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Torremolinos is one of the first destinations to be developed on the Costa del Sol in the 1950s and 1960s. Beautiful beaches that continue in an almost unbroken line for tens of km. Summer season from late March to late October. Attractions for kids and families, courses for golfers, and a large variety of restaurants for dining out. Andalusian villages and breathtaking landscapes.

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Costa del Sol & Andalucia Things To Do

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Private Airport Transfers, from Malaga Airport (AGP) to Torremolinos city center
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Torremolinos and Costa del Sol has a subtropical climate. In the summer, from May to August, it’s always warm with clear skies. August is the warmest month and the temperature is around 30-35 celcius, daytime. September with moderate temperatures and fewer tourists is really good option to visit Costa del Sol in generel. March, April and November the temperature is around 20 celcius, daytime. January is the coldest, between 14-16 celcius.

Torremolinos boasts six beaches within its municipality and all have golden, clean sands and lots of facilities, including restaurants and
water sports. The 7 kilometres promenade that backs the beaches is perfect for an evening stroll taking you through the quaint fishing village of La Carihuela on to the marina at Benalmadena.

Where to eat and drink in Torremolinos?

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Flights to Torremolinos, Spain

Málaga Airport (AGP), from Torremolinos 10km

Header image by Tiia Monto View from Torre Mirador towards east, Torremolinos. 16 September 2012, 17:54:00. Modified: resize and cropping Link… 

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