Torremolinos is considered the original and biggest resort on the sunny Costa Del Sol coastline. This popular destination offers a wide variety of attractions, making it ideal for both families, couples and groups of friends. Torremolinos offers something for everyone whether you seek sun, sand, sea and relaxation or a lively nightlife scene. Book your holiday to Torremolinos with for fantastic deals on flights, and hotels.

  • Why Holiday in Torremolinos

    Aside from the gorgeous climate and popular beaches, Torremolinos also offers a diverse nightlife scene and great opportunities for sports and activities such as bowling, tennis and of course, golf. As one of the most established resorts in the region, Torremolinos offers a wide range of attractions for all the family including Aqualand Torremolinos where children and adults alike can spend the day splashing around in wave pools, jacuzzis and sliding down a wide range of different, adrenaline pumping slides.

    The Crocodile Park is also a popular and unique attraction for both families and groups allowing you to get close to the fascinating creatures. The park offers informative guided tours, feeding demonstrations and a petting area where visitors get the chance to hold a baby crocodile! If you’d prefer a day trip that doesn’t include pre-historic predators, why not take a picnic to the stunning gardens at Parque La Bateria where the kids can enjoy the adventure play area.

    Torremolinos is also a great destination for shopping with its bohemian bazaars and boutiques. The market near the old town is held every Thursday and is a great place to pick up some unique trinkets and handmade goods.

  • Beach holidays

    The Costa Del Sol resort boasts glorious weather, with the sun shining 320 days a year, as well as six miles of long sandy beach backed by a vibrant promenade dotted with beach bars. The stretch of sand is divided into four main beaches offering a chance to sunbathe or paddle in the clear, sheltered waters.

    Holidaymakers can also get involved with water sports. Head to Playamar for the best choice, including pedalos, kayaking and windsurfing. Fishing and sailing day-trips are also available.

  • Food & Drink

    Torremolinos offers a wide range of restaurants serving food from around the world including Mediterranean, European and Asian cuisine. The Ibiza Style Bar Restaurant comes highly recommended due to its great atmosphere and dishes including fillet steak served with delicious wine.

    Whatever your taste and budget, you’ll find the perfect spot in Torremolinos.

    For more traditional Spanish dishes, head to the tapas bars and fresh seafood restaurants in the old fishing district of La Carihuela.

  • Nightlife

    Whether you hope to spend your evenings dancing at Torremolinos best nightclubs or enjoying some family-friendly entertainment at a bar, you’ll find an extensive range of nightlife options at the Costa Del Sol resort.

    Well-known for its hedonistic party culture, Torremolinos is home to a large number of all-night bars and clubs hosting famous DJs playing music until sunrise. Karaoke bars are also popular and a chance to make some fun memories with all the family. If you prefer a more relaxed atmosphere, why not try a cocktail at one of the beach bars.

  • Useful Information

    The average flight time is around 2 and a half hours from the UK to Torremolinos.

    The local currency used in Torremolinos is the Euro, we recommend holidaymakers shop around for the best exchange rate to ensure a fair price.

    The local language in Torremolinos is Spanish, however many locals will speak English, especially in the more popular tourist resorts, meaning English-speaking holidaymakers can easily communicate and navigate the resort.

Weather in Torremolinos

27°C - 30°C
Jul - Sep
Hottest Months
Jan 15°C
Feb 16°C
Mar 17°C
Apr 19°C
May 23°C
Jun 26°C
Jul 29°C
Aug 30°C
Sep 27°C
Oct 22°C
Nov 18°C
Dec 15°C

Resorts in Costa Del Sol

Algeciras Photo of Algeciras

Algeciras is a large Mediterranean seaport and is the main Spanish ferry terminal to North Africa.

Almunecar Photo of Almunecar

Grab a piece of the real Spain in this attractive coastal resort town that is becoming increasingly popular, especially with Spanish holiday makers in the summer.

Benahavis Photo of Benahavis

Benahavis is a lovely Spanish mountain village located just between Marbella, Estepona, and Ronda, and is just seven kilometers from the coast.

Benalmadena Photo of Benalmadena

Benalmadena has grown very rapidly over the last 20 years and is an especially popular destination with British holidaymakers.

Calahonda Photo of Calahonda

Nestled between Mijas and Marbella, this resort offers a hotel based holiday.

Estepona Photo of Estepona

Estepona has succeeded in maintaining its charm and character and offers many cosmopolitan shops, restaurants, tapas bars and bars.

Frigiliana Photo of Frigiliana

Frigiliana is a pretty village with white washed houses and visitors will find many bars and restaurants.

Fuengirola Photo of Fuengirola

This lively resort is situated between Malaga and Marbella and has a beautiful long sandy beach which offers a vast array of watersports.

Malaga Photo of Malaga

This town has more to offer than just seaside and sunshine, it also has many bars, tapas bars, restaurants and nightclubs and plenty of excursions close at hand.

Manilva Photo of Manilva

With a refreshing lack of sky scraper buildings, this charming village has a prime location and remains typically Spanish.

Marbella Photo of Marbella

Marbella was once a small fishing village and is now a playground of the rich and famous.

Mijas Photo of Mijas

Mijas maintains its Spanish charm with little whitewashed houses perched on the hillside. Within the town there are many cafes, restaurants and bars

Mijas Costa Photo of Mijas Costa

Mijas Costa offers sun, sand and water sports with the beach having been awarded the 'Blue Flag'.

Nerja Photo of Nerja

Nerja was once a quiet fishing village and offers visitors many restaurants and bars and 16 km of beaches.

Puerto Banus Photo of Puerto Banus

Puerto Banus is a resort that offers a harbour with casino and numerous nightlife.

Puerto de la Duquesa Photo of Puerto de la Duquesa

Located between two blue flag beaches complete with beach bars, the port of Duquesa offers a relaxed and laid back atmosphere.

Torre del Mar Photo of Torre del Mar

Torre del Mar is a popular resort that offers a beach with watersport facilities.

Torremolinos Photo of Torremolinos

Torremolinos is the biggest resort on the Costa Del Sol and the liveliest with a lovely golden sandy beach.

Torrox Photo of Torrox

A quaint historical town, more sedate than it's lively neighbour of Nerja.

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