INTERNATIONAL DOLLS HOUSE SHOW
(MÁLAGA - ESPAÑA)
Matilde Mora Rodríguez
For any enquiries or information you can contact us at:
or call; 0034 952 58 26 52
Web design: Pedro Trigos Chía
Dear Mini World friends, we are pleased to announce once again the 6th edition of the ANDALUCÍA INTERNATIONAL MINIATURE SHOW.
The fair was conceived as a meeting point between artisans and hobbyists, combining recreational fun with a wide
variety of handmade miniatures and with the added attraction of the Andalusian light and climate .
We invite you again to share the joy and have fun with us at this reunion!
Following the success of last year we couldn´t help but improve certain aspects. That is why the show will open its doors on June, the 13th and 14th in the Las Palmeras Hotel halls in Fuengirola, by the town promenade.
The show will take place at the Hotel Las Palmeras at Fuengirola (Málaga). Opening time on Saturday is from 10:30 am. to 2:30 pm.
At 2:30 we’ll have a rest, so we’ll be able to enjoy the wonderful beaches and the tasty fried fish cooked in this beautiful village.
We’ll open again at 5:00 pm., up until 8:30 pm. Then we’ll meet again at one of the nearby beach bars (chiringuito), to relax among friends and, of course, fill ourselves on fried fish and grilled sardines on a skewer.
We’ll have again an opportunity to share experiences and meet new friends among collectors and artisans, a relaxing, unhurried and joyful experience by the seashore.
We’ll open again on Sunday at 11:00 am. and will stay with you until 14:00 pm. Then we’ll say farewell, until the next forthcoming show.
Entrance fee: 3 €
Children under 10: 1,5 €
If you want to join this meeting, contact:
If you want to reserve a table, please contact:
Or call 0034 952 58 26 52 – 658 41 03 73
Table measurements: are 1,83 m. x 0,76 m. and include table cover, two chairs, light rail and socket.
The early bird price is 160 € until March the 1st. From that date on the table will cost 180 €.
A drawing of miniatures donated by the attending artisans will be held every day among visitors to the show
DOLLHOUSE AND ROOMBOX EXHIBITION
One of the halls will be dedicated to an exhibition of dollhouses and roomboxes loaned by craftsmen and hobbyists.
0034 952 58 26 52
MINIATURE WORKSHOPS FOR CHILDREN
Beatriz Rojas will take over workshops for children who come with the fair visitors
SATURDAY NIGHT FRIED FISH
We’ll have the opportunity to meet again around a delightful menu composed of local specialities. It’ll be a great opportunity to get to know each other better, share experiences and have an unforgettable evening by the seashore.
It will take place at “El chiringuito de Antonio”, located on the promenade.
Menu price per person is 24 €
It will consist of:
Roasted red pepper salad.
Dressed fresh Anchovies
Grilled pierced sardines (Up until we gorge)
Fried fresh anchovies, prawns, little squids, and fried marinated dogfish
Wine and sweet soda (tinto de verano), Sangría, beer, soft drinks and water, all served in pitchers so anyone can help himself to his taste.
If you want to come, whether you are an exhibitor artisan or a visitor collector, get in touch with me at:
Tf: 0034 952 58 26 52
The Hotel Las Palmeras is located on the edge of the village promenade in Fuengirola (Málaga).
The “Rey de España” promenade is one of Spain's largest ones, offering a myriad of restaurants, beach bars and shops, along it’s 7 km. length with the blue sea as background.
The hotel offers to everyone attending the show:
Double room w/ breakfast: 62,00 €. Extra bed 21,70 €
Double room half board: 74,00 € Extra bed 25,90 €
1st. children up to 12 years: free; and 2nd children: 15,50 €, sharing room with 2 adults
Doble room with single occupancy w/ breakfast: 51,00 €
Doble room with single occupancy half board: 57 €
Drinks not included. Supplements drinks: 1,50 € (1/4 house wine or 1/4
Parking : 10 € per day. There’s no booking for parking places.
IVA (VAT) is included in the prices.
For booking contact:
HOW TO GET THERE
From Malaga train station:
There’s a commuter train every 30 minutes to Fuengirola city center.
From the airport:
The same commuter train to Fuengirola center has a stop every ¾ of an hour at the Malaga airport
Fuengirola has its own city Bus station which operates between the main southern Spain towns, along with other cities.
There are daily buses from Malaga bus station (just next to Malaga train station) to Fuengirola.
FUENGIROLA: UN SOL DE CIUDAD
Fuengirola is located in the very heart of the Costa del Sol, a paradise overlooking the sea that offers much more than sun and sand.
It has preserved its Andalusian character, a town with the ever - present ambience of the villages of the south.
Its 8 km. integrated beach in the town have the distinction of the Blue Flag, awarded by the European Union, for the excellent quality of its water and sand. Its magnificent promenade opens to the sea like a huge balcony where the blue of the sky blends into the Mediterranean.
Sohail Castle was an Arab fortress built on a former Roman fortress. It is situated on a small hill near the mouth of the river Fuengirola which rises 38 m. above sea level. Most of what can be seen belongs to Abderramán III Caliphate age, who had built the castle in 956, being occupied in the twelfth century by the Almoravids, and in 1485 by the Christian army.
Thanks to the work done by the Workshop School of the Town Council of Fuengirola, it has been restored and can be visited and hosts celebrations such as the Festival City of Fuengirola, or Medieval Market, or the Beer Festival.
Phoenician and Punic archaeological remains have also been found at the sites of Suel and Finca Acevedo, near the town.
For our leisure we also count on the Marina, were you can find very pleasant terraces and restaurants, and from where it is possible to get cruises for Dolphin sight seeing, scuba diving, or fishing. It’s Yatch Club has outstanding sailing instructors.
Golf courses, equestrian centres and tennis and padel clubs are an added attraction for sport lovers
The Bioparc Fuengirola Zoo, in the very heart of the town offers an exhaustive recreation of the African, Asian and Madagascar tropical forests, and it’s developing more than 35 endangered breeding programmes. It’s been qualified as one of most advanced zoos in Europe by the prestigious National Geographic Magazine.
Water park, tourist train, parks and gardens, boat cruises, is what this town is offering to us, whether you want to relax or seek new thrills and experiences and where people mix their joy of life with the kindness and efficiency when dealing with visitors.
No surprise, since their inspiration comes from sun and sea.
Fuengirola has excellent communications by land, sea and air and is the ideal starting point to discover the most beautiful corners of Malaga and
From Fuengirola you can visit:
Mijas: 8, 5 km from Fuengirola, on the path of the white villages, is known for its whitewashed houses, its many viewpoints over the bay of Malaga, typical houses located on the slopes of the mountain and its typical Andalusian flavor.
Marbella: 30 km from Fuengirola where a walk through the streets of the old town or a visit to the world famous Puerto Banus is delightful.
Benalmadena: 9.5 km from Fuengirola, this wonderful village is split in two, between mountain and sea: Benalmádena village and Benalmádena coast.
The village is calm and peaceful, while the coast is full of fun
Puerto Marina, the Bil Bil Castle and the Castle of Colomares are places worth visiting.
Ronda: 94 km to Fuengirola emerges from cliffs and gorges, intimate and secluded, magical and fascinating. Rich in monuments and nature, with its famous Tajo de Ronda which is now its trademark.