Tres Torres

avenida Los Manantiales s/n, Torremolinos, Costa del Sol, 29620, Spain
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worth the trip

by dvunsd

Is it worth going to this city? Many reviews say it is not a beautiful destination but a overdeveloped tourist trap. Can someone please give me an insight to this?
Thank you.

Re: worth the trip

by Carmela71

I personally think that there are better places to go around as fuengirola, Benalmadena old town or Mijas (Nerja or frigiliana on the other side). I think it is a good destination to stay (cheap accomodation and good transport around) and use it as base for travelling around (train and bus) but not for a day excursion visit. But as I said thats my personal opinion

Re: worth the trip

by meek8405

what city are you talking If so, it's wonderful there. You won't need more than about 3 days to see all the main touristy sites in the centre, but I thought it was outstanding.

Re: worth the trip

by Carmela71

Barcelona? But this is Torremolinos forum. Barcelona needs more than just 3 days!! LOL (but it is only 1100 km distance from Torremolinos)

Travel Tips for Torremolinos


by LoriPori

The Mediterranean gives Torremolinos its enviable climate. The winters are usually mild, but on this day it was quite cool and very windy as the photo shows.
Its beaches have been chosen by thousands of visitors, mainly European holidaymakers, escaping the colder northern parts. It has seven kilometres of fine, sandy beaches -- especially its two famous beaches -- Bajondillo and the Carihuela.

Hiking and Walking Trails

by keeweechic

Behind Torremolinos are hills and mountains which tend to shelter the town. The mountain range takes in Blanca, Alpujata, Canucha and the Mijas Sierras. There are a number of hiking trails to enjoy as well as just being able to ramble through the forests or be more adventurous and hike along the crags and steep peaks. One of the treks from the town will take you up to the cable car station.



Another one of our favourite restaurants is the RESTAURANTE CHINO SANDA. We ate here three times in four weeks. They offered an excellent 'Menu del dia" for the tidy sum of 5,20 Euros. Hans and I both had Chicken with Almonds, and everytime, it came out fresh, hot and delicious as it was cooked to order. A side dish of fried rice with egg came with it. Appetizers were a choice of Chicken & mushroom soup or spring roll. I found the chicken soup very watery with very little pieces of chicken, but the spring roll was delicious and bursting with sprouts and vegetables. For dessert, you had a choice of ice cream or caramel cream cake. Coffee & tea is extra if you order dessert. All in all it's good value. Take-out is available.

Plaza Pablo Ruiz Picasso.

by Regina1965

In the center of Torremolinos is the lovely Picasso square "Plaza Pablo Ruiz Picasso" with a statue of Picasso. The famous artist Picasso was born in Malaga, just 12 km away from Torremolinos, so this big square is a good homage to Picasso. There is also the Caféteria Picasso on the square and the church "Madre del Buen Consejo".

Right above the square is what I call China town, with the Chinese food stores.

Plaza del Panorama

by suvanki

As expected, Plaza del Panorama promises...... Panoramic views.

Well on a clear day, I'm sure that you could see for miles and miles, but as you can see in pic 2, it was a cloudy day (and boy, didn't the skies empty shortly after leaving the tapas bar)!!

In this plaza was a trendy looking cafe, decorated in pink, with a covered outside eating area, this was next door to Matahambra, where we enjoyed a sumptious tapas lunch. I should imagine that this plaza attracts professionals/ trendy Torremolinenses etc especially during the summer months.


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