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Just north of Almeria is the Sierra Alhamilla which is a dry rugged landscaped area and was the location of both Lawrence of Arabia and the Sergio Leone Westerns we all know. Some of the old film sets are still in tact and in fact in "Mini Hollywood" you can still watch re-enactments of life in the old west.

Things to Do on the Costa del SolOne of the biggest celebrations in Villanueva de la ConcepciĆ³n is the summer feria which takes place around the15th of August. This celebration is in honour of the patron saint of the village, the Virgin Mary. This is the best time to visit the village as they put on concerts, parties and decorate the village to its utmost, all of this merrymaking starts on Friday.
Things to Do on the Costa del SolThe area around Villanueva de la ConcepciĆ³n on the Costa del Sol is probably one of the best examples of biodiversity and discerning landscapes which is part of a network that includes the Protected Natural Areas. This area a great place for tourist interested in an active holiday as they will find plenty to do with reference to their selected sport.
Things to Do on the Costa del SolTorremolinos is home to the huge Aqualand Water Park situated 10 minutes form the town centre. There is enough to do in this 70,000 square metre park to keep the whole family busy for the entire day. The water slides include the Niagra & Twister, Kamikazi and the Black Hole which
Things to Do on the Costa del SolThe Benalmadena Sea Life Centre is just around the corner from Torremolinos. This sea life centre offers an experience that the whole family will not forget for some time to come. This is the place where you can explore the wonder of sea creatures from the marine world. There are seahorses and colourful tropical fish in tanks for your enjoyment.
Things to Do on the Costa del SolThe Andalucian town of Ronda celebrates the Goyesque Fair during the first week of September. If you're into bullfighting then this is the place to come. This is when all the participants dress in traditional 18th and 19th century costumes as seen in the bullring. If you don't want to watch a bullfight there are parades around town with plenty to see and do.
Things to Do on the Costa del SolThe Municipal Museum of Ronda is located in the historic Mondragon Palace. This museum is dedicated to the history of Ronda from the stone age to its present time. There are some interesting reconstruction exhibits such as the Pileta Cave, a stone age hut and iron age technology including sword making.
Things to Do on the Costa del SolThey named the bridge Puente Nuevo because it was the last one built across the El Tajo gorge. Actually there are three bridges in Ronda, the first one is Puente Romano (Roman Bridge) or as it later became known Puente San Miguel. The second one was built during the Arab occupation and was aptly named Puente Viejo (Old Bridge) or Puente Arab (Arab Bridge).
Things to Do on the Costa del SolRonda is one of a few cities divided by a gorge known as the El Tajo, but the city has a bridge connecting the two halves known as Puente Nuevo or the new bridge. The El Tajo gorge was created by constant erosion from the Rio Guadalevín River which is kept flowing by mountain streams and melting snow emanating from the Sierra de las Nieves.
Things to Do on the Costa del SolTorre Vieja is an old 16th century watch tower used to warn the inhabitants of the local village and surrounding areas of an impending raid by the Barbary Pirates. This is when the pirates would come ashore pillage the village capturing or killing as many of the population as possible only to take them back to Africa and sold at slave markets..
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