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Discover the magic of Torremolinos

The AluaSoul Costa Malaga Hotel boasts an ideal location in Torremolinos on the Costa del Sol. Just 800 metres from the beach and with easy access to public transport, guests have everything the destination has to offer within very easy reach, from delicious cuisine to a wide range of daytime and evening activities. And there are also fantastic leisure and entertainment facilities only 50 metres from the hotel. Get ready to enjoy an unforgettable holiday!

Torremolinos old town

Visit the old town of Torremolinos and take a stroll along the Calle San Miguel, a street full of bars, restaurants and shops, or around the San Miguel Arcángel Parish and the Pimentel Tower.

Benalmádena town

Benalmádena Pueblo is a peaceful Andalusian town full of whitewashed houses with terracotta roof tiles, ideal for taking a break from the more touristy areas and enjoying the pretty squares and gardens.

Pimentel Tower

The Torre de los Molinos (Mill Tower), which later became known as the Pimentel Tower, was the inspiration behind the name of the town and millers' district that would become Torremolinos.

Malaga overview

La Batería Park

La Batería Park is a charming little oasis with a Venetian merry-go-round and an artificial lake, making it ideal for getting away from the bustling city centre.

The Navajas House

A neo-Mudejar-style mansion built in 1925 by the Luque-Navajas family, now a venue for exhibitions and cultural events as well as a popular tourist attraction.

The Coastal Path

A coastal tour in the province of Malaga that includes beaches, cliffs, seafront promenades and stunning natural scenery.

pier looking out onto ocean

Enjoy the most amazing beaches

This coastal paradise is home to the most crystal-clear waters and golden sand. Savour an oasis of endless fun while you bask in the Mediterranean sunshine, try every one of the delicious delicacies on offer in the beach bars, and enjoy unforgettable experiences by the sea.

town overlooking into the sea

La Carihuela

La Carihuela Beach is a cosmopolitan meeting point with plenty of seaside charm, excellent cuisine, and numerous leisure and entertainment options. Discover the quiet streets and picturesque little houses adorned with colourful bougainvillea, all just a few steps from the seafront.

Beach area with ample seating


A beach which is very near the centre of Torremolinos and easy to reach on foot along Benyamina Avenue. The beach is one kilometre long and around an average of 50 metres wide. The area is also home to the Playamar Towers, an example of what is known as the Relaxation Architecture which is typical of Torremolinos.

palms on beach


A magnificent stretch of coastline that is 40 metres wide and over one kilometre long, located practically in the centre of the city and therefore one of the most popular beaches.


San Miguel Romería and Fair
Discover the best of Andalusian culture at the San Miguel Romería, the most important festival of its kind in Andalusia, attracting thousands of pilgrims every year to celebrate ancient traditions. Don’t miss it!

Virgen del Carmen Fair
The Virgen del Carmen Fair in La Carihuela pays tribute to the devotion to the sea and includes a thrilling procession of boats on the sea around Torremolinos.

Festival of Cultures
Discover a world of more than 120 different cultures and a choice of unmissable events at the Festival of Cultures in Torremolinos.

Rockin’Race Jamboree
Held every year in February, this event brings together bands playing 20th-century sounds including swing or rhythm and blues from the forties to the neo-rockabilly of the eighties and music of the fifties.



The town is considered the capital of southern Europe for LGTBIQ+ visitors. LGTBI-friendly hotels, discos, restaurants, bars and many other leisure and entertainment facilities make this corner of the Mediterranean a huge attraction, together with a wide range of sports, natural beauty, beaches and sunshine to enjoy all year round. Every spring the region hosts Torremolinos Pride, a major festival that includes a float parade, exhibitions, activities and dining experiences, with the icing on the cake being the concerts held in the Plaza de La Nogalera.

Young female couple hugging with rainbow scarf at the pride event
Golf ball at the edge of a hole on the green

Golf in Guadalmar

Torremolinos has one of the most interesting golf courses on the Costa del Sol. Guadalmar is a 9-hole course with a practice room and technology room where visitors can improve their technique. There are also regular tournaments which are open to visitors.


The 7th hole on the course is named "Angustias” (Anguish), and is an exact replica of the legendary 12th hole at the Augusta National course. The Costa del Sol thus provides a little taste of the famous Amen Corner, the name given to the 11th, 12th and 13th holes at Augusta due to their enormous difficulty.


For more information, please ask our reception team.

Horse Legs

Outdoor Activities

Torremolinos is also a great place for other outdoor activities such as hiking, either along the 6-kilometre seafront promenade or on the Camino del Agua, the Senda Litoral or the Gran Senda de Malaga. Running and cycling along a network of trails that allow you to visit nature reserves such as the Cañada del Lobo. Horse riding and water activities.


There is also an athletics track and football pitch very near the hotel, both of which regularly host professional events.