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Land for Sale in Torremolinos, Málaga

Spain Homes feature a variety of land for sale in Torremolinos, Málaga: residential development, industrial development, and commercial land. Call our expert team today to view plots in Torremolinos.

Torremolinos is the popular Mediterranean resort town and favourite vacation destination for holidaymakers on southern Spain's Costa del Sol. Torremolinos has an enviable reputation for beautiful weather and dry summers enjoyed along its famous eight-kilometre sandy beach coastline.

Torremolinos: Tower of the Mills

The name Torremolinos originates from Moorish times and means “Tower of the Mills” from the words Torre (Tower) and Molino (Mill). At one time during Moorish history water mills populated the undeveloped land in Torremolinos. Today, only one mill survives (called “Molino de Inca”) with partial remains of the last tower forming part of an established and operating restaurant.

Torremolinos, Málaga

Torremolinos: Born from the Tourism Boom

The 1950s saw the introduction of packaged tours to the Costa del Sol with droves of tourists visiting southern Spain for the first-time. Prior to the tourism boom, Torremolinos was a fishing village with a small population of 785. Economic activity at the time was predominately generated from the fishing industry. During the tourism boom, land for sale in Torremolinos Málaga was snapped-up by savvy developers keen to construct hotels and resorts. Torremolinos was the first resort developed, and still one of the most popular resorts today.

A lot has changed since the 1950s. While fishing is still an important part of everyday activity in Torremolinos, tourism is the main source of revenue for the town. Today the population is over 70,000, rising to 250,000 during the peak summer season when visitors converge upon the for their annual holidays.

How to Get to Torremolinos?

Torremolinos is conveniently located just thirteen kilometres west of Malaga’s International Airport and connected by the A-7 motorway which bypasses the city to the north. There is a regular train service connecting Torremolinos to Malaga, with travel time approximately thirty minutes. The convenience of efficient and cost-effective public transportation connections create demand along the train line for .

What is the Weather like in Torremolinos?

Torremolinos enjoys one of the best climates in Europe with long dry summers and relatively low humidity. Mild winters provide winter-sun and occasional rainfall. Many Northern Europeans seek refuge from the bitter cold winters in their home country by investing in holiday . During summer, Torremolinos benefits from cool sea breezes that originate just over 100 kilometres away (as the crow flies) from North Africa.

While summer is peak season and the time of choice for holidaymakers, winters in Torremolinos are mild compared to European standards. Temperatures rarely fall below 10°C and visitors can enjoy the warm winter sun - even in December! If you like to avoid the crowds and prefer the quiet, winter is an ideal time to visit Torremolinos as the usual year-round population returns to 70,000, down from its summer-peak of 250,000. Buyers keen to enjoy the quiet life are inclined to purchase rural land for sale in Torremolinos to build their own home away from the action of the lively summer crowds.

What are the Beaches like in Torremolinos?

Sunshine, sunbathing and sand extend over eight kilometres of open land in Torremolinos along the Mediterranean sea with palm trees that line the generous-sized wide boulevard. Equipped with walking paths, bicycle, rollerblade and skating lanes offering expansive seafront vistas along the illuminated promenade as the sun sets into the night. The buzz of the boulevard comes alive from the assortment of : cafes, bars and restaurants open to the early hours of the morning.

Los Alamos located at the eastern end of the beach showcases live entertainment and festivals throughout the summer season. Nearby at the far eastern area of the beach, you’ll witness a dazzling display of colourful kite flying in all patterns, shapes and designs; flown by children and adults alike. For wind-powered water sports, enjoy the front seat action as kiteboarders and windsurfing aficionados capture the breeze to propel up-and-over the waves. Better yet, why watch when you can participate? Rentals are available beachside for the thrill-seeking and adventurous.

Buying land in Torremolinos, Malaga

Buy land in Torremolinos

If you wish to build your own dream home nestled back from the bustling city action, a plot for sale in Torremolinos Málaga may suit your lifestyle. Buying land in Torremolinos is a straightforward process, with the right team on your side.

At Spain Homes, we list all types of land: agricultural land for sale in Torremolinos, plots and fincas. Large plots of land in rural Andalucia must meet certain criteria for build-to-land ratio, which varies between area and province. We’re familiar with the local laws and can help you find the ideal plot in Torremolinos to build your dream getaway home.

Finca land for sale in Torremolinos is popular for agricultural pursuits and tourism resorts. Equestrian activities, yoga retreats, day-spas, adult escapes and family holiday bed and breakfast stays are all common use for countryside properties in rural Spain.

Contact Spain Homes today to find your dream plot of land in Torremolinos.

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