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A tourist town on the Costa del Sol in southern Spain, Torremolinos is perfect for lazy days on the beach and lively evenings in beachside bars and restaurants.


Take a walk along the promenade which runs all the way along the seafront from Playamar to La Carihuela. The old town has a traditional Spanish feel, with winding streets and small shops selling everything from leather goods, traditional Spanish pottery, clothing and souvenirs.

For the more adventurous traveller, there are plenty water sport activities available all along the beaches including water skiing, windsurfing and even paragliding. There is also a huge aquapark with water slides, artificial waves and swimming pools sitting just 15 minutes away from the centre of Torremolinos.

There are two street markets every week. On Thursdays the outdoor market sells everything from fruit and veg to clothes, toys, shoes, jewellery. On Sundays the market sells second hand goods, antiques, collectors’ items, and handicrafts.

Casa de los Navajas is a Neo-Moorish Revival palace from 1925 with gardens, intricate tilework & exhibition spaces. It was originally constructed in 1925 by the architect Francisco Fernandez Fermina for Antonio Navajas Ruiz.

All along the promenade you'll find Andalucian restaurants offering fresh seafood cooked over an open fire, paella and rice dishes as well as traditional tapas and local wines.

Parque la Bateria is a must for couples and families alike. It is the largest park in Torremolinos and features a boat lake, fountains, a children's playground, and breathtaking views across the coastline.

Traditional Spanish pottery and souvenirs in the old town.

Monk parakeets nest in the palm trees


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