El Chorro


Did you know that it is possible to visit El Chorro by train? El Chorro is one of the most beautiful places in the region so as it is a place worth visiting there are some daily trains to there departing from Malaga María Zambrano Station. This means that having a great day outdoors embracing nature is not only easy but also affordable.El Chorro - Hotel Yaramar Fuengirola

El Chorro is a small village of about 250 inhabitants which belongs to Álora, a town in the centre of the Malaga province.

Due to its ecological, historical and paleontological value El Chorro apart from being a village is also a protected hilly area and at the same time one of the most important climbing centres in Europe as it is a perfect place to practice this sport.

In El Chorro there is also a beautiful reservoir commonly known as El Chorro Reservoir, though its official name is Reservoir of the Count of Guadalhorce. This is the most popular and visited reservoir in Malaga as its beauty is outstanding and it offers an extensive variety of services.

El Chorro Reservoir, located between Álora and Ardales, is also an ideal place to practice water sports like canoeing due to the great condition and cleanliness of its water.

Its hiking route is one of the most interesting in Andalusia too as it includes walking through the famous limestone gorge which was formed by the Gualdalhorce River.

If you would like to enjoy nature and get some wonderful views, Hotel Yaramar, your hotel in Fuengirola, recommends you to visit this rural paradise in the core of the Malaga province.

Get to discover the hidden gem of Costa del Sol, it will surely not disappoint!

Beatriz Muñoz
Guest Relations

El Pimpi


Many of you might have heard about “El Pimpi” before or might have even been there if you joined Eduardo, the local interest guide of our Tour Operator, on his weekly visit to Malaga.El Pimpi Malaga - Hotel Yaramar Fuengirola

“El Pimpi” is a legendary place in Malaga. It is a traditional wine bar in the core of the city and the meeting point of many locals.

Its decoration is homey and very typical from Malaga and there you will have the chance to taste some typical wine and tasty food of the region.

During the year “El Pimpi” organises some events and some cultural activities like flamenco shows or poet meetings. Also some distinguished visitors like Antonio Banderas, the Picasso family and many other national artists and celebrities during the years have left their signature there which makes it an even more magic and warm place.

Right beside “El Pimpi” Wine Bar you can find “El Pimpi Marinero” a recently open new concept of establishment where customers can drink lovely cocktails and eat amazing local seafood.

No doubt “El Pimpi” is one of the most special and most famous bars in Costa del Sol, so for this reason Hotel Yaramar, your hotel in Fuengirola, recommends you not to miss it.

If you are looking for a place with lots of charm, that is “El Pimpi”!!

Beatriz Muñoz
Guest Relations

Fuengirola Summer Market


Do you love outdoor summer nights? If you do so and you also are big fan of markets  you might love to know that from now on till the end of August there is an evening market in Fuengirola called “Fuengirola Summer Market”. This market will take place every Friday from 7 p.m at Parque del Yacimiento Romano, here in Los Boliches not very far from Hotel Yaramar.Fuengirola Summer Market - Hotel Yaramar Fuengirola

In October here on the blog we talked about this place as this is where Finca del Secretario is located; a place of great beauty which contains outstanding archeological remains.

This is the 1st edition of the “Fuengirola Summer Market”, a very interesting craft market with about 50 stalls. This new concept of market is not only amazing because it opens in the evening but also because there you can find wonderful handmade stuff, yummy cakes and much more.

The “Fuengirola Summer Market” will be there every Friday till midnight so if this summer you come on holiday to Hotel Yaramar, your hotel in Fuengirola, we recommend you not to miss it!

Support crafters and discover the beauty of the historical heritage of Fuengirola!

Beatriz Muñoz
Guest Relations