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Suggestions for the whole family on the Costa del Sol in the autumn

Suggestions for the whole family on the Costa del Sol in the autumn

If you thought that the Costa del Sol was exclusively a sun and beach destination, you will be surprised to read how many things you can do in autumn, since Malaga offers endless possibilities beyond its famous coastline. The mild temperatures of these months make autumn one of the best times to visit this region with children. Today we propose some ideas so that neither the kids, nor the rest of the family, get bored for a second.A few kilometres from the beach, in the interior o...

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La Romería and the Feria de Torremolinos

La Romería and the Feria de Torremolinos

These days the city of Torremolinos is at its peak. With the arrival of autumn, and although the heat remains is the time of year when all the neighbors go out to the streets to celebrate the Romería de San Miguel and the Fair. Until Sunday, the city has an intense programme of festivities, concerts and shows on multiple stages, both urban and in the fairgrounds.The San Miguel Pilgrimage is the prelude to the Fair and is considered a Festival of National Tourist Interest, as well as being...

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Torremolinos: the small fishing village that became the flagship of modernity

Torremolinos: the small fishing village that became the flagship of modernity

We easily attribute to municipalities like Sitges or Benidorm the social and cultural change they brought to Spain during the dictatorship. But Torremolinos meant much more.Torremolinos, like most of the towns located on the Spanish coast, experienced the tourist boom during the sixties, turning a small fishing port into one of the most modern and liberal destinations in Europe.Thanks to the European and American middle classes who came in search of the three "eses" (sun, sea and sex), they brou...

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The origin of Torremolinos' name

The origin of Torremolinos' name

The good climate, the abundance of water and the enormous possibilities for hunting and fishing made the area an exceptional destination thousands of years before the tourist boom. Although it may seem simple, behind the name of Torremolinos lies a long history. Its origin dates back to 1748 when there were a large number of water mills in the region. But Torremolinos has not always been so-called. The first tangible evidence of human presence in the area, composed of human skulls, bones, clay p...

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Foodtruck Xperiencie 2018 kicks off in Torremolinos

Foodtruck Xperiencie 2018 kicks off in Torremolinos

From 7.00 pm to 1.00 am, locals and visitors will be able to enjoy a great gastronomic offer, with the help of the most renowned chefs on wheels. Until Sunday, in the Plaza de La Nogalera, ten foodtrucks will surround a stage where eight concerts will be offered, two in each of the four evenings, and which will end with a 'Tribute to Joe Cocker' with 14 musicians on stage.The festival merges in the same four-day event an offer of leisure, gastronomy and music that turns the Plaza de La Nogalera ...

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Fried fish: a dish with a lot of history

Fried fish: a dish with a lot of history

Torremolinos is the cradle of fried fish. Anchovies, sardines, red mullets, squid, cuttlefish or little squid drive residents and tourists crazy, but did you know that centuries later they also caused furor to Phoenicians, Romans, kings and lackeys?There are many theories about the origin of the fried fish from Malaga but most of them coincide in pointing out the area of La Carihuela, in Torremolinos, with the arrival of the Phoenicians. Thanks to those intrepid sailors who brought with them oli...

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