 as of Sunday 5th of January
and will re-open to welcome you on Saturday 25th
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