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The centre of Torremolinos has two good beaches – La Carihuela and Bajondillo. The only visible difference is. location, side by side. The first time we stayed in Bajondillo, and, by commodity or by.
This year, I visited torremolinos again. I have gone from many years to torremolinos cause it´s got a lovely weather and it´s a small town so you can walk and see everything. In San miguel street,the.
Once more in Torremolinos, to confirm that it has not much to see and do besides beach and nightlife. Well, not exactly – behind my hotel there’s a handsome building that was declared Historic.
One of the things that most impressed me about Torremolinos is the care with which they have done up the sea-front promenade, the Paseo Maritimo. It stretches for several kilometres, all of them.
Returning to our apartments via Plaza San Miguel, I noticed that the Church was open, so we nipped in for a quick look. The exterior is quite attractive with its whitewashed walls and mustard coloured.
In the middle of Bajondillo by Paseo Marítimo there is a very popular mini golf. The theme there is the major attractions in the world, The Statue of Liberty, The Tower of Pisa etc. It is open from 10.
The Camino de la Playa is a set of steps which cling to the cliffs at the end of El Bajondillo beach which were right next to my hotel – Melia Costa del Sol. The steps are pretty steep but there are.
Sunday morning, and my last day in Torremolinos. My flight wasn’t until that evening so there was time to visit the nearby White Village (or pueblo blancos) ‘ of Mijas an hour away by bus. Gillybob.
Leaving our shelter from the rain, we headed west, dodging the puddles, The architecture was quite interesting, with tiled roofs and tiled pictures (pic 2), we were now in La Carihuela-the former.
Torremolinos is a municipality on the Costa del Sol of the Mediterranean, immediately to the west of the city of M laga, in the province of M laga in the.
The competition to keep the tourists inside the hotels is strong and wild, with advantages to the customers. Spanish hotels developed a standard of activities.
Despite its growth towards touristy exploitation, Torremolinos still keeps some few details from its origin. Too much commerce around, too much modern adding.
Not far from the Bajondillo Apartments is EXOTIC TOUR Travel Agency and Exchange. Their tour prices are very reasonable and they always give a fair exchange.
This was one of my favourite things to do while staying for such a long time on the beach. Get up really early in the morning and watch the sun rise. It is.
What else can I say but The Lift situated behind the Bajondillo Apartments, the lift takes you up into the main town, saving you a long walk up many.many.
Torremolinos was certainly the place to do gift shopping. There are so many great bargains here. o)If found this lovely fella that engraved gifts while we.
Ok, for those of you that have visited Torremolinos – did you go for a walk along the beachfront on the walkway? Of course you did. o) For those of you that.
Why not take a cruise aboard the STARFISH, along the shores of the Mediterranean. COSTASOL CRUCEROS offers this very thing. Leaves Benalmadena at 10:30 12:30.
While in Arroyo de la Miel, why not take the TOURIST TRAIN or Trenes Turisticos. Departures are every hour from 10:00 a.m. Duration is 50 minutes and cost is.
Leaving Calle San Miguel, we headed back to the Bajondillo Apartments via Plaza de los Tajilloes and Calle de Bajondillo, which is quite a pleasant route, with.
After enjoying another walk down Paseo Maritimo to La Carihuela (stopping at La Roca for our obligatory VT Group Shot) 22 of us enjoyed a leisurely lunch of.
Walking a bit further I spotted this athletic looking sculpture on the beach. Quite a graceful pose! I’m afraid that I haven’t been able to find out anything.
Now the first thing to do while visiting a new town is to head for the Information centers and get all the information you need on the town and a map. What I.
Leaving Calle Carmen, we arrived back to the promenade at Paseo Maritimo de la Carlihuela and the beach of Playa De La Carihuela. It wasn’t long before we came.
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.