Torremar Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

C/ Saladero Viejo 15, Torre del Mar, Costa del Sol, 29740, Spain
Torremar Hotel
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Costs 296% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples55
  • Solo42
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

Day Trip

by camchase

I want to do a guided tour from Malaga to Morocco on Saturday 27 Nov. Are there any tour companies I can contact to make an arrangement. Thank you.

Re: Day Trip

by angiebabe

Hi how long do you want your day to be, ie how many hours are you prepared to fit into a day as i used to travel to Morocco via Malaga quite regularly and doing it the fastest itd take 4 hours each way to get to Tangier - which doesnt leave you much time to make the expense of getting there that worth while - you could go to Ceuta but its not really worth going I dont reckon but yes certainly if you go with a company that takes you there and back with no having to find your own connections etc it could work - and perhaps with gaining an hour when you get over there from spain that might help too - but you lose it again when you come back!
there is a tour company and Ive been doing a google to try to find them but havent found them yet - they might have been a sideline of the boat/ferry companies
If you could stay overnight then yes Id say go and do it - but for only a day youd better off seeing some places like Gibraltar or Tarifa or Ronda - or going to Granada to see the largest Moorish old town in Spain, the Albacin, along with the amazing Alahmbra - or you already been?

Re: Day Trip

by camchase

Thank you for your response. We will only be able to make it a day trip, even though it would be short that's ok. If you find the tour company please forward it on. Thank you.

Re: Day Trip

by WomBatt

A day trip to Morocco means a day trip to Tangier, which is not the same, but perhaps - but I am not aware that this company or any other picks up in Malaga.

Re: Day Trip

by johnincornwall

This is the company you want for the day trip mate:

We did it with them in midsummer a few years ago. It's all very packaged but well-organised. There have been threads on this recently and I summarised the experience, check them out.

You probably have to drive down to Tarifa first though. We were staying near Cadiz (a good hour away) when we did it so it's easily possible, just a long day. As you dont have much time maybe ring up frs? They speak most lingos.

Re: Day Trip

by jocelyneca

just been back from morocco.
we spent 20 days with a local travel company ;
they offer good trips and plans.


Travel Tips for Málaga


by satara

Alcazaba probably was one of the nicest things I've seen in Malaga. Just don't have rush, like my colleagues did, and don't think that Alcazaba is the same thing as castle of Gibralfaro - yes, you can buy a "combined" ticket so you can see them both, but Alcazaba has some different spirit, just turn left when entered and you will discover nice inner gardens remained from Moorish times.

Prise yourself away from the...

by gabriellefox

Prise yourself away from the beaches and explore Alhurin further inland. It is a lovely urbanisation, with shops, bars and clubs. There are also golf clubs and nature parks nearby. Take a drive up the mountains and allow the adventure to unfold.


by Helga67

Marbella is a popular and luxurious tourist resort west of Málaga (about 60 km). It is well known as it attracts wealthy people from all over the world.

We spent an evening here walking through the old town with its small streets and alleyways and having dinner in one of its many restaurants and bars. Especially around Plaza los Naranjas there are many restaurants.

It can easily be reached by 'autopista' (highway).

Marbella nightlife is kicking...

by gabriellefox

Marbella nightlife is kicking and offers something for everyone.
Its musical life, both classical and pop, includes concerts and recitals by world famous artists. Lighter entertainment is also on offer - piano bars, karaoke bars, flamenco centres, and the like. Sabrina, Helen and I made the most of the nightlife and always chose to dress up to impress.

Beach view with local menu

by rluedeka about Antonio Martin

When in Spain, be sure to check restaurant hours and days of operation. We wanted to go to Casa Pedro, but it was closed Monday's. Our hotel recommended Antonio Martin. We fifured it would be good based on a number of reviews in other publications. It was large, modern (under a canvas top) and on the beach in downtown Malaga. The clientele were mostly business people dressed as if they just came off the beach (we were dressed for dinner in Spain). The menu offered a good selection of classic Spanish dishes. We selected lamb chops and seafood paella. I guess it is expected, but the lamb chops were par boiled, gristly and cooked to obivion. The paella (you must order for two doubling the menu price, even if you want one order) on the otherhand was superb. It included muscles, small shellfish, whole prawns and a small, delcious rock lobster with saffron rice. We ordered a bottle of a familiar rioja that was reasonably priced. While we were waiting for our wine, I overheard a gentleman several tables away tell his waiter, "We did not order a reserve." I should have paid note. They presented to us a 1999 vintage and it was typically rioja with an initial tart, sharp edge. It mellowed after airing a bit. When the check came, the wine was more than twice the price of what we ordered, and sure enough, looking at the label, they served a reserve to us. It was not worth the extra price, but having consumed the bottle, it was too late to complain. I'll be more observant next time. The seafood paella was outstanding. We saw salt baked sea bass being served. This can be a delicious dish. The gentleman who ordered it reported that the bass was moist and very flavorful without the slightest hint of a salt taste.


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 Torremar Hotel

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Address: C/ Saladero Viejo 15, Torre del Mar, Costa del Sol, 29740, Spain