Benalmadena does not have a specific indigenous vocabulary, although there are many characteristic idioms, words, sayings and phrases much of which is used across Andalusia, and more specifically across the province of Malaga. Here are the most commonly used:
'Chavea': Small child 'Perita': Cool! 'Terral':Warm wind coming from the interior 'Tenis': Sports shoes 'Gorrilla': Person who helps you park your car in return for a small tip 'Merdellón': Rough looking person 'Ennortao': Silly 'Alobao': Silly 'Estar guarnío': To be tired 'Biznaga': Flower made with jazmine 'Cenachero': Traditional fish seller 'Canío': Friend / Mate 'Nube, sombra, mitad, corto...: Differenty types of coffee depending on the quantity of milk used. 'Pitufo': Small baguette 'Catalana': Bread with tomato / olive oil and ham 'Guarrito': Drill 'Espeto': Small baguette with sardines prepared on a small boat on the beach 'Moraga': Night party on the beach 'Pescaíto frito': Fried fish...a must-try when in Benalmadena!
Benalmádena Principe is around 200 metres from Benalmádena Beach, on the Costa del Sol. Each air-conditioned apartment features a plasma-screen TV, hydromassage shower and kitchen with washer-dryer and...
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