April vol 17, issue 2
We hope you have had a good start to the Spring season and already have your visit to Pueblo Evita planned. If not contact
Most Original Holiday
Photo Competition 2019
Most Original Holiday Photo Competition 2019. Enter our free competition with your Most Original Holiday Photo to win a free week in a one bedroom standard apartment at either Pueblo Evita or Fairways Club.
Follow the instructions on our Facebook page and may the best photo win!
#LovePuebloEvita to enter, post your Most Original Holiday Photo, using this hashtag
Pueblo Evita News
We are proud to announce that during the month of March we collected our RCI awards for 2018 which include the Hospitality award for our standard apartments - Pueblo Evita Club and the Silver Crown for Elite apartments at Pueblo Evita. We would like to thank and praise all members of staff for all their hard work in achieving this recognition. Well done all!
Our Staff News
After many year´s service, initially at Fairways Club in Tenerife and latterly at Pueblo Evita in the same role, we announce the departure of Dagmara.
Many of you may not be aware that Dagmara’s home is in Tenerife, where her daughter now lives, and she will return to the island in April.
She will be remembered fondly at Pueblo Evita for commissioning the many murals that you see created within the complex.
Work that our multi-talented maintenance crew carried out under her guidance.

Dagmara gave many years dedicated service to the company and we are sure that those that know her wish her well in her new ventures in Tenerife, as do we.
With the departure of Dagmara another familiar face will fill the role of Senior Manager for the complex.
As with most of our staff, Sara has been with us for many years and is known to many for her friendly smile and helpful nature at reception. In her own time, over the last few years, Sara has studied and completed a full college course on all aspects of resort and hotel management.
In recognition of this and along with her vast experience with us and her excellent client services skills, Sara will keep a steady eye on all operations along with Emil, our duty manager, continuing to ensure you have the best holiday you can.
Swimming pool - Opening Hours

Our roof top pool is now closed for the season although the terrace area remains open for sunbathing. It will re-open in June!

Pool opening times from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm
Pool opening times from 10.00 am to 7.00 pm

Indoor pool: Closing in April, subject to weather conditions.

Clubhouse News
Only just recently, the Clubhouse, Susana, Eduardo and Gaby, have introduced a new and delicious Half-board menu, this time not only more varied but also with some typical Spanish dishes, do not miss tasting their lovely meals on your next visit, you will not regret it or you will if you don’t!...
Click here to find out more about the new half-board menu
Live Music in Malaga
The live music scene in Malaga is phenomenal with the bands and gigs playing all kinds of songs ranging from pop, rock, blues, soul etc. The Mediterranean climate, the great ambience and the melodious tunes sets the mood for a pleasurable time, whether you are spending time with your family or just hanging out with friends.

Entertainment bars such as ZZ club and Velvet Club offer various musical events that transport you to the wonderful world of music where you can enjoy the compositions of many international artists.
ZZ PUB first opened its doors in 1991, in Torremolinos, and is amongst the very few Live music scenes in Málaga. The club has frequent live music concerts and also is a great place for music lovers to enjoy different genres of music such as rock, soul music, indie, blues, funk, etc. The place also offers their own collection of merchandise.
THE VELVET CLUB, considered to be Malaga’s vital music venue is a trendy place to hang out with your friends. The club hosts gigs of a variety of music bands, both national and international every week, and people can listen to different kinds of music every time they visit.
Off the beaten track - Villages & Small Towns
Villages of the Guadalhorce Valley
Easily accessible from Malaga are a series of villages nestling in the Guadalhorce valley. The closest to Malaga on the A357 is Cártama, once a strategic stronghold for the Romans and the Moors who built a castle there. Just beyond is the small but historically interesting Pizarra. Further north is Álora, the biggest place along this route, with steep, cobbled streets leading up to a ruined Moorish...
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Pueblos Blancos of the Serranía de Ronda

The mountain range of the Serranía de Ronda is dotted with many hilltop whitewashed villages topped by Moorish castles. Since the 19th century when it attracted a whole host of illustrious visitors, the most popular of these has undoubtedly been Ronda. In a much-photographed stunning position on the top of the sheer-sided Tajo gorge, Ronda is remarkably appealing with a beautifully preserved old town and many great bars and restaurants...
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Northern Historic Villages
The main town to the north of Malaga city is Antequera, a town almost buried under its weighty, rich history with a plethora of monuments, such as a scattering of prehistoric dolmens, a Moorish castle, Roman baths and many fine churches. It´s a good base for exploring the three impressive natural sites nearby: the weirdly eroded limestone landscape of the Torcal de Antequera Natural Park, the magnificent gorge of the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes Natural Park...
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Remote Villages of the Axarquía Region

The regional capital of this mountainous area is Vélez-Málaga, a market town well worth a visit with a lively market on Thursday. The limestone mountain range of the Sierra Almijara, part of the immense Sierras of Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama Natural Park that straddles Malaga and Granada provinces, looms over the picturesque Moorish village of Frigiliana only 7km north of the coast and Nerja, Cómpeta...
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Key dates on the costa Easter week in Málaga, “Traditions and Legends"

The International People’s Fair in Fuengirola 2019

The Cruces de Mayo on the Costa del Sol

White Night in Málaga – “Noche en Blanco
Pueblo Evita has talent
Once more, Pueblo Evita dresses up for the Carnaval with some of our staff. Paco Carmona, as we have mentioned in other issues, is part of a big family, and every year, they all get together and join the tradition. All their dresses and gowns are hand-made by themselves which takes them careful thought and elaboration for months before in an effort to surprise the public and the judges by their great work.

Benalmádena Carnaval is becoming more popular each year as more and more families and friends take part in this competition, not necessarily for the prize money but for the great fun they all have and with the aim to keep the tradition going and passed onto younger generations.

This year their theme was “La Mari se posa” which is a play on words and means The Mary lands, Mari being shortened for Maria and where mariposa means butterfly. Ladies were dressed as butterflies and men as explorers, wonderful work!
We highly recommend this coming season
Butterfly Park
Open all year round
Open all year round
Open all year round
Selwo Adventure
Open from 15th January
Open from 15th January
Parque La Paloma
Open all year round