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Torremolinos, on the Costa del Sol in Southern Spain, has been attracting holidaymakers for nearly 70 years. This quiet little fishing village was thrust into the limelight in the 1950's when American film stars made this the place to be seen. Now Torremolinos is popular with European families and those wanting a vibrant nightlife scene. Low cost airlines serving Malaga Airport, just 6km away, have helped keep this one of Europe's favorite holiday destinations. In the peak summer season Torremolinos hotels are busy and should be reserved before arriving. Venere.com is an excellent choice of booking agent as their website provides current reviews, and photos of the hotels and rooms. The hot summers, sometimes hitting 40°C (104°F), and mild winters bring sun seekers both Spanish and international back year after year.
What's Torremolinos Like?
The 6km of beaches in Torremolinos are divided into four areas, Los Alamos, Playamar, El Bajondillo, and La Carihuela all of which have facilities such as restaurants, beach equipment rental, and water activities. The modernized promenade and pedestrianized streets are great for those who prefer to go by foot and enjoy the scenery. Just 10 minutes away is Aqualand Torremolinos water park, one of the largest water parks on the Costa del Sol. Although tourism has had a huge impact on this once small fishing village, there are still many places one can go to see part of its history. Calle San Miguel which runs from Pimentel Tower to the Costa del Sol Plaza is in the heart of the old town and is full of shops of all sizes. The small alleyways with shops and plazas with fountains makes this much more than just a shopping trip.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Torremolinos
Seafood features heavily on the menus in many restaurants. The fish is fresh and prepared excellently. Don't miss the opportunity to try espeto de sardinas which are sardines on a skewer prepared over a fire, often on the beach. Although high season can be busy, many northern Europeans will spend the winter in Torremolinos enjoying the mild climate. Be aware, out of season some of the shops and businesses may not be open or may have limited hours. Torremolinos continues to be one of the favorite vacation spots for all types of individuals, young and old alike, and it has a good selection of bars and nightclubs catering to all groups of holidaymakers. To guarantee you get the best hotel accommodation and in the area you want, you should book early with Venere.com to avoid disappointment.