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Costa Del Sol Locations-Guide

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The long promenade of this sumptuous tourist village of la Costa del Sol, more than 7 kms long, frames the city from the Mediterranean sea, as counterpoint to the high mountains of la Sierra de Mijas which raise at its back.

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Touristic place situated in the Costa del Sol, at the foot-hill of the sierra de Mijas, from where you get to see the Mediterranean sea.

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The name of Benalmàdena has an Arab origin and means "sons of the mines". Here Ibn-al-Beithar was born, he was a learned muslin who got to be Saladin's doctor and died in Damasco 1248.

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It was founded by the Phoenicians traders of Tiro in the year 1.100 a.C. with the name of Gadir, although there is more ancient news that point to an almost mythological character.

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Inhabited from ancient times, maybe from Phoenician ages, the city gets in the history with the arrival of the Arabs, who called it Estebbuna and Alextebuna. In 1456 it was conquered and practically destroyed by Enrique IV of Castilla.

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Estrabòn told, more than 2.000 years ago, that the city had been founded by the Phoenicians, who built a village by the hill where nowadays it is located the alcazaba, to which they gave the name of Malaka.

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Plinio and Pomponio Mela quote Salduba or "ciudad de la sal" (city of the salt), origin of Marbella today, as city founded by the thirians in 1600 a.C. It must had been a rest area for a large number of roman patricians settled in Hispania..

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San Pedro de Alcántara

Although in its times and without any doubts it was a roman village, the population was founded in the 60's of XIX century by the marquis del Duero as a village of colonization.

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