Torremolinos Holidays, Spain
Without that many cultural attractions to distract visitors, Torremolinos relies on its grand offering of sun, sea and sand. Other than that, Spain’s largest resort is also very much known for its vibrant nightlife. In Torremolinos, you will find a dazzling array of bars and clubs, including those that are catered towards the LGBT community.
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Located in the Montemar area of Torremolinos, a great choice, surrounded by shops, boutiques and restaurants.
7 nights, 2 adults from only £388
Located near the beautiful Playamar Beach and convenient for the shops, bars, clubs and dining establishments.
7 nights, 2 adults from only £481
Soak in its lovely waters
Bajondillo, Carihuela, Los Alamos and Playamar are just a few of the many beaches that grace the coastline of this town. There are countless activities that can be enjoyed along its shores which include swimming, windsurfing and kitesurfing. You can also go on boat trips, searching for dolphins and whales.
Do non-beach related activities
There are lots more to do in Torremolinos than bask under the sun and swim in the water. The town is also home to a few cultural attractions. In the historic part of town, you get to see the Nuestra Senora del Carmen. Another interesting structure is the 19th century gem, Casa de los Navaja. Plus, the greatest of all the sites is the Torre de Pimentel, a defensive structure that gave the town its name.
Other than cultural sites, there are a few leisure spots in town. The Parque La Bateria is a great park to stroll in. Crocodile Park featuring 200 crocodiles is also an interesting place!. The Jardin Botanico Molino de Inca offers a look into a typical Spanish garden.
Or, just while away the hours, walking along Calle San Miguel to see its shops, bars and cafes.
Indulge in gastronomic delights
Being one of the biggest attractions in Spain, there’s sure is an abundance of dining and drinking establishments in Torremolinos. Most of the food you get to savour here are based on produce from the sea. One which you shouldn’t miss is the pescaito frito or fried fish, which is basically a staple diet in the area.
Whether you like the beach or other kinds of activities, Torremolinos does have something to offer for your holiday. So, come and visit this Costa del Sol hotspot to experience more than just the sand, sea and sun.