Malaga, Torremolinos, Seville, Granada, Benalmádena… We all think of these cities when we talk about Andalusia, not taking into account that this region hides large secret places that few tourists have yet discovered. That is why today we bring you four little-known spots in Andalusia that will leave you in awe. Enjoy them!

Benalmadena’s Buddhist stupa. In the middle of the Sierra de Mijas and very close to Benalmadena’s centre we find a building in Buddhist architectural style that turns out to be the largest Buddhist temple in Western Europe. If you want to learn about Himalayan culture first hand, you know where to go!

Ronda. A town that hangs over a cliff with a lot of history behind it. With perfectly preserved Arab baths, the first bullring in Spain and places with lots of history, Ronda is an ideal place to go on a trip and discover all that this city hides.

The House of the Navajas in Torremolinos. It is a residential mansion built in the early 20th century in a Neomudéjar style and decoration based on the Alhambra gardens. Just in front of the Bajondillo beach, it is a must see.

The Smurf Town, Júzcar. Do you remember the Smurfs? In a town in Malaga they successfully recreated the smurf village. With blue houses and everything decorated with cartoon elements, it is something very different that deserves a visit.


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