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. Nothing is very far from the seven Kilometre sandy beach which has earned the reputation of been the best on the Costa, water sports are on offer for the more adventurous. If all that is not for you then why not visit the water park, which always promises a fun filled day, lets face it if you can’t find something to suite you here then you never will.
A 1950’s hot-spot of the Hollywood elite, the vintage charm of Torremolinos is evident in its huge selection of bars and restaurants. So whether you are looking for seafood, tasty tapas or a 3 course roast dinner, Torremolinos will have the establishment to suit your taste and budget.
As the sun sets, the bars, bistros and clubs come alive, allowing night owls to dance until dawn.
Torremolinos makes a great base to explore the Costa del Sol. Enjoy the sea air and stroll along the stunning promenade to Benalmadena or take the short 20 minute bus or car journey to Malaga.
If you are looking to venture further a-field, cultural Andalusia’s big 3, Granada, Seville and Rhonda are only a couple of hours away.