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Cable Car Benalmadena - Malaga Theme Parks

CABLE CAR

Ride 769 metres above sea level. Feast your eyes upon the most breathtaking panoramas imaginable. Experience just as they fly across the skies.

A trip through the clouds. The Costa del Sol cable car will take us from Arroyo de la Miel, at the heart of Benalmadena, to the very gates of the sky.

At the peak of the Mount Calamorro, our ultimate destination on the incredible 15 minutes journey, a whole host of the most varied activities await us.

In a miniature bullring, the Andalusian horse shows of its equestrian art, skilfully guided by the hands of its rider, an expert in country dressage.

As we alight, a most unusual mode of transport will be waiting to take us on the Homage Route: a donkey taxi, tribute to Manolo the donkey and Luisa the mule, the beasts of burden that helped to install the cable car by carrying materials across the mountains.

If Shanks’ pony is more to your liking, there are a multitude of paths in which to lose yourself in an open air adventure which will spring the occasional surprise along the way, such as the sudden appearance of an eagle, falcon or vulture. But fear not, for these creatures are part of a supervised exhibition of birds of prey that thrills spectators each day. The occasional owl chick will greet the curios visitor with its round, orange eyes. Meanwhile, a kite will jump from one head to another to take a morsel of food from our hand with its sharp claws in full flight without causing us so much as a scratch, a most exhilaration spectacle.

After such an intensive day, drink or snack in the restaurant area is a must, as is a photo to capture the moments and landscapes enjoyed from this privileged position of the window in the sky.

ADDRESS: Explanada del Tivoli, s/n
Phone 902190482
Opening Hours Open daily from 10:00h.
Opening Hours Summer season: Observation of the constellations

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