Late Deals to Torremolinos

Torremolinos holidays will take you to one of the oldest and busiest resorts in the Costa Del Sol.

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Last Minute Holidays to Torremolinos

An excellent choice for families with endless sandy beaches and lots of attractions to keep the kids amused. Party people will not be disappointed though as Torremolinos caters for those who like to soak up the sun during the day and then party until the sun comes back up again.

La Nogalera is an adult only district and very popular with the gay community. Fun Beach is one of the largest nightspots in Europe and even has its own swimming pool! Accommodation in Torremolinos is varied with most people opting for one of the many hotels close to the sea front or good value self catering apartments.There are hundreds of bars and restaurants to choose from where burgers bars neighbour gourmet eateries with Chinese, Indian and Mexican menus all being available. The fresh fish restaurants of the Carihuela region are well worth a visit.

The beaches here stretch from Playamar and Bajondillo in the east to the typically Spanish Carihuela in the west. Wander along the attractive beachfront promenade and stop for a drink at one of the many bars and cafes. Water sports are in abundance on Torremolinos holidays, from pedalos to water skiing, you can be as daring and adventurous as you like. The beaches all offer sun beds and shades to hire and are watched over by trained lifeguards. The pedestrianised centre of Calle San Miguel is a mecca for shoppers with souvenirs galore, the more upmarket designer shops are usually found in the marina area of Benalmadena, or further afield in Puerto Banus and Marbella. A day trip into Malaga will offer you a bit of culture with the Picasso Museum being a main attraction.

Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT +1

Religion: Roman Catholic

From crocodile parks to wild west shows

Golf in the Costa del Sol is a very popular pastime and there are courses to be found in and around Torremolinos for all abilities. If riding is more your scene then a trip to the El Ranchito Riding School is in order, with lessons for all ages and experiences, and also every Wednesday an Andalucian horse show; a stunning performance by beautifully trained horses. Fancy splashing out? Then Aqualand is the place to be, the biggest water park on the Costa del Sol and fun for all the family, with splash pools and daring slides. Crocodile Park just next door is an amazing presentation of over 300 of the reptiles although you may want to stay on dry land in this park!

An evening of fun is on the menu at Tivoli World, in nearby Benalmadena, a theme park offering rides for all ages and fear factors! The Flamenco and Wild West shows here are also an amazing sight to see. Selwo Marina Dolphinarium gives the opportunity to see the cheeky dolphins showing off to their captive audience and also the chance to swim with sea lions. During late September you will witness the Feria de San Miguel in Torremolinos, a festival of music, dance, processions, fireworks and sporting events, a lively time and opportunity to join in with some traditional Spanish fun.

Thursday is market day, although the ever popular flea market comes to town on a Sunday. Torremolinos has grown from its simple origins as a fishing village to a thriving, bustling tourist resort, although hilly in parts a reliable bus service can take you wherever you want to go. If you’re looking for a lively yet family friendly break, then book your holidays to Torremolinos at

Places to Visit


– If its family fun you’re looking for then Aqualand is a great day out, for adrenalin fun there is the kamikaze, Black hole, Twister, boomerang, super slalom amongst many other exciting slides. A kidzworld were the children have their very own water playground with slides and chutes, and for those just wanting to relax take a dip into one of the jacuzzi’s there really is something for everyone.


– Torremolinos has more nightlife than any other spot along the Costa del Sol.A good place to start the evening is in one of the tavernas in San Miguel Street or in one of the cafes and restaurants that line the promenade. The clubs start to open around 10 pm. The earlies action is always at the bars, which stay lively most of the night, serving drinks and tapas.