Leslie's trip to malaga
By Leslie cullen
Had an amazing 3-night escape at the Torremolinos resort! Sun, sand, and all the good vibes. Just a stone's throw from the beach, the lively atmosphere and local delights made it a perfect short getaway. Embraced the coastal charm and soaked up every moment of this fantastic holiday.
Originally a fishing village, Torremolinos is now one of the Costa del Sol’s most popular resort. With waterparks to entertain the kids, monuments to explore and a lively marina to enjoy both day and night. It’s only a 30-minute short drive from Malaga airport with plenty of historic and cultural attractions as well as long stretches sandy beach galore.
What I Loved
The stretch of resorts from Fuengirola to Benalmadena, continues to offer exceptional value for money. The combination of affordability and fantastic amenities makes it a standout destination for an economical yet enjoyable vacation.
Activities & Places to See
- Explore the vibrant streets, historic landmarks, and cultural delights of Malaga City, offering a rich blend of history and modern charm.
- Indulge in some retail therapy at the Designer Outlet Plaza Mayor in Torremolinos, where you can discover a variety of high-end brands and fashionable finds.
- Take a day trip to the iconic Rock of Gibraltar, enjoying stunning views and exploring the unique blend of British and Spanish influences in this captivating location.
Explore Calle Marqués de Larios, the main shopping street in Malaga. Lined with shops and boutiques, it's a pedestrian-friendly area where you can find both popular brands and local retailers. Immerse yourself in the local culture at Atarazanas Market. This vibrant indoor market offers fresh produce, meats, and local delicacies. It's a great place to experience the flavours of Malaga.