Torremolinos is one of the biggest and most popular resorts on the Costa del Sol, with thousands of Brits flocking there each year. If it’s sun, sea and good fun you are looking for, then you can take advantage of cheap Torremolinos holidays all year round.
This is the largest and most commercialised resort on the Costa del Sol and has been a firm favourite with Brits for years, and who can blame them with the unlimited nightlife, which often becomes noisy and boisterous in high season due to the numerous amount of clubs. If all that is not for you then why not visit the water park, which always promises a fun-filled day, let’s face it if you can’t find something to suit you here then you never will.
Nothing is very far from the seven Kilometre sandy beach which has earned the reputation of being the best on the Costa and a favourite destination amongst holidaymakers, and with good reason. There are six beaches in this area, each offering something different including water sports, making for a great starting place for your holiday.
Torremolinos is a busy and vibrant tourist resort with lots of things to do, so it’s hard to get bored here. One of the main attractions is Aqualand Water Park. This is perfect for the whole family to cool off and have fun, and it is known as the largest water park on the Costa del Sol, boasting over 14 attractions, 19 water slides for adults, 15 for children and even a mini-golf course. Test your nerves on the Kamikaze and Black Hole slides if you think you’re brave enough.
There is never a dull moment in Torremolinos with festivals and other events taking place all year round. The Festival of San Miguel Arcángel is just one example. This week long celebration takes place every year in the last week of September, and honours San Miguel, the patron saint of Torremolinos.
There is food to tempt every palate in Torremolinos, with restaurants specialising in every cuisine imaginable, from Italian to Indian and everything in between. If it is local cuisine that you are after, then you should try El Gato Lounge. This tapas restaurant offers lots of local, Andalusian cuisine, which mainly consists of seafood. Gambas Pil Pil and Pinchos Mar y Montaña are some of their specialities. If you take a walk along the beach, you will find a great number of stands that sell delicious, deep-fried fish known as pescaíto frito.
The nightlife in Torremolinos is so vibrant and lively, it attracts people from all over, which is why this resort is so popular amongst young people and partygoers. The majority of the main clubs and bars are located on the main strip, Calle San Miguel. The Palladium is one of the town’s most loved night venues as it boasts an extravagant lighting and laser system, three floors of party atmosphere and even a swimming pool if you fancy a pool party whilst you’re there. The Palladium opens late and stays open until late morning the next day, so if you want to party all night, then this is the place for you.