Discover the beauty and charm of Torremolinos with our comprehensive map. Located on the Costa del Sol in southern Spain, Torremolinos is a stunning town known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife, and rich history. With something to offer for everyone, it’s a must-visit destination.
Our Torremolinos map is your guide to all the top tourist attractions, parks and gardens, shopping centers, and more. Use it to plan your itinerary and find all the top sights and attractions. From historic landmarks to modern attractions, Torremolinos has plenty to see and do. And with our map as your guide, you won’t miss a thing.
Start exploring Torremolinos today with our comprehensive map. We hope you have a wonderful time in this beautiful town!
Neighborhoods of Torremolinos
Torremolinos has several neighborhoods that offer different experiences for visitors and locals alike. From east to west, the neighborhoods are: El Pinillo, which borders Benalmádena, and Los Álamos, which borders Guadalmar in Málaga. Each neighborhood has its own unique character and charm.
The Torremolinos train station is located just off Calle San Miguel underground the Plaza de la Nogalera. Every 20 minutes local trains (known as cercanías) run east to Malaga (taking approx. 45 mns), stopping en route at Fuengirola and Malaga airport (AGP). Additional trains run just to Fuengirola (approx. 15 mins)
- Los Alamos – Has train stop – (Map)
- La Colina – Has train stop – (Map)
- El Pinar – (Map)
- Playamar – (Map)
- El Bajondillo – (Map)
- Centro de Torremolinos – Has train station – (Map)
- El Calvario – (Map)
- La Carihuela – (Map)
- Montemar – Has train stop – (Map)
- El Pinillo – Has train stop – (Map)
The town’s name, Torremolinos, comes from the Arabic word for “Tower of the Mills” and refers to the many mills that were once used in the area. One of these mills, the Inca Mill, still stands today and is now a botanical garden. The Pimentel Tower is another historical landmark in Torremolinos that is worth visiting. It was built in the 14th century and is one of the few remaining towers from the Moorish period.
- Calle San Miguel (Map)
- Torre de Pimentel (Map)
- Crocodile Park (Map)
- Mirador del Lobo (Map)
- Aqualand Torremolinos (Map)
- Casa de los Navajas (Map)
- Church of San Miguel (Map)
- Ermita of San Miguel (Map)
- Cueva del Toro (Map)
- Municipal pool (Map)
- Fairgrounds (Map)
Parks and Gardens
Torremolinos is home to many beautiful parks and gardens where you can relax and enjoy nature.
- Battery Park (Parque La Bateria) (Map)
- Inca Mill Botanical Garden (Jardin Botanico Molino de Inca) (Map)
- Batan Mill (Map)
- Pinar de los Manantiales (Map)
- Pinar Molino del Moro (Map)
Torremolinos offers many ways to enjoy nature and hiking is one of them. Walking is one of the most healthy and easy to practice sports that is within everyone’s reach. An excellent place for hiking is the promenade, more than six kilometers along the seafront. The Water Trail is an ambitious project by the Torremolinos Town Council allowing you to plan a larger route, a route combining both urban and mountain areas. The municipality is also ideal for more ambitious athletes, with major hiking routes such as the stages of the Coastal Path and the Great Path of Malaga
- Pico Jabalcuza (Map)
- Torremolinos – Arroyo de la Cueva de la Higuera – Palomas – Jabalcuza – Cañada del Lobo (Map)
- Arroyo de Los Gatos – Arroyo de los Pinillos – Arroyo del Pedregal (Map)
- Sierra de Torremolinos (Map)
- Cañada del Lobo (Map)
- Mirador del Lobo (Map)
- Pico Palomas (Map)
- Los Puertos de Torremolinos (Map)
As for the CostaSol shopping center, it is a large shopping center located in Torremolinos. Inside, you will find a Carrefour supermarket, as well as many other shops and places to eat. It’s a great place to do some shopping or grab a bite to eat while in Torremolinos.
Torremolinos is a popular beach destination on the Costa del Sol in Andalusia, southern Spain. The town has several kilometers of beautiful beaches with golden sand and clear waters. The beaches are lined with a lively promenade, where visitors can take a stroll and enjoy the Mediterranean sun. There are also many beach bars and restaurants, known as chiringuitos, where visitors can enjoy a drink or a meal while taking in the sea views.
Below a list of the most popular beaches in Torremolinos:
- La Carihuela (Map)
- Bajondillo beach (Map)
- Palms and grass on the beach (Map)
- Los Alamos (Map)
- Paraiso Beach Torremolinos (Map)
- Hawaii Playa (Map)
- Playamar (Map)
- Playa Rincón Del Sol (Map)
Parking in Torremolinos
If you have decided to rent a car in Malaga, you will find the following list of car parks in Torremolinos useful. Along the promenade there are quite a few outdoor car parks. In addition, in the center there is a campaign of free parking in five locations in the historic center: you can park for free for consuming or buying in many businesses in Torremolinos. The campaign is called ‘Buy in the center and park for free’ and the adhered car parks are: Plaza de Andalucía, San Enrique, Isabel Manoja, Maestra Miret and Pueblo Blanco. However, it is not clear if this campaign is always available or if it is only available at certain times .
- Plaza de Andalucía (Map)
- San Enrique (Map)
- Isabel Manoja (Map)
- Parking El Congreso (Map)
- Free Parking Los Palacios (Map)
- Pueblo Blanco (Map)
- Free Public Parking (Map)