Palia Las Palomas

The Palia Las Palomas is a great hotel for active families. The hotel’s entertainment team keep the energy up with archery, rifle shooting, aqua aerobics and cocktail games, followed by night-time shows and discos.

The pool scene is equally as attractive. There’s a main pool, hot tub and even a kids’ pool. Plus, the poolside bar is self-service, so you can help yourself to drinks and snacks.

For breakfast, you can dig into around-the-world cuisine. No matter what the meal, there’s always some sort of show cooking and themed-nights are held regularly.

Overview of Torremolinos

Torremolinos has been a favourite with families searching for holidays to the Costa del Sol for decades. Over the years, the town’s been highly developed, and now has something for everyone looking for sun, sea and sand.

Younger holidaymakers love the exciting nightlife, but there’s plenty of fun for family members of all ages, including exciting waterparks and tranquil botanical gardens.

On the front near the Palia Las Palomas, six beaches hug the shoreline. Whether you want to get active on the water or simply relax and soak up the sun, there’s a space for you.

Things to do in Torremolinos

The Palia Las Palomas is only a five-minute walk away from the supersized beaches. There’s so much space that the sand runs all the way to Benalmadena.

A picturesque promenade lines the front and it’s full of shops and cafes where you can grab a drink and gaze out to sea. When the family want to get active, head to Aqualand water park and the Crocodile Park. Aqualand is the biggest waterpark on the Costa del Sol and Crocodile Park has more than 300 species of reptile!

If you’d like to explore more of mainland Spain, a 20-minute train ride will take you to Malaga. There really is something for everyone in lively Torremolinos. You’ll see exactly why people return year after year!

Resort Summary

Six stunning beaches – Bajondillo, Los Alamos, La Carihuela, Montemar, Playamar and El Saltillo – run along a picturesque promenade overflowing with shops and cafes. If you love the sun but not the sand, there are also some beautiful grassy patches where you can spread out your towel and lounge under a palm tree. The main stretch in Torremolinos is La Carihuela, a Blue Flag beach with sunbeds, beach bars and jet skis for hire.