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Experience a lively honeymoon holiday
or romantic getaway in Torremolinos – Spain’s oldest, largest, noisiest and brashest resort.
The Costa del Sol’s most boisterous resort offers more than 6km of beaches that lie in front of and to either side of the resort town. A long promenade links all the beaches, with a choice of restaurants and chiringuitos (beach bars).
Both Torremolinos and nearby Benalmádena are renowned for good budget accommodation, a lively beach scene and a vibrant and inexpensive nightlife that attracts a mainly young blue-collar crowd.
To escape the mania of downtown Torremolinos, try staying at the Hotel Tropicana & Beach Club: this 4-star hotel sits right on the beach and boasts its own beach club at the far end of the La Carihuela coastal strip and is surrounded by bars and restaurants. Or try the character-filled Residencia Miami, situated close to the beach.
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Best time to honeymoon in Torremolinos
The best time for a Torremolinos honeymoon is during May, June, September and October when the days are long and sunny but lacking the crowds and torrid heat of July and August, when midday temperatures regularly soar beyond 30°C.
The Costa del Sol receives more than 320 days of sunshine a year, with an average temperature of 22°C. The average water temperature is around 18°C; in July and August it’s around 25°C.
For more climate info: Torremolinos Weather Guide
Torremolinos is located around 15km west of Malaga on the Costa del Sol, which stretches for more than 150km along the south coast of Spain from Tarifa in the east near Gibraltar to Almuñecar on the Costa Tropical, near Granada.
By air, Torremolinos is easily accessed via Málaga’s Pablo Picasso Airport, with hundreds of daily flights to and from all the major European cities including London, Paris and Rome.
Information on how to get to Torremolinos. . .