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3 Bedroom Holiday Apartment To Rent in Torremolinos, Costa del Sol (Sleeps 6)

Between Playamar and La Colina and hotel Costa Lago lies this wonderful 3 bedroom / 2 bathroom apartment in the middle of Torremolinos. Its only a walk of 10 minutes to the beaches and boulevard. The bus station is on 3 min and goes to the centre of Torremolinos where all the shops / nightlife / restaurants etc are. On 10 min walk is the Playa Mar. Restaurants / supermarket are on 3 min from the apartment. This complex has a nice garden with pool and children's pool. Car park in the garage for your car. The apartment has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, a fully fitted kitchen, washing machine. Air conditioning and heating so its nice and cool in summer and also good holiday for winter times. There is a nice sunny terrace.

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About the area around Torremolinos

Torremolinos is bright, bold and packed with all the fun under the sun. Torremolinos is the most happening resort on this upbeat stretch of coast, is heaven if you want limitless entertainment on tap. If you can drag yourself away from the sandy beach, there's a wealth of enjoyment just waiting. The town's old El Calvario quarter is well worth a tour and if you want a taste of real Spain. Elsewhere, the town is jam-packed with gift shops, outdoor restaurants and bars, as well as excellent leisure amenities, so you can play tennis, ten-pin bowl or splash out a brilliant Aquapark. And naturally, the whole place is jumping at night, with lively discos, nightspots and British pubs galore. It's easy to get to Gibraltar when you want a breather. Journey time from airport: 25 minutes approx. Over the years, Torremolinos has evolved as an attractive and appealing resort, noted for its clean sandy beaches, wide choice of hotels and restaurants and unparalleled variety of entertainment, activities and nightlife available. At the height of summer, the resort has a great appeal for the younger set, with a reputation for its hectic nightlife. Out of season, however, it takes on a different character. Now practically a suburb of Málaga, the atmosphere is much more Spanish, especially at weekends, with an air of friendliness and welcome. Packed with tantalising shops, thronging with people of every nationality and located right at the heart of the town is the pedestrian only Calle San Miguel, the main artery of the town. This smartly paved pedestrianised street is lined with boutiques and shops with a great variety of goods on offer, attracting a constant flow of people. The Cuesta del Tajo, at the end of San Miguel, leads down a steep flight of steps through the old fishing district of El Bajondillo. This is a popular, picturesque area lined with restaurants and market-style kiosks, selling souvenirs. Down at the bottom is the beach of El Bajondillo. The beach area shows another side of Torremolinos. With massive hotels, apartment blocks, bars and restaurants, this area is packed during the summer. To the left, the Playa de Bajondillo gives way to the beaches of Playamar and Los Alamos. To the right, beyond the Castillo de Santa Clara, lie the beach areas of La Carihuela and Montemar. The seafront promenade, Paseo Maritimo, extends east to Playamar and west to La Carihuela, now continuing as far as Benalmádena Marina. The walk to La Carihuela offers pleasant sea views and some dramatic rock formations, before entering the old fishing village of La Carihuela which is a delightful area of picturesque simple houses and bougainvillea clad patios where old men play dominoes and drink anis. Many of the original cottages still exist and not all have been turned into bars or shops. Some have stood still in time. Wander around the area early one morning before the tourists wake up and see a different world. This is the area also known for its excellent seafood restaurants and chiringuitos (beach bars). The area of El Calvario is less known to the average tourist. Located to the north of the main road which cuts through Torremolinos, it offers a quieter area of small streets of bars, with an appeal to those who prefer to be away from the bustle of the centre. More than one thousand species of trees have been planted in the town, ranging from the exotic magnolia and banana tree to vibrantly colourful beds of roses and azaleas. On the outskirts of town, there are three forests with freshwater springs and barbecue facilities and highly recommended for those seeking a little reprieve from the bucket and spade scenario on the coast. At the same time, if it's family fun you want, Torremolinos is hard to beat with seasonal sea sports including windsurfing, paragliding, water skiing and pedal boats.

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