Welcome to one of the pioneer cities of tourism in Spain, one of the most emblematic destinations in Costa del Sol. Torremolinos is famous for its constant liveliness: throughout the year, both day and night. Restaurants, beach bars, shops, flea markets, terraces. The remnants of history will let you know that this was also Al Andalus: a place that grew as a city around an Islamic tower.

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Torremolinos Travel Tips

Torremolinos is one of the liveliest destinations on the Costa del Sol at any time of the year. As in any coastal destination, the summer months, especially July and August, are the most crowded, and also when prices are higher. But the mild and privileged temperature of the Costa del Sol makes this a desirable destination even during the winter.


Torremolinos is only 5 km away from Malaga-Costa del Sol International Airport, with direct connections to the main Spanish and European cities. Additionally, the Malaga-María Zambrano Train Station, which is also easily reached by local train, bus or car, operates fast trains to Madrid, Barcelona and other capital cities. Costa del Sol also boasts one of the best road networks of the country, with highways and toll motorways leading to any point of the region and Spain. The price of a taxi from the airport is approx € 18, and from Malaga Center, the port, or the train station, about € 20.


Torremolinos boasts an excellent location to visit other touristic destinations on Costa del Sol (such as Marbella, Estepona or Fuengirola), Gibraltar and other "must visit" cities in Andalusia such as Cordoba, Granada or Seville. Malaga city and its wide cultural offer are a stone's throw away. In addition, it is so close to Malaga that it actually looks like one of its districts.


There are no mosques in Torremolinos. The closest ones are in Malaga (Calle Ing. de la Torre Acosta, 3), Benalmádena (Avenida Terramar Alto, 1) and Fuengirola (Avenida Santa Amalia, 10).

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