Activities in Benamejí

Benamejí City of Baseball offers visitors a wide range of exciting tourist activities in Benamejí, ensuring you´ll have a memorable stay. You will find excellent services thanks to the tireless efforts of professionals in the tourism sector. The city offers a wide range of activities in natural environments of great beauty, in particular the Rafting excursions are ideal to take part in as a teambuilding exercise, which will reinforce communication, coordination, empathy and morale of the group, as well as being a fantastic opportunity to kick back in a magical place entwined with unperturbed natural beauty. You can hike across many natural and cultural routes, as well as visit the “La Duquesa de Benamejí” Museum, where you will learn about the phenomenon of real and imaginary banditry and its influence on the Andalusian arts.

Additionally, one can enjoy the cultural, natural and culinary richness that the Centre of Andalusia offers you. Popular outings include a day trip to Zuheros, considered one of the most beautiful villages in Spain. Alternatively, you could visit the Green Oil Way, built on the old oil train track that meanders through the province. If this doesn´t interest you, perhaps the Natural park of “Sierras Subbeticas”, or the Geopark might strike your fancy. There are a plethora of water activities available in the Iznajar reservoir (considered the “Lake of Andalusia”), and there are no shortage of rustic cities of great historical interest, such as Priego de Cordoba, Lucena, Cabra, Rute and Antequera, where you can enjoy “El Torcal” and “Dólmenes”, recognized UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Given the excellent geographical situation of our town, Benameji has become the ideal place from which to get to know Andalucia, with a meagre 45 minute drive to the Mosque in Cordoba, less than an hour´s drive to reach Granada´s world-famous Alhambra Palace or Sierra Nevada mountains, a mere 45 minutes by car to Malaga´s wondrous Costa del Sol, and just a 90 minute journey between you and Seville, capital of Andalucia.