Torremolinos is the cradle of the oldest civilizations in the Mediterranean and also one of the main destinations on the Costa del Sol.
History has left no legacy in Torremolinos corners full of local color, and sailor in the district and many vestiges of the past, Carihuela rich.
In the 1920 Torremolinos was a fishing village, but was quickly taken by the tourist industry. The number of inhabitants is 43,000, but during the peak growing season and up to 250,000.
Attractions include beaches and pedestrian Calle San Miguel Avenue, which is lined by shops and stretches from downtown to the beach.