In the coming days, the new Plaza Costa del Sol will be inaugurated, which will completely renovate the center of Torremolinos, welcoming an urbanism designed for the enjoyment of neighbours and visitors and where you will have the perfect opportunity to make some dreamy photos thanks to the pergola designed by Salvador Moreno Peralta and the sculpture by Elena Laverón.
A few days ago we revealed the first part of a blog where we want to show you the main reasons to come to Torremolinos. We could give you a million, but we summarize them in 50. Here, it is the second part of a blog that begins in this post.
If you walk through the area of Bajondillo, you will be surprised by this neo-Mudejar style mansion that stands out among the architecture of Torremolinos. This unique building, built in 1925, belonged to Luque-Navajas family, linked to the sugarcane business in the lands that are now part of Pablo Ruiz Picasso airport in Málaga. At that time, it was one of the most fruitful industries, rising because those lands were irrigated with the water that emerged from the springs of Torremolinos.
Tired of going on holidays and doing the typical things that all tourists do? Do you live in La Costa del Sol and you want to do something different? Well, Torremolinos offers you much more, an orange tourism experience, based on enjoying our city as if you were one of our neighbours.