Apartment for 5 people in Benalmádena

Modern and comfortable 5 persons apartment in Mediterra in Benalmádena, Andalusia, Spain. The apartment is located in a beautiful resort on a hill with fantastic sea views. Within walking distance of the golf course Torrequebrada and restaurant Finca las Caballeros with paddle tennis court. The beach Torrequebrada playa is 2 kilometers away from the accommodation.

The apartment has a spacious living room and a fully equipped kitchen, a large south facing terrace with sea view, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The second bedroom sleeps 3, with a bunk bed and a separate single bed. The resort Mediterra has a communal subtropical garden with 3 swimming pools on different levels with a waterfall plus a separate children's pool. Toilets and showers are available by the pool and sunbeds are free to use. Guests in Mediterra can also make free use of the gym available at the complex. The comfort and quiet location and the proximity of beach and golf make this an ideal apartment for your holiday in Spain with family or friends.


Living room
Spacious living room with sitting area, dining area, two sofas and a dining table with 5 chairs and sliding doors to the terrace.
INSIDE: Central air conditioning cold/warm in all rooms.
ENTERTAINMENT: Flatscreen TV with many channels from most European countries.
INTERNET: Free WiFi with 100Mbps speed.


Luxe kitchen with ceramic hob, extractor hood, oven, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, coffee machine, water cooker, toaster and granite worktop.


Laundry room
Utillety room with storage and washing machine.


Two bedrooms with air conditioning and heating. The master bedroom has a double bed, walk-in closet, bathroom en-suite and a sliding door to the terrace. The second bedroom has a single bed plus a bunk bed and plenty of wardrobe space.


Two modern bathrooms. Ensuite bathroom with walk-in shower, bathroom cabinet with washbasin and a toilet. The second bathroom also has a walk-in shower, bathroom cabinet with sink and toilet.


Ample covered terrace with 6 seater dining table with 6 patio chairs and two relax chairs. From the terrace and the living room you can enjoy the beautiful view over the swimming pools to the coast and the sea.


Swimming pool
Lovely landscaped swimming pools with a children's pool and sun terraces with free to use sunbeds, showers and toilets. The pools are interconnected by cascades and fountains and surrounded by beautiful flowers and palms.
COVID-19 update pool. The pool is open but has a limited capacity for the use of the pool and sunbeds. A minimum distance of 2 meters must be kept at all times between the families or groups of other accommodations.


The luxury Resort Mediterra has beautifully landscaped subtropical gardens with a pavilion, several swimming pools connected by cascades and fountains and surrounded by beautiful flowers and palms. The resort has a communal gymnasium which can be used FREE of charge. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the gym is closed until further notice.


Communal parking at the apartment.


For this apartment you will need a car.


The Mediterra complex is completely fenced off. You enter via an automatic gate with remote control.


More information

  • Nearest village/city centre: Benalmádena Pueblo at 3 kilometres from the apartment
  • Nearth coast: Mediterranean Sea at 2 km
  • near park: Parque Paloma at 4 kilometers
  • Nearest airport: Malaga aerort at 15 kilometres
  • public transport: bus within 1000 metres and train within 3 kilometres of the apartment
  • non smoking accommodation
  • Pets are not allowed
  • The accommodation is very suitable for families with children

Features and services included in the rental price of the apartment

  • Internet (WiFi)
  • vacuum cleaner and iron and ironing board
  • bedding and towels
  • free fitness area
  • electric heating and air conditioning in the living room and both bedrooms

Features and services at extra cost

  • child's bed/baby-bed and high chair (on request)

Entertainment and leisure for your holidays in Benalmádena, Andalusiaë

  • restaurant Finca Los Caballeros with paddle tennis at walking distance within 250 meters from the apartment
  • supermarket Mercadona at 1,5 km. shopping and restaurants in Benalmádena at 4 km and in Fuengirola at 8 km
  • amusement park: Tivoli World at 3 kilometers
  • zoo: Bioparc Fuengirola at 12 kilometres
  • water park: Aquamijas at 11 kilometres

