Torremolinos, Unesco World Heritage site?

BA’s Highlife mag goes lowlife: “After 40 years of mass tourism, Torremolinos continues to evolve and, away from the coast, it’s a bustling Andalucian town. The high-rise 1950s and 1960s hotels are now admired by fashionable architects. The campaign to make it a Unesco World Heritage site begins here.” I’ve been going to Benidorm for Christmas for years, but keep that to yourselves. (Mercy bucket to El Ciruco, who continues to decline to blog here and wallow in soaring ad revenues.)

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Last updated 17/11/2008

This post pre-dates my organ-grinding days, and may be imported from elsewhere.

Authentic places (1):

Benidorm (2): Benidorm is a city and municipality in the province of Alicante in eastern Spain, on the Mediterranean coast. Benidorm has been a tourist destination within Spain since 1925, when its port was extended and the first hotels were built.

Kaleboel (4325):

Torremolinos (1): Torremolinos is a municipality in Andalusia, southern Spain, west of Málaga.


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