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Weather in Benahavis
The climate is temperate and warm in Benahavis. Winters are rainier than summers in Benahavis. The climate classification of Köppen-Geiger is Csa.
The average annual temperature is 17.2 ° C in Benahavis. Rainfall here averages 660 mm.
The driest month is July. There is 1 mm of precipitation in July. The highest amount of precipitation occurs in December, with an average of 113 mm.
With an average of 24.3 ° C, August is the warmest month. The lowest average temperatures of the year occur in January, when it is around 11.5 ° C.
Gastronomy in Benahavís
Benahavís combines the culinary qualities of a mountain village, close to the coast. For this reason, the numerous restaurants in the town include in their menu the typical dishes of a mountain village, with a variety of meats, such as rabbit, suckling pig, veal or venison, together with traditional seafood dishes, such as zarzuela de pescado y marisco (fish and seafood zarzuela), sole and other exquisite marine species.
Benahavís, close to the Costa del Sol and to the cosmopolitanism of a city like Marbella, also offers a complete international cuisine, where you can also taste an excellent Bourguignonne Fondee, without anything to envy to any restaurant of a great city.
Those who like good food will surely enjoy the well-known gastronomic tradition of Benahavis on the Costa del Sol. As in Benahavis is eaten in very few places, for its exquisite and varied cuisine, as well as its wide range of restaurants and bars.
Monuments of Benahavís
Among the monumental works in this village, the Montemayor Castle stands out. It was erected in the 10th century and part of its walls are still preserved in good condition.
In the fortified complex, the Queen’s Tower has its most notable part because vestiges of what were chambers and a well remain.
In addition, in the municipality there are several watchtowers erected during the Nasrid kingdom of Granada as a defensive barrier, including the well-preserved Leonera, Daidín, Campanillas, Tramores and Esteril, all from medieval times.
Both Montemayor and Daidín were populated in their time.
Outside the village there are several places of interest for their vegetation and fauna, such as the narrowness of the river Guadalmina, the Zagaleta reserve, the cave of the Capuchino port, the Charco de las Mozas, the Leche reservoir, the Machines and the Guadalmansa valley.
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