Roc Flamingo

The main draw of the Roc Flamingo is its central location, right in the heart of Torremolinos and only a short stroll from the beach.

Rooms have a traditional style, so expect wooden flooring, large windows and a bright, airy feel.

Outside, there’s a good-sized main pool, as well as a splash pool for kids. There’s also a poolside bar with a patio of tables and chairs. Out here, you’ll also find a sun terrace filled with loungers and parasols.

At mealtimes, the buffet restaurant will look after you with round-the-world cuisine and home favourites dished up alongside local recipes.

Overview of Torremolinos

Just as the name suggests, Spain’s Costa del Sol is famous for its sunshine. When you head on a holiday to Costa del Sol, you’ll immediately understand why it’s one of Europe’s most famous and most frequented holiday destinations.

Once a favourite holiday spot for Grace Kelly and Frank Sinatra, Torremolinos has transformed from a sleepy fishing village to a holiday hotspot with six sandy beaches. With traditional bars and fish restaurants lining the seafront, Torremolinos is the perfect for sun, sea and sand.

Things to do in Torremolinos

The Roc Flamingo has shops, bars and restaurants as its nearest neighbours, so you’re never short of something to see and do.

If you fancy a day at the beach, then Bajondillo Beach is only a 15-minute walk away – or hop on the hotel’s free summer shuttle. The beach is famous for its tapas and seafood eateries, so after a day of soaking up the sun, it’s a great place to stop for dinner before you head back home.

If you’re looking for family-friendly fun, then you’ll also find a number of attractions close by, including Aqualand water park and Crocodile Park.

Torremolinos is a heaven for sunbathers. If you’re looking for a traditional beach holiday where you can soak up the sun and enjoy some world-class food, this is the place to be.


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.