TORREMOLINOS CLIMATE AND RESORT OVERVIEW
It is known for its fun in the sun attitude with plenty of good beaches thrown in to the mix so it’s no wonder its one of the most popular holiday destinations in this part of the world.
Torremolinos is located in the ever flamboyant Costa del Sol, in the Province of Malaga where you can expect beautiful beaches and some hedonistic parties. Here is a zoomable map of Torremolinos.
Situated just 7km from Malaga Airport you are practically stepping off the plane with a glass of Sangria in your hand.
So if you fancy a holiday where good times are just another regular occurrence then head to Torremolinos, you will not be disappointed.
SUMMER IN TORREMOLINOS
Beach lovers will not be left broken hearted in Torremolinos. With more award winning beaches than you can shake a stick it, your most difficult decision on a holiday to these parts will be which beach is best to lie back in the 30 degree Celsius heat.
Bajondillo Beach is one of the most popular beaches in the whole of the area, especially during the summer season. With water sports which will keep any water baby happy including paragliding, jet skiing and water skiing. Furthermore, with an average sea temperature of 22 degrees Celsius being forecast for the season you can immerse yourself in the sea for as long as you like. What’s more, a little dip is the sea may bring a bit of relief from the warm temperatures. However, heat index comfort levels suggest that prolonged activity in the sun may cause fatigue so be sure to take regular breaks. Be sure to double-check our risk charts for Torremolinos to determine what the probabilities of a specific weather event occurring will be for that day.
Another popular beach in these parts is La Carihuela which is well known for its amenities including bars and restaurants where you can enjoy some delicious world famous Mediterranean cuisine.
AUTUMN IN TORREMOLINOS
During the autumn months the crowds of summer have disappeared for the most part so it may be an ideal time to get out and do some exploring. Torremolions is located just 20 minutes from Malaga and is surely worth a visit during your stay.
With some impressive sights which would make Paris or Milan envious you eyes will be in for a treat in these parts, for example Malaga Cathedral. This gothic style cathedral was built between 1528 and 1782 and has never been completed hence the nickname “La Manquita”, meaning the “one arm”. With temperatures reaching an average maximum of 24 degrees Celsius you can roam freely in the sun without fear of becoming too warm. Check the climate profile for Torremolinos to get a better feel of the average temperatures and other meteorological information for each month of the year
If, however, temperatures do reach a higher temperature as during this season they can reach 28 degrees Celsius then you may want to venture into one of the many cafe and restaurants in order to cool down. Furthermore, heat comfort index levels suggest that prolonged activity in the sun during these temperatures may cause fatigue so you have a good excuse to have a wee tipple or two.
WINTER IN TORREMOLINOS
It’s that time of year when the manic last minute Christmas shopping begins to take effect. However, in Torremolinos there is no need for the haste as you are sure to find the perfect Christmas present for others and yourself. The Calle San Miguel is lined with shops and boutiques which sell a wide range of goods which will please even the fussiest of people. Moreover as temperatures can fall to an average minimum of 8 degrees Celsius you may find that you just might need to buy a new coat to help keep you warm.
If all that shopping has worked up an appetite then the many cafes and restaurants in Torremolinos will surely curb any hunger pains. For example, Restaurante Los Pescadores Playa SL serves up some delicious seafood which will delight any gourmand. If however, that doesn’t quite take your liking then don’t worry as your home comforts aren’t too far away - there is a Burger King also located here.
SPRING IN TORREMOLINOS
During the spring months the temperatures can reach an average maximum of 22 degrees Celsius which mean that prolonged activity in the sun should not cause any fatigue or discomfort. So why not take full advantage of that fact and get out and discover something new.
The Sierra de Mijas Mountains nestled behind the Costa del Sol in Andalucía provides ideal conditions for avid climbers, hikers and mountain bikers who fancy doing something a little different on a Spanish holiday. Made up of marble with limestone outcrops you certainly will be able to take a few stunning holiday snaps.
Furthermore, there are a number of trails for you to choose from which will lead you to the highest point, Pico Mijas which is a whopping 1,150 metres high. Also, with an average wind speed forecast for this season is 8mph so you don’t have to worry too much about being blown away by the wind, the view enough will do that for you.