Benahavis - town of restaurants - National Park Sierra de las Nieves

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gateway to the
Sierra de las Nieves
Yunquera is a very attractive "pueblo blanco", with incredible views, dense vegetation, sweeping mountains and some of the most beautiful whitewashed buildings and cobbled streets found anywhere in Southern Spain.

Yunquera is the most elevated town in the province of Malaga and has some of the best views in the Sierra de las Nieves - the fifty or so kilometres from Malaga airport or the coast is well worth the trip whether for a weekend or longer.

Growing in popularity as a tourist destination, Yunquera is full of history, wonderful local produce and incredible value restaurants and bars.

An unspoilt paradise
Escudo de Benahavis
Yunquera is a town of around 3000 inhabitants on the main road between Coín and Ronda.  It is an attractive white-washed town with a cobbled main street, a central square and a wide range of local facilities.  There are two interesting museums, an ancient viewing tower and some of the most spectacular views across the Sierra de las Nieves.
You can have the convenience of staying in the village or the camping ground or the privacy of a small house in the mountains.
Yunquera has a fantastic public swimming pool, tennis and basket pool courts, a shaded picnic and barbeque area, a floodlight football stadium...
It has a comprehensive range of local shops and supermarkets, fresh local produce and many traditional restaurants and bars.
Yunquera is a town of Arab origins and you can still find many indications of this as you walk through the narrow labyrinth of streets in the lower part of the town.  
Check out the garden areas of Fontanilla, Plano, La Majada Juan and Río Grande.
Yunquera is a very well kept, traditional Spanish white village that not only has everything you need for a relaxing, enjoyable holiday but is also conveniently situated less than an hour from both the coast and Malaga airport.
Calle Calvario 44,
Yunquera 29410
+34 645 74 86 15 ESP
+34 635 07 90 27 ENG
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