Popular Accommodations in Torremolinos
- Seven coastal kilometres
- Four beaches
- Crocodile park with more than 200 animals
- Aqualand Water Park
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Seven kilometres of coastline, beautiful beaches and many leisure attractions make Torremolinos a multifaceted holiday destination. Just a few hundred metres from the Mediterranean, you can rent an attractive holiday home, a modern apartment or a spacious holiday home. You live only a few minutes walk from the promenade and can easily reach shopping facilities.
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Location and orientation
To the west of the Bay of Málaga, Torremolinos is twelve kilometres from the provincial capital of Málaga and six kilometres from the Aeropuerto de Málaga airport. On the south coast of the Iberian peninsula, the seaside resort runs directly along the Costa del Sol. The nearly 68,000 inhabitants are distributed among the three districts El Bajondillo, El Calvario and La Carihuela. With its four beaches, numerous restaurants, bars and discos, Torremolinos is a popular destination for families and night owls.
During the third week of September, the Feria de Torremolinos street festival lasts several days.
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Not far from the city centre, the crowd-puller of the coastal city awaits you. The 16,000 square metre crocodile park is modelled on an African village and comprises artificial lakes in which more than 200 caimans, alligators and crocodiles live. During a guided tour, visitors learn interesting facts about the terrestrial vertebrates and can experience the feedings up close. Especially worth seeing is Paco, Europe's largest crocodile. It measures five metres in length and weighs more than 500 kilograms.2. Superlative bathing pleasure
Record-breaking water slides, wave pools, children's areas and quiet zones are united in the water park Aqualand in the centre of the city. Surrounded by dense trees, visitors can expect a varied bathing experience for young and old. Among the highlights are the 100 metre dark tunnel, the 22 metre high water slide Kamikaze, which is the highest in Europe or the surfing beach for surfers. Whirlpools and the tropical lagoon provide relaxation.3. Idyllic green area of the pulsating city
With an area of four hectares, the Jardín Botánico Molino de Inca Botanical Garden is a true oasis among the city's new buildings and attractions. Inside the complex there is a Japanese labyrinth, more than 150 palm trees and 400 bushes. You can also visit a historical mill, where an exhibition provides information about grain milling from different eras.