Birdlife of Malaga province including the Sierra de las Nieves

Common Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) AB414

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Experience Andalucia’s wild side where wetlands, coastline and limestone mountain peaks provide one of Spain’s richest environments for endemic and migratory birds. This birdwatching holiday in Malaga invites you to enjoy five included excursions over the course of a week. In the company of an English-speaking Birdwatching host, you’ll visit some of the region’s birding hot spots including the direct flight path to and from the Straits. From vast flamingo colonies and endangered steppe species to waders, sea birds, woodland dwellers and birds of prey, grab your binoculars because this holiday is about to take off.

Five included excursions
- Parque de la Paloma (half day)
- Fuente de Piedra and Lagunas de Campillos (full day)
- Osuna and La Lantejuela (full day)
- River Guadalhorce (full day)
- Sierra de Las Nieves National Park (full day)

Encompassed by lush, landscaped gardens this beachfront getaway in Benalmádena has just completed a full refurbishment that’ll see extensive changes across the whole resort. From a light filled stylish lobby to modern rooms with neutral palettes, you’ll be able to take some ‘me’ time in the spa and wellness centre and choose from two pools with sea views. Location wise, it’s one of the best on the Costa del Sol. It's within walking distance of Torremolinos and Benalmadena and close to an award-winning marina and a lively promenade lined with restaurants and bars.

Included with every Hosted Holiday

  • Dedicated welcoming host
  • Resort airport transfers
  • Travel insurance and meals


Saga host

Expert host

Five included excursions

All inclusive - only available with Saga: All meals

Free bar open up to 12 hours a day

Wine, beer and water at lunch and dinner

International flights. Prices are based on return flights with British Airways from London Gatwick. Supplements may apply from other airports

Return transfers direct to your hotel

Minimum 20kg checked luggage, per person


  • 7 nights

  • Benalmádena, Costa del Sol, Spain

  • Multiple

  • All Inclusive

From £1,175 per person

Including optional travel insurance or a price reduction if not required

Common Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) AB414
Close-up of flamingos in lake, Calpe, Alicante, Spain. AB414

Holiday details

Food and drink

Your meals are served buffet-style in the main restaurant and snacks are available throughout the day in the pool bar (extra charge).


Orientation walk • Spanish lessons (available between Nov-Apr) • Quiz night • Two tennis courts (extra charge) • Table tennis


The 368 bedrooms, all with side sea views and a furnished balcony, are air-conditioned from June to the end of September. Most rooms come with a bath and overhead shower.


  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Saga club lounge
  • Wi-Fi
  • TV room
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Fitness area
  • Gym
  • Spa
  • Turkish bath
  • Jacuzzi
  • Sauna
  • Tennis
  • Table tennis

Holiday location

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Local Area

Charming Benalmádena really does have it all. Stretches of coastline and sandy beaches, a hillside Old Town perfect for getting lost in, a marina filled with super yachts and stylish dining options. There’s plenty of culture for those who want to get their history fix including the impressive Colomares Castle that was built in honour of explorer Christopher Columbus, and Málaga, home to some great museums including the Picasso museum and the Automobile & Fashion museum.

A great escape from the UK winter in February. The hotel is well placed for walking both ways along the very long promenade with a variety of aspects to enjoy along the way. There is also a great bus service stopping outside the hotel.

Pauline, Broadstairs

Included excursions

Parque de la Paloma


The first included excursion of the week takes you to Benalmádena’s Parque de la Paloma. Located next to the promenade, this is one of the best-loved parks in Malaga and rated as one of the most beautiful urban parks in Europe. Thanks to the extensive gardens featuring eucalyptus, cypresses and palm trees, and a large artificial pond, the park has become a haven for native and migratory bird species. Parakeets, warblers, starlings, serin and grey and purple herons can all be found here as well as bee-eaters, hoopoes and crossbills. Following a four-kilometre walking trail, we’ll also have the chance to spot sea birds along the marina including gulls, gannets, shearwaters and skuas. It’s the perfect introduction to the area with plenty of time to grab an ice cream at Gelateria di Porto Marina before heading back to the hotel.



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