October vol 14, issue 5
We’re more than half way through the year already ! If you have not yet made your reservation for 2018 do it now – contact:
Best Holiday Photo Competition 2018
Best Holiday Photo Competition 2018. Enter our free competition with your best 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!
Only 8 weeks before this competition ends
Post your holiday photos and enter our 2018 competition
To enter, post your best holiday photo, using this hashtag
Pueblo Evita News
Pueblo Evita Club will be closed from 7 January 2019 (so last check-out Sunday 6 January) until Saturday 26 January 2019.

We look forward to welcoming you all again during 2019.

Our roof top pool is now closed for the season although the terrace area remains open for sunbathing

Main outdoor pool open from 10.00 am to 7.00 pm

Pool opening times from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm Pools will alternate between the main outdoor pool and the indoor pool – dependent on weather conditions.
News Special Dishes
This is just a small choice of what tasteful dishes you can try in The Clubhouse. Gaby spends a lot of time creating new recipes for you to enjoy.

As always you can book a “Breakfast Deal” or Half Board for your stay by writing to and reserve any of the SPECIAL NIGHTS; Tapas, Paella, BBQ. Sunday Roast.

Make sure you try Gaby’s deserts too!
Christmas & New Year´s Eve Menu
in The Clubhouse
Click here to see the Christmas Menu           Click here to see the New Year Eves Menu
After a busy summer The Clubhouse has now prepared this year’s Christmas and New Years Eve menus. As usual reservations can be made sending an email to
Activities on site
The weather in Pueblo Evita is fantastic and all guests can enjoy games at the pool including water bingo, champagne games and many other activities which are on every day from Monday to Friday.
Join us for Fun in the Sun!
From Porter to Guardia Civil
Our dear Jesús is leaving us! He has been studying profusely for the past two years and has been admitted to the Civil Guard Academy*. Congratulations to Jesus. He will start his training at the beginning of October.

We want to give our sincere thanks to Jesus for being such a wonderful work colleague and employee during the last 10 years!! He has always been there to give us a hand in almost anything and everything.

We wish him lots of good luck and best wishes for the future.

*The Guardia Civil is a conventional police force. They have the resources, powers and facilities of a normal police force and are generally admired within Spain for their high level of discipline and professionalism. Whilst they are a military force (with military ranks) in peacetime they act under the civil authority. Importantly, the remit of the Guardia Civil is to police rural areas and towns under around 20,000 people.

The Lake Geyser in La Paloma Park
Finally, the geyser of La Paloma Park, one of the most emblematic and visited by tourists & residents corner is back on after nine years of being off. Definitely worth a visit!
Off the beaten track
The Gourmet Market in Fuengirola
The gourmet market in Fuengirola, Mercado La Galería, opened in February, 2016, but became a favourite place for locals and visitors to meet straightaway. Right in the heart of the town, between the Plaza de la Constitución and the sea, Arquitectos Martín have created an attractive space with a barrel-vaulted glass roof that lets the light flood in. Inside the structure, there are a dozen or so outlets with different specialities, flanking a central area with high tables and stools.

Swirling blue and white murals with a Spanish gastronomic theme lend a fun, contemporary vibe.
Artistic murals at La Galeria Gastro market in Fuengirola
The concept is the work of renowned artist Andi Rivas, who is from Cádiz but now lives in Bristol and has also produced artworks for Bar 44 in Cardiff and the Soho neighbourhood in Malaga.

You can pop in just for a drink if you want to. At La Fábrica de Cruzcampo, the beer is delivered from the brewery to tanks above the bar with no added carbonation or pasteurisation, which means it is fresher and tastier - and really cold, as it is kept at -2°C.

But most people are tempted to taste some of the food on offer too. Maybe a plate of prawns straight from the Fuengirola fish market at the Mariscos Pelagambas stall or a soft roll stuffed with chorizo, nachos and chipotle sauce from Molletería Miguita's. The ‘hot bull' brioche, with shredded oxtail, melted Payoyo cheese and rocket, is really good too. Prices range from €2.50 to €6.

La Salmoreteca serves a range of gazpachos and salmorejos. The ajoblanco with a dash of Pedro Ximénez sherry is both refreshing and a bit decadent.
Stop off at the tortilla stall where you can go for the normal potato version or try a wedge of one of the more unusual omelettes such as octopus with squid ink or blue cheese and mushrooms.

If there are a few of you, share a plate of chicken or Camembert croquettes or some cod fritters from Croquetería Pequeños Placeres. But if you want to keep the calories down, have some tuna tataki from Myo Sushi. Kids will probably make a beeline for O Mamma Mia for a slice or two of pizza. Traditionalists can stick with a plate of Dehesa de los Monteros ham followed by a steak from the grill at Primeat. At the Vinoteca La Bordelesa they will advise you on the best wine to have with it.

In the afternoon, take a break with a coffee and a slab of cake from Crumble. And later on, even if you have had dinner somewhere else, you could drop in for a gin and tonic or a cocktail to round off the night.

The stalls are open all day from noon till midnight, and you can have drinks until 2am. The space is also going to be used for exhibitions, wine tastings, cookery demonstrations and book launches, so is a great addition to the cultural as well as the gastronomic scene.

Calle España 5 and Calle Miguel de Cervantes 8-10. Tel: 646 203525.
Key dates on the costa Casino de Torrequebrada

The main shopping centres at the Costa del Sol

Golf Coast, a paradise for golfers

Tourist attractions in Antequera

The Málaga Coastal Path:
A walk around the Mediterranean Sea
Don’t miss in October & November
The Fuengirola Fair: Feria de Fuengirola

Each city, town and village in Spain has an annual fair. In Fuengirola the fair takes place in October, starting with a bang on the 6th with a huge fireworks display. Over the last 20 or so years the feria has increased in size and is now one of...
The Verdiales Music Festival of Malaga

December 28th, right smack in the middle of the Spanish Christmas season, we have the annual Verdiales competitions taking place right outside Málaga City. The festival will bring together competing “pandas” as they are known...
Benalfest - Music Festival in Benalmadena

On October 13th this year Benalmadena will host the first edition of Benalfest a unique music festival in an incredible place: the Parque de los Nadales
We highly recommend this coming season
Butterfly Park
Open all year round
Open all year round
Open all year round
Selwo Marina
Will be open during November and December
Open all year round
Selwo Adventure
Open all year round