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A Stupa is certainly not a building you would expect to find on the Costa del Sol. Though it stands out, it still fits in, because of its beauty, the peaceful atmosphere (enhanced by the soft music playing from the souvenir shop) and the stunning...More
We stopped nearby to admire the view from the Mirador and we were amazed to see the curious looking temple as we have not travelled to Buddhist countries before. Really interesting and seemed to be genuinely decorated. As far as I understood they also perform...More
The Stupa (or Estupa as locals write) is a strange dome-like building at the edge of Benalmadena city, just on the hill. Looks astonishing and attractive from long distance.
Simplest way to reach it from Benalmadena Costa or train (Renfe-Cercanias) station Arroyo de la Miel...More
Spotted the gold dome off the motorway when driving from Malaga airport to Mijas. We returned back past a few days later and decided to find out what it was. Imagine our surprise to find a Budist temple with a gold Buddha inside. The inside...More
We have seen the outside before but not inside. It was very spiritual. We both lit an incense stick and made our silent wishes. We'll worth a visit. Spectacular views of the coast from outside the Stupa.
I was very lucky on my trip to the buddhist stupa at Benalmadena on 8/4/18, it was a beautiful day - and what a lovely place.
Going on a couple of earlier reviews, yes if you're not interested in buddhism then it may appear that...More
the Stupa is a white, unusual building, also called buddhist temple, but it isnt a temple but Stupa
It´s a walk in Stupa (which is unusual) and the biggest in the West (check wikipedia for details: Stupa Benalmadena)
In the hall inside you will find...More