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Manilva

Distance to Málaga: 95 kms
Surface: 35 square kilometres
Inhabitants: 10.000 people
Altitude: 128 m.
Name given to the people: Manilveños
 
Highlight Routes
Archeological and monumental route
Footprints from the past on Manilva

This destination on the Andalucian coast, known for its splendid beaches, will surprise the traveller with an archaeological and monumental route of enormous cultural and historical interest.

Uva moscatel y sabor marinero

Besugo (sea bream), salmonete (red mullet), mero (sea bass) and bonito are the dishes most frequently encountered in this village’s gastronomy.

Manilva. Beaches with history

In a privileged enclave of the Costa del Sol, Manilva has 8 kms of splendid beaches which stand out for their complete services and its magnificent state of conservation. The golf and nautical offer complete the attractive of this destiny.

The municipality of Manilva, in the shore of the Mediterranean Sea, founds itself equidistant from the two main tourist centers of Andalusia: Sotogrande and Marbella. At twenty minutes from Puerto Banús and with an annual average temperature of 18 degrees C, nothing is better than to enjoy the sun, thanks to its 8 kilometers of wide and clean beaches, with fine sand and clean and crystalline water, which offer all kind of services and are award winners every year with the Blue Flag of the European Seas: Punta Chullera, Playa de la Duquesa, Playa de Sabinillas, Playa de las Arenas, Playa Cala de la Sardina, Playa del Negro, Playa de los Toros and Playa del Puerto Deportivo.

The town also offers magnificent facilities for the practice of any sport, with al specialized gold and nautical offer. We must highlight the Golf Course of “La Duquesa”, a fabulous round of 18 holes integrated in an unbeatable environment where the climate mildness permit the visitors to enjoy the practice of this sport every day of the year


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Highways
Accesos Manilva

How to Get There

From any point on the Costa del Sol, take the Mediterranean expressway towards Cádiz. Beginning at Estepona there are two options: either continue on the aforementioned AP-7 expressway, or else get onto the old coastal highway N-340. In either case, the signs for Manilva will leave no doubt, but you must take the A-377. The village is very close to the coast and halfway between the two aforementioned routes.

 
Bus station
Estación de Autobuses de Manilva

Tel. 952 800 249 / 952 802 954

 


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Information

Website
Ayuntamiento de Manilva

Calle Mar, 34. 29691, Málaga.
Tel (34) 952 890 065. Fax: (34) 952 890 066.
<b>Tourist Office</b>
Tel. (34)952 890 845; Fax: (34) 952 890 845

Patronato de Turismo de la Costa del Sol
 
Articles in pdf
Rutas Culturales: Manilva- Ruta Arqueológica y Monumental
 
Tourist Information Offices
Oficina de Turismo de Manilva

Ctra. Sabinillas-Manilva, km. 0,5
C.P.: 29691. Tel. 952890845 . Fax. 952893175

 

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Routes through Manilva
Archeological and monumental route
Footprints from the past on Manilva
 
 
 
 
 
 

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