Benahavis village now has its own Irish pub.
With 6 beers on tap and a selection of very fine wines available by the glass, as well as a variety of pub food plus two large screen TVs, The Thirsty Goat has set some new standards for bars in Benahavis village.
Tel : +34 654 262 592
Open daily from 14.00 till 24.00.
Closed on Wednesdays
Find out more on http://thethirstygoatbenahavis.com/
The village is well known on the Coast for its gastronomy and in summer we advise you to book a table as the village is packed in July and August with tourists coming up from the Costa del Sol.
How To Get Here
Getting to Benahavis
Benahavis is easily reachable from various airports. Spain has wisely invested in excellent highways in Andalucia. You have to realize that Benahavis is a large territory and if you are not staying inor going to the village, make sure you know how to get where you need to be. It can be up to 15-20 minutes from the village.
From Malaga Airport
Just follow the Algeciras and Cadiz signs. You are better off to take the toll highway ( AP-7 ) just past the Mijas exit, specially in summer, as the coastal N340 gets easily congested with traffic. The toll highway leads you directly to Marbella and from there follow N340 direction Estepona. About 2 kms after San Pedro de Alcantara, you will find the Benahavis exit. Then it is only another 5 minutes to the town.
From Gibraltar Airport
Just follow the signs for Malaga. The toll highway is the better option here as well, and for the same reasons as above. Once you get to Estepona, follow the coastal N340, the Benahavis exit is about 15 kms away. Do watch out to go under the pedestrian bridge, since signposts are a bit cheeky here.
All you need to know about the municipality of Benahavis