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Port Benamaldena, Puerto Marina,Benamaldena, Spain

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Es uno de los Puertos mas bonitos de la Costa del Sol malagueña.Desde su construccion ha recibido varios nombre,el primero Puerto Principe, derivado de un magnate que lo sufrago; El actual es Puerto Marina.Su situacion es privilegiada entre Torremolinos y Marbella.

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