Popular Lettings in Torremolinos
Highlights in Torremolinos
- The festive spirit
- Fun in the sun
- Excellent taste
- Exceptional holiday resort
- Mediterranian holiday style
Most popular in Torremolinos
Holiday rentals and lettings in Torremolinos
Washed by the Mediterranian Sea, Torremolinos enjoys a privileged subtropical climate that allows visitors at any time of the year. Every holiday rental is always near the sea or just in front of it, close to the best entertainment and nightlife choices of the area, so any rental along the coast will provide you with the essential elements for your stay. For those beach lovers, La Carihuela Beach is the perfect area to rent a property just on the beach. But if you want to stay a bit out of all the buzzing, you can find many holiday rentals in the delightful area of La Carihuela or the nearby town of Benalmádena.Perfectly fitted rentals on the Costa del Sol
When travelling with friends you can find budget rentals in the centre or near the beach in comfortable apartments equipped with all the amenities. For family stays, many properties feature large rooms in private, enclosed properties with your own garden and pool so you can take a dip in those hot summer days. Balconies, terraces and patios are perfect for a great nap after lunch or a good spot for your dinings al fresco. State-of-the-art kitchens, stylish lounges and modern interiors in typical seafront buildings. Find some more traditional accommodations in the centre, but still well furnished and ready to make your stay an unforgettable one.
Holidays in Torremolinos
The area and getting around
Celebrities like John Lennon, Frank Sinatra or Sofia Loren chose Torremolinos to spend their holidays and maybe that is the reason that has become so popular. Everybody falls in love with this southern Spain’s resort full of live, good vibes and sunny days. The busy street of San Miguel is where restaurants and shops are, together with the most incredible nightlife spots you can imagine. This is a paradise for beach lovers looking for a paradise to enjoy the sun but also finding time to unwind and recharge their batteries along the 7 km of coastline and 6 wonderful beaches. And when the sun starts to go down, take a pleasant stroll along the endless promenade, admiring the horizon.Much more to offer than just the sun
But Torremolinos is not just a beach resort. Away from the beachfront, you can practice outdoor activities. Golf lovers will find the perfect spot for practising their shots. Families with children will have a wide array of possibilities for the little ones, including amusement and water parks such as Aquapark Torremolinos or Crocodile Park, to have a great day out. If you rent a car, it will be easy to move around and reach the neighbouring towns of Ronda, Mijas, Marbella, El Calvario o Benalmádena. Granada and Seville, are also a short drive away. Every day is different. Choose yours!
Travellers and activities
This southern Spanish resort offers spectacular beaches to have a great time by the Mediterranean while enjoying the best patatas bravas, chipirones or espetos at any “chiringuito” (beach bar). Take a sip of any refreshing beer of your choice and sample some sangria in your meals. La Carihuela, Playamar, El Bajondillo and Los Álamos are some of the most famous beaches of Torremolinos, backed with an always lively promenade, unrivalled landscapes, sandy beaches and crystal clean, sheltered waters ideal for swimming, kayaking, kite surfing or stand up paddle board.Torremolinos for park lovers
Torremolinos is famous for its stunning and breathtaking beaches, therefore is the ideal place to chill and relax. The area, though, has also interesting parks to visit together with your little ones or with your friends. Incredible stops not to miss are the amazing botanical gardens Molino de Inca or the exiting Crocodile Park! The botanical garden has an average of thousand species of colorful and lush plants together with different species of birds. In the garden you will also find a replica of the old Molino, from which the botanical gardens take the name. On the other hand, visiting the crocodile park is a more adventurous experience since it is possible to see more than 200 crocodiles.
The name of Torremolinos comes literally from the words Torre (Tower) and Molino (Mill). The area was full of water mills of which only one survives nowadays, Molino de Inca.
Top 5 travel tips in Torremolinos
After a great day on the beach or a wild night out we suggest a walk around the old part of town. The historic centre offers the most famous streets of all, Calle San Miguel. This pedestrianized street is lined with excellent boutiques, delicatessens and jewellers. At the end you will see the old Andalusian neoclassic style church, Iglesia de San Miguel. Explore the narrow streets nearby and discover quaint squares like Plaza de Andalucía, where to have a little refreshment under the shade of the palms or the magnolias.2. Stroll along to the sound of the waves
No coastal resort is complete without a promenade. Torremolinos enjoys the privilege of great beaches but also a lively with a palm tree-lined promenade that almost covers the entire coastline. El Paseo del Bajondillo is just in front of the old town and in the far southwest, a small rock formation divides the beaches of Carihuela and Bajondillo. The bars and terraces along the promenade offer tempting drinks and nibbles so night and day there is always a reason to be there.3. Feel the flamenco beat
Although the flamenco scene is not thriving anymore and the town’s flamenco tablaos are gone there is still a chance for this art lovers to experience it by themselves. Passion, energy and culture oozing in every step and every beat. Pepe Lopez entertains tourists since the 70s in this formerly flamenco tavern known as El Jaleo, in the Plaza de la Gamba Alegre. From Wednesday to Saturday you have the chance to have an Andalusian experience. Enjoy the show!4. Feeling the festive Spanish spirit
All year round, Spain celebrates a myriad of festivals and traditional fiestas. Torremolinos, of course, has a few! Carnivals and parades during February, extending to March sometimes, bring joy and colour into the streets. The Holy week is widely celebrated by locals and visitors alike who attend the processions and events of that special week. In June, Saint John’s Eve is one of the most expected ones as well as the Summer Feria. Not far from there, in Málaga, you can also enjoy the Feria de Málaga day and night with music and food stalls 24/7. Let the party begin!5. Get surrounded of white
The last thing you expect in a buzzy town town is a charming white village, Pueblo Blanco (The White Village). This is a must visit spot in the heart of Torremolinos. A short 3 minute walk from the train station, this little area is packed with white chalk houses. Any foodie will appreciate wandering around the narrow alleys and enjoy al fresco dinings at any of the varied eateries. Luscious tapas at Pletora, delicious coffees and milkshakes at Tetería Albanta or fine wines and cocktails at Boomerang Bar, the star of the show.