Torremolinos could be your next home
Over recent years, more and more expats have found Torremolinos to be their home. Now today, the town has a thriving, permanent expat community from the UK and other parts of Europe.
Between the 1960s – 70s, Torremolinos was only but a small fishing village. But now, the place is lined with various tourist attractions, hotels, restaurants, bars, and clubs which look onto the golden beaches of the town.
Due to the plight of tourism, the transport infrastructure has been given much attention by the local councils and now it is the best in southern Spain. From Malaga airport, you can catch a bus or train which will take you straight to the town.
Amongst the high rise building on coastline, you can find delights in the old town with it’s heritage intact. Move along to the main street of Calle San Miguel and you can find beautiful boutiques and fashionable brands around. If you have an affinity for history, we do recommend the angelic church of Iglesia de San Miguel.
Choose weather, choose property, choose life
Across all of the Costa del Sol region, the weather is tremendous and Torremolinos is no exception. The climate of the region ranges from hot, dry summers to mild winters and nothing below the minus. Enjoy a long after dinner stroll across the 8km beach which is lit in the night. The promenade is such a place for this and peaceful cycle rides with the family with refreshments from bars along the way.
It is said that Torremolinos boasts one of the best nightlife experience on the coast. To add, each year the town hosts the region’s annual gay pride. It is a place of your choosing, whether to push the boundaries of the clubbing scene or retire early full with wine and tapas. The choice is yours, the diversity is surely the town’s charm.