The largest and most commercialized resort on the Costa del Sol, Torremolinos has been popular with the British for years, attracted by its lively night and beach life. Boisterous, full of fun and noisy in high season, Torremolinos stretches for seven kilometers along the coast on either side of a rocky headland. Nothing is very far from a beach of clay colored sand, where watersports abound in mid summer.
With hundreds of bars and numerous clubs, the nightlife is partly what attracts so many visitors to Torremolinos. You'll never be lost for somewhere to go when the sun goes down, with the partying non stop until the early hours. As you'd expect of a busy tourist centre, Torremolinos has a host of restaurants catering for every taste.