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Benarrabá

Benarrabá

This hidden village can only be approached by car, along its own short but mountainous 3-kilometre road. To find the turn off, look for Gaucín on the map and the junction to the right is 5 kilometres to the north. The municipal district was probably much larger as the pueblo was once the site of an important village.

Before heading down the winding lane at the junction of the Gaucin road, take a look at the hill that the road curves around, which the locals call Monte Poron. This is meant to be the site of the local seat of power, whose castle dominated the area.

Calle Pósito is turned into a medieval village and where a large proportion of the villagers dress for the occasion. The street is full on both sides with local products, mainly food stuffs, as well local bars take part in the theme. Visitor form other villages, Ronda, and the coast take the opportunity to buy last minute presents ahead of the 'reyes'.

Set in Benarrabá, Benarrabá Hostel features a bar, shared lounge, terrace, and free WiFi. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a children's playground. The accommodation offers room service, a concierge service and organising tours for guests.