Port Benamaldena, Puerto Marina,Benamaldena, Spain

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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Updated: 16/10/2014


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