Torreblanca is a great place to stay on the Costa del Sol. Easily accessible by train from Malaga Airport and within easy reach of a great stretch of sandy beach, it’s the perfect place to relax in the sunshine. There is also an array of great places to eat in Torreblanca, tucked away down its narrow streets, or along the seafront promenade. You can find every kind of cuisine you could ever wish for. Here is out pick of the restaurants in Torreblanca.
All the way up and down the Costa del Sol, each seaside resort offers its own type of weekly market. Bargains are to be had, whether in the form of fresh fruit and vegetables or fish, clothing and knickknacks, as well as the fun of browsing the second-hand flea markets. You’ll find that the various towns have coordinated reasonably well, meaning that every day of the week there is fun, shopping or just browsing to be had.
Fuengirola on Spain’s Costa del Sol has over 5 miles of beach to choose from. There are around 8 main stretches of beach and each of them has slightly different features and offers a slightly different experience. Here is our guide to the best 5 beaches in Fuengirola and why you should visit all of them!
A holiday trip to Fuengirola and its surrounding areas has to incorporate a trip to the Fuengirola Marina. There is a host of Bars, Cafes and Restaurants that all face out onto the Marina with a view across the hundreds of boats that fill the moorings. The question is which one do you want to try first? Our answer would be the Bar/Restaurant il Veliero, Fuengirola Marina!
There are of course a myriad of bars and restaurants for you to visit on your holiday to Fuengirola on the Costa del Sol. If, however, you are looking for a different and exciting eating experience that allows you to enjoy and throw yourself into the Spanish culture then a visit to the Lizarran Tapas Bar, Fuengirola, is a must.