Hotel Blason

Av. de los Manatiales, 1, Torremolinos, 29620, Spain
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by clmbsb

My friend is thinking od coming to the Costa Del Sol in Jan for 5 days with her 10 year old son. They will be staying in either Benalmadena, Torremolinos or Fuengirola. What will be open this time of year? He likes to be kept busy. I suggested the zoo, Gibraltar and maybe a boat trip. Is there anything else?



RE: January

by Rach109

hi there claire

have a look here : and here :

i know in january time the following are open : sea life centre in Benal,Tivoli world and cable cars,Benal ,fuengirola zoo,cable cars & apes on Gibraltar,i think the selwo parks aswell

Hope they have a fab time :)

RE: RE: January

by Waalewiener

Hi There
My wife & are going for a month to Torremolinos in Jan /Feb .

I agree a trip to Gibraltar is great fun for a 10 year old .
To see the Apes and going on this Big Hill /Mountain it will be awsome
for a kid that age .

We like Puerto Banus because all the fancy yachts that are docked there ,it is Cool place many not so much for kids .

Mijas a village in the mountain would be a lovely day trip.

Plenty to do in that area between Torremolinos & Benalmaldina I saw a place with a lot of kids playing there you can't miss it when you walk by it .

Have fun


Travel Tips for Torremolinos

The Internet Cafe

by Geoff_Wright

During our first few days we frequented Bobbie's Internet Cafe, in the main square (Aviendo Jesus Santos Rein). Bobbie charges 1 Euro per half hour, and 2 Euros per hour, still much less than the hotel (See Tourist Traps).

He is open in the summer months from 10 until midnight, and between 10 and 5 pm in the wintertime, although we found his cafe shut on several occasions, probably due to the bad weather.

You can get a nice cup of coffee with brandy here for 1.80 euros.


by LoriPori

Friday, March 23, 2001
While in this amazing town, you can also visit Ronda's "Plaza de Toros" a very original bullring ( one of the oldest in Spain) made entirely of stone and built in 1784 in neoclassical style. There is also the Church of Santa Maria, the house of Don Bosco and the TAJO GORGE which is 660 feet deep. More impressive than its buildings however, is the spectacular location of this town. Hans and I were just in awe of this place and highly recommend it as a day trip.

A very Spanish Tapas bar.

by Regina1965 about Bar Andaluz in Bajondillo.

While living in Torremolinos for 6 months in 2009 there was a Tapas-bar we frequently went to as it was on the first floor in our building, so it came in handy. It was a bit cheaper than other restaurants, family-run and with excellent service.

We went there so often but my tip is on a dinner that my friends had - shrimps Pil-Pil in sizzling hot oil with garlic and seasoning and deep-fried squid. Everything was up to par and the dinner was delicious.

It is closed on Mondays like so many other places.

The restaurant is located on the ground floor in a residential property/block of flats with the whole ground floor being restaurants from one corner to the other. Opposite is the Mini-Golf.

The Ladies By Night

by keeweechic

The large sculpture is of two ladies running. Picasso’s version was of them running on a beach with the ocean in the background. Being on a roundabout, the sculpture can be enjoyed from all angles. At night the statues is floodlit and looks lovely

Church of San Carmem

by suvanki

This Church on Calle San Carmen in La Carihuela is dedicated to Saint Carmen-the patron saint of sailors/fishermen.
La Carihuela was a one time fishing village, which is now part of Torremolinos.

This church is to be found amongst the shops of Calle San Carmen. It was open, so we popped in.
It was quite a simple church. The alter was decorated with tiles that surround the icon of Saint Carmen.
To either side of the alter are two niched alcoves containing prints and a lantern.


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