Cities in Spain: Torremolinos
Torremolinos is part of the province of Malaga. The development of tourism in Torremolinos began in the 1950s; before this resort was a modest fishing village. Now it is especially popular with British youth. In the West, Torremolinos closely adjoins the resort of Benalmaden.
Torremolinos coastline stretches six kilometers and divided into six beaches. All city beaches have created excellent conditions for outdoor activities: windsurfing and paragliding.
- Coast Torremolinos
- Picasso sculpture in Torremolinos
- Observation Tower and Gun in Torremolinos
Bajondillo and Cariuela – The main beaches of Torremolinos, located in the West and East of the resort, respectively. The beaches are divided by the rocky area of the coast and well equipped. Umbrellas, sun beds and water bikes can be rented; On the beach there are children’s zones, sports grounds, showers and dressing cabins.
Beach Bajondillo is natural beaches Los alamos and Playamar, which can be deserted even at the height of the season. Calm waters and a long gentle entrance to the sea make beaches suitable for family holidays with children. Available rental of sun beds and chairs, as well as water bikes.
- Beach Torremolinos
- Fountain in La Bateria Park in Torremolinos
- Andalusia Square in Torremolinos
East of the resort, the coastal area of Cariuela is the beach Montemar – One of the most popular in Torremolinos. On the beach there are round-the-clock bars and the best fish restaurants in the city. A little further lying the beach El Saltillo.
Hotels in Torremolinos
In Torremolinos, focused predominantly three- and four-star hotel complexes. In addition, almost any time rent apartment 2 * and 3 * apartments, as well as villas. Hostels and campgrounds stretched along the Mediterranean coast.
Entertainment in Torremolinos
Torremolinos – mainly a student resort; On the embankment along the beaches of Bajondillo and Cariuela, as well as on San Miguel Street, there are round-the-clock bars and clubs.
- Lookout Tower in La Bateria Park
- Picturesque streets Torremolinos
- Former fishing village La Carihuela
The city is the largest water park on Costa del Sol, offering a variety of water activities for children and adults. In addition, in the summer months in Torremolinos, sports are held, as well as one-day fish festivals with free treats.
How to get to Torremolinos
The nearest airport to Torremolinos is located in Malaga (12 km). Renfe’s suburban trains connect the city with the nearest resorts, including with Malaga (travel time – about half an hour) and Fuengirola (travel time – 25 minutes). Railway station is located on San Miguel Street.
Getting to Benalmaden and other cities of Andalusia can also be on the bus. Bus station is located in the east Torremolinos, on Calle Hoya Street.