Most popular Apartments in Torremolinos
Highlights in Torremolinos
- Flamenco show
- Fantastic beaches
- Great nightlife
- Beautiful Old Town
- White villages
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Apartments in Torremolinos
By the Mediterranean Sea, the lovely town of Torremolinos is a paradise for beach lovers, a beautiful promenade, great eateries and fantastic apartments to enjoy the great nightlife, the subtropical climate and the great Spanish cuisine. Book now your apartment in the centre or close to the beach and start enjoying your holidays in southern Spain!A stay with a Mediterranean flavour
All the apartments are prepared to host you and make your stay a very comfortable one. Great apartments for couples, small groups or families that feature comfortable rooms, cosy lounges, fitted kitchens and every amenity you select or need to complete your stay. Some apartments are in a gated complex with communal gardens, great swimming pools and children playing areas. Enjoy dinings al fresco on the terrace and admire the great views of the azure waters of the Mediterranean.
Travellers and activities
Torremolinos has no less than 7 kilometres of coastline and 6 beaches. These are equipped with all kinds of services and they are the perfect place to enjoy the good weather and water activities. In addition, it is the ideal setting to take a romantic walk at sunset or sit in one of its terraces for dinner or a drink. El Bajondillo and Carihuela are the two most popular beaches. Although both have about 40 metres of shore, the most extensive is the Carihuela, located in the old fishing district, where you can also taste the best fried fish specialties of the city!Torremolinos for family holidays
If you spend a family holiday, you should know that the town also offers a wide range of leisure activities for children. Torremolinos is a family-friendly destination with the largest water park on the Costa del Sol, Aqualand. Here you can have a great day enjoying the fourteen attractions and play a round of mini-golf. In addition, Crocodile Park is nearby and here you can see more than 260 specimens, and the Molino de Inca Botanical Garden. But you can also enjoy other fun options in the surroundings, such as the Tivoli World amusement park, the Selwo Marina and the Sea Life, all three in the neighboring town of Benalmadena. Fun and entertainment are guaranteed!
Did you know there is a bathroom in the Botanical Garden that was exclusively built for Queen Victoria Eugenia at the turn of the last century?
Top 7 travel tips in Torremolinos
The beautiful palm tree- lined promenade invites tourists and locals alike to stroll along, enjoying the walk and admiring the breathtaking views. Have a delicious ice cream, sit down gazing at the horizon and breath in the gentle evening breeze. As the sun starts to go down, the temperatures are more pleasant and the terraces and bars start to be busy and as the night approaches, the lively atmosphere predominates during a nice al fresco dining.2. Take on the dancefloor
Spain is well known for its nightlife and vibrant celebrations. The Costa del Sol resorts boast several nightclubs and exclusive venues to dance the night away, let your hair down and keep on your toes all night long. The offer is quite wide as you can also enjoy the best night clubs in Marbella or Fuengirola. But Torremolinos has plenty of chiringuitos, pubs and clubs in Playa de los Álamos and Playamar. The atmosphere in la Nogalera is more relaxed but still great music and nice terraces to sit down and enjoy a cocktail under the stars.3. Connect with nature
The stunning natural spaces are another of the great attractions of Torremolinos. The most prominent is the Natural Ecosystem of the Montes de Torremolinos, between the Guadalhorce Valley and the Sierra de Mijas. Formed by three mountain ranges that offer various signposted hiking routes. But in the same city we also find the Pinar de los Manantiales, located around an old mill of the fifteenth century. In the mill, in addition to several tree species, you can find an area of mineral springs with tables and chairs to have a picnic and spend a great day out enjoying the countryside.4. Dance to the flamenco sounds
Most tablaos, the typical stages where flamenco was performed, are now gone. But there is still one place in town where you can see this passionate form of art, transmitting a powerful sensation and energy with every tap, every clap and every movement. El Jaleo is the traditional taverna run by Pepe Lopez adn from mid-week to Saturday, the show is on! This is your chance to enjoy a live performance of authentic flamenco!5. Festivals and celebrations
tThe traditional Spanish fiestas are celebrated all over Spain during different times of the year, but during the summer every village and town have their own little celebrations with music, stalls, street food, markets, performances and much more. Torremolinos celebrates the colourful carnival in the winter, Easter processions, Saint John’s Eve in June and Christmas events during December. Not far from Torremolinos, in Malaga, the incredible Feria de Malaga is a whole week of celebrations, music and vibrant atmosphere. Mingle with the locals and enjoy the fiesta!6. The White Villages
Andalucia is well known for the popular and traditional white villages. The whitewashed facades and the traditional Andalusian architecture dotting the hills and the coastline of southern Spain have made this destinations a major tourist landmark. Near Torremolinos you can visit one of them, Pueblo Blanco, literally meaning White Village. Walk the streets of this pretty little village with colourful flower pots decorating the balconies. See the locals going on with their daily life and enjoying some chatting as the sun sets down on the horizon and the temperatures invite you to stay outside to have a break from the higher temperatures during the day. Enjoy some traditional tapas and a glass of sangria at Pletora or Boomerang Bar.7. Enjoy Torremolinos Old Town
Torremolinos is a beautiful town with a great Old Town. In its historic centre you find the famous street of San Miguel lined with great shops, jewelleries and delicatessen and the beautiful San Miguel church. The little alleys and narrow streets are flanked with old buildings and unique squares with independent shops and cosy cafes to enjoy an afternoon tea, a refreshing soft drink or a delicious ice cream. A good spot is Plaza de Andalucía. Find a seat and enjoy some quiet time watching the time go by for a while.