Torremolinos, just south of the central city of Malaga, has many amazing seafood restaurants and hotels along the waterfront La Carihuela village. The pedestrian-only Calle San Miguel is a bustling shopping district that leads directly to Playa Bajondillo.

For family entertainment, the Aqualand waterpark is the largest of its kind in the area, offering multiple slides, pools, and rapids. The beach area of Torremolinos is busiest during summer when its many resorts, hotels, and apartments are at full capacity. A 7-km promenade links 6 main beaches of Torremolinos – Los Alamos, Playamar,  El Saltillo, Playa Bajondillo, La Carihuela, and Montemar.

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  • 10 Best Places to Go After Dinner in Torremolinos

    The best things to do after dinner in Torremolinos include public squares, live shows, and late-night clubs that can be found throughout this popular beach town in the Costa del Sol. Torremolinos was the first city in Spain to launch a tourist economy in the 1950s when it was transformed from a sleepy fishing village into a resort town. It’s...

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