Holidays in
Torremolinos

A buzzing Costa del Sol resort

The first of many Costa del Sol hotspots to spring up from a quiet fishing village, Torremolinos has grown from a sleepy town into the region’s largest resort. And it has all the amenities and excitement you’d expect, with buzzing nightlife and a seemingly endless array of restaurants and bars. Torremolinos holidays offer a chance to indulge while basking in glorious sunshine. With six main beaches, water and theme parks nearby and an average of 300 days of sunshine each year, it’s a fantastic place to enjoy the great outdoors in both summer and winter.

But holidays to Torremolinos aren’t just about eating, drinking, partying and sunbathing (though if that’s what you’re in town for, you’re all set). The surrounding landscape is full of pretty villages, making it a fantastic base from which to explore – and for adventures further afield, Morocco is only a short ferry ride away.

Your Torremolinos questions, answered

Torremolinos’ dark-sand beaches are the result of local minerals (rather than anything unclean!). The waters are a sparkling bright blue, creating a uniquely scenic coastline.

It’s a very family-friendly place – kids will love the beach and theme parks, while parents will appreciate the convenience of having everything they need within arm’s reach.

With its plentiful local markets and pedestrian-friendly shopping streets, Torremolinos rewards shoppers who wander: you’ll discover great local souvenirs, such as authentic Spanish leather products.

Best things to do in Torremolinos

Relax on Bajondillo beach

With shops, ATMs and restaurants all close by, the striking dark sands of this kilometre-long beach are a firm favourite with both sunbathers and families.

Explore Andalucian charm

Head to the characterful old neighbourhood of El Calvario, where you’ll be charmed by the weekly market and the small streets filled with local shops and bars.

Check out a chiringuito

Order some drinks and snacks and settle into the sand for a lazy afternoon at one of these no-frills bars, which are a classic part of Spanish beachside culture.