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New Apartments In Torremolinos: Where Sunsets Paint Dreams and Waves Whisper Secrets

Torremolinos is synonymous with the Mediterranean the world over.

The beach, food, and leisure options have positioned this former fishing village among the most desirable destinations to live year-round or for a dream holiday.

Originally a small fishing village, Torremolinos became one of the most attractive destinations for travelers from all over the world. Throughout this transformation, the quality of its beaches has remained intact and its services have become well-established, with a stable population making it the sixth most populated municipality in Málaga. This, together with its proximity to the capital, has turned it into one of the leading municipalities on the Costa del Sol. 


The project is set on a natural promontory, offering a unique panoramic view of the city and its wonderful city beach. The landscape seems endless from its terraces, with the city skyline and the Mediterranean Sea stretching out beneath your feet.


The large terraces and windows characterize the building design, well-suited for the enjoyment of the homes, creating a singular, modern look.


The properties are set above Torremolinos, with the utmost care taken with their orientations to ensure that they receive the maximum amount of natural light and

offer unbeatable views over the horizon and the city skyline.


Torremolinos is much more than a holiday destination. Thanks to its proximity to Málaga and access to the A-7 dual carriageway, it has all the services of the capital at its disposal, including the international airport.


The project’s extraordinary location and painstaking landscaping are complemented by comprehensive communal areas, including a large swimming pool with a solarium.


There are beaches everywhere here, and they’re all great.  You can visit Bajondillo Beach, Carihuela and Los Álamos Beach.


In Torremolinos, you can find both traditional cooking and cutting-edge haute cuisine, not to mention your typical beach bars.


The beach isn't everything. In the heart of town, you can enjoy lovely green spaces such as the Molino de Inca Botanical Garden and Batería Park, with its large navigable central lake. 


The Mediterranean Dual Carriageway, the N-340 road, and the C-1 commuter railway line keep Torremolinos well-connected with Fuengirola, Benalmádena, Málaga, and the international airport.




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