Sightseeing and culture in Benalmádena, Andalusiaë

  • Castle: Castillo Sohail at 12 kilometres and Castillo de Gibralfaro in Malaga at 23 kilometres
  • historic site: Casco Antiguo Marbella at 40 kilometres, Alcazaba de Málaga at 23 kilometres
  • museum: several museums in Malaga including Picasso museum at 23 kilometers

Sports activities

  • walking: along the beach at 2 km.
  • hiking: the mountains of Mijas at 12 kilometers distance
  • water sports: various water sports in the port of Benalmadena at 5 km and the port of Fuengirola at 9 km
  • golf: Torrequebrada Golf at 650 kilometres and parador de Málaga golf club at 12 kilometres.

Official accommodation identification number: VFT/MA/28530


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Prices in € per Week
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01/09/2022 01/11/2022 € 1,029
01/11/2022 21/12/2022 € 798
21/12/2022 01/01/2023 € 1,029
01/01/2023 01/04/2023 € 798
01/04/2023 01/07/2023 € 1,029
01/07/2023 01/09/2023 € 1,295
01/09/2023 01/11/2023 € 1,029
01/11/2023 23/12/2023 € 798
23/12/2023 07/01/2024 € 1,029
Services included in the rental price
Optional Extras
Aerobed including bed linen € 55.00 per booking
Beach towels based on the number of persons € 5.00 per person
Cot including linen € 50.00 per booking
Grocery pack € 50.00 per booking
high chair € 20.00 per booking
Travel and Cancellation Insurance € 13.63 per person

* to be charged in certain periods



This accommodation is not available for weekends, parties and / or celebrations only.

In order to improve the quality of your check-in on site, we recommend that you pay the full amount before your arrival. This is the total amount including extras and deposit.

Arrival outside office hours.
After 17:00 hours or in the weekend, the entire amount must be paid in advance.

Upon arrival on Monday to Friday before 17:00 you will be personally checked in and escorted to your holiday accommodation. The keys will then be handed over to you in our office. For arrivals after 17:00 or during Sundays and public holidays, you can get keys from one of our key safes. The route and details will then be sent to you by e-mail.


  • Accommodation for the indicated number of people
  • Accommodation on 1 level
  • Online availability calendar
  • Bars and restaurants within 500 m.
  • Elevator
  • Pool for children
  • Communal garden
  • Resort accommodation
  • Air conditioning
  • Heating
  • Internet connection
  • Cable/Satellite television
  • Television
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Bedlinen included in rental price
  • Towels
  • Non smoking accommodation
  • Fitness Area in the complex
  • Golf course within 500 m.
  • Hiking trails within 500 m.
  • Cycling within 500 m.
  • Snorkelling within 2 km.
  • Guest reviews and ratings

    Number of clients who have reviewed this accommodation



    The rating of the design, the furniture and the decoration in the living room, dining room and the bedrooms.
    Valuation of comfort and quality of the terraces (covered and uncovered), the barbecue and the outdoor furniture. 8.4

    Peace and tranquillity

    Valuation of the privacy in the garden of the accommodation: visibility from the road, distance from the neighbours etc. A tranquil situation will be valued according to the noise level of the surroundings: busy streets, town, beach etc.

    Garden and swimming pool

    The garden and the swimming pool are valued according to size, design, quality and comfort.


    Valuation of the views of the surrounding from the accommodation.
    (Is not included in the average score)


    The kitchen is valued to size, design, available equipment and comfort.


    The bathrooms are valued to size, design, equipment and comfort offered.

    Global Review

    Tenants reviews for Apartment Mediterra 218
    Min 0 - Max 10
    Families with older children
    Verenigd Koninkrijk
    September 2021
    Excellent accommodation. Would highly recommend. Stylish modern décor. Everything you needed for a self catering holiday was at the apartment. Can not fault it. 10
    Families with young children
    August 2021
    Everything was great! (As usual) 9.7
    Families with young children
    August 2021
    Great apartment in a beautiful community! The 3 pools are very enjoyable! 9.7
    Families with young children
    August 2020
    Het was weer top! Bedankt!! 9.8



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