The centre of Torremolinos is alive 365 days of the year. Its streets, full of stores and restaurants, are perfect for discovering the way in which tradition and modernity combine in this town perched on the western shore of Malaga Bay.
The cuisine is a strong point, offering a variety that ranges from tapas, fried fish and shellfish to the finest haute cuisine, with restaurants to suit all tastes. The centre also has a wide assortment of open-air cultural events and an exciting nightlife for visitors wishing to prolong the fun.
You will return to the Paseo Marítimo of Torremolinos time and time again. Such are the many sensations, smells and flavours that it will become one of your best experiences. What’s more, the area’s excellent climate will allow you to visit any time of year, whether in the summer to have a refreshing dip or in the winter to enjoy the brilliant rays of the sun, which will make you see why in Torremolinos this season turns into a beautiful and gentle spring.
Its beach, also called Los Álamos, is the epicentre. There are many beach clubs where, from the sand, you can enjoy the best music during the day and for part of the night. What’s more, Los Álamos has traditional open-air restaurants and other places to enjoy the local cuisine. On Los Álamos beach you’ll find fine sand to put your towel on and enjoy the sun all year round. In addition, you can undertake a plethora of sporting activities which range from cycling to surfing.
In short, a big beach with a long promenade and a leisure area that is a must-do on your visit to the Costa del Sol.