Beautiful Evening in Torremolinos – Spanish Resort City Life & Sounds Relaxing Walking Tour 4K Spain

00:00 Torremolinos Train station, City streets walk
08:49 Bus station
14:58 Plaza Unión Europea
30:42 Beach Front

Torremolinos, nestled along the picturesque Costa del Sol in southern Spain, is a vibrant and captivating resort town that seamlessly blends a rich history with modern-day allure. This charming destination offers a perfect blend of sun, sea, and culture, making it a favorite among travelers seeking a dynamic coastal experience.

With its stunning beaches, bustling promenades, and a lively nightlife scene, Torremolinos offers something for every kind of traveler. The town’s delightful Mediterranean climate ensures sunny days for beachgoers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. As the sun sets, the streets come alive with the sounds of music and laughter, creating an atmosphere of excitement and joy.

Once a humble fishing village, Torremolinos underwent a remarkable transformation in the mid-20th century, evolving from a quaint settlement to a renowned tourist destination. The town’s rise to fame began in the 1950s when it attracted international attention as a hotspot for celebrities and jet-setters. Torremolinos became a symbol of the Spanish tourism boom and the epitome of the glamorous Mediterranean lifestyle.

Throughout its history, Torremolinos has celebrated its cultural heritage, and remnants of its past can still be seen today. The town’s historic district, with its charming white-washed buildings and narrow streets, offers a glimpse into its traditional Andalusian roots. As tourism flourished, Torremolinos embraced modern development while preserving its unique charm.

Today, Torremolinos continues to welcome visitors from around the world, offering a delightful mix of stunning beaches, vibrant entertainment, and a warm Mediterranean spirit that embodies the essence of a quintessential Spanish seaside escape.

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MALAGA FOOD TOUR | Where to eat in Malaga – Traditional Spanish food and seafood in Malaga Andalusia

Wondering what to eat in Malaga? Come with us on a Malaga Food Tour to try out the best restaurants in Malaga and some traditional dishes from Malaga Andulusia Spain

First we try El Merendero near that Malagueta Beach and enjoy amazing razor clams and fried redfish

Next off to La Campana for more seafood. Here we try stuffed mussels, bocarones (fried anchovies), Huevas (fish roe and ovaries?) and fried octopus (polpo frito.)

We stop at Atarazanas market in Malaga to try Lomo en Manteca, a traditional pork dish preserved in it’s own lard. Spoiler, it’s so much better than it sounds!

Next up is lunch at Meson La Alegria where Geoff gets a little adventurous!
We try snails (Caracoles en salsa), Tripe in a chickpea stew (Callos a la andaluza), Deep fried pork and cheese rolls (Flamanquin), anchovies in vinegar (Boquerones en vinagre) & meatballs (Albondigas con tomate)


Next up is Dinner at Casa Lola, a hugely popular restaurant in Malaga. Everyone we met recommended this Malaga institution to us and now we know why, the food was amazing! We had Carne Mechaita, Chicharrones fritos and a wonderful red pepper salad.

Bienvenidos a Casa Lola

Last, but certainly not least, we had to try a dick waffle at The Dick Town. For whatever reason we’ve been seeing this kind of place around Spain, so why not? La pollerìa de Màlaga –

00:00 – Intro
00:14 – El Merendero
02:22 – La Campana
05:29 – Atarazanas Market
08:33 – Meson La Alegria
13:07 – Casa Lola
15:23 – Dick Town
16:49 – Thanks for watching

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Thousands flee homes as Spanish wildfire rages on the Costa Del Sol

Thousands flee homes as Spanish wildfire rages on the Costa Del Sol

Thousands of Spanish residents have been evacuated from the towns of Jubrique, Genalguacil and other villages in the south of Spain.

Firefighters battled to contain a major wildfire that was burning for a fourth day.

Soldiers were deployed to join the fight against against the blaze.

The fire in the Costa Del Sol has destroyed tens of thousands of acres of forestland and caused large scale evacuations, leaving some with nowhere to go.

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Marbella Spain Fantastic Beach and Town Update November 2021 Costa del Sol | Málaga, Spain [4K]

The elegant resort of Marbella, situated in the foothills of the Sierra Blanca, on the Costa del Sol, in the province of Malaga. A model Mediterranean resort and firm favourite with holidaymakers from all over the world.

Since the 70s, Marbella has been renowned as a playground for the rich and famous. Yet underneath all the swagger, there is so much more to Marbella. It has a wonderfully cosmopolitan atmosphere, exudes charisma; attracting visitors for its many facets: diverse beaches, mild climate, multitude of leisure facilities, including some of the best golf courses in Europe; Michelin star restaurants, world-class nightlife and International luxury shopping brands.

A charming, warm and welcoming city, Marbella is beguiling to all who visit her. So it’s no surprise that time and again, it tops the most visited city in Spain list.

Marbella’s motto is “a way of life”, if you are looking for a holiday that offers great beaches, wonderful all-year round climate, unique leisure facilities, gastronomy and entertainment, then choose Marbella, its way of life will enchant you.

In the famous Plaza de Naranjos, you can while away hours, sipping sangria, taking in the beautiful surroundings and people, visiting the charming boutiques and gift stores.

The labyrinth of tiny streets and alleys that surround the Plaza will reveal further tiny shops selling all forms of trinkets, fashion and souvenirs and there are some excellent restaurants and bars for a young and trendy crowd.

Cross the road from the Old Town and you find yourself in La Alameda Park, filled with exotic plants and trees, leading down to an open exhibition area; where you can enjoy a permanent exhibition of Dali sculptures and temporary art and media exhibitions during the year.

Down from the park is the Paseo Marítimo (Promenade); this is one of the favourite places for locals and visitors. The boulevard is filled with restaurants of all gastronomies, with terraces facing out to the beautiful Mediterranean.

Date of recording
28 November 2021 Sunday

See · Feel · Enjoy Andalucía

00:00 In this video
00:30 Paseo Marítimo
01:35 Avenida Duque de Ahumada
08:38 Avenida Miguel Cano
11:05 C Carlos Mackintosh
11:34 Avenida del Mar
13:38 Parque de Alameda
14:48 Avenida Ramón y Cajal
15:01 C África
15:23 Plaza África
15:37 Padre Francisco Echamendi
16:30 Plaza José Palomo
16:41 C San Juan de Dios
17:15 Capilla San Juan de Dios
17:38 C Caridad
17:54 Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación
18:17 Plaza de la Iglesia
19:16 C Carmen
19:51 Plaza General Chinchilla
20:17 Plaza de los Naranjos
20:54 Plaza Fernando Alcala
21:22 Plaza de los Naranjos
23:08 C Panadería
23:36 C Caballeros
24:03 C Virgen de los Dolores
24:33 C Remedios
25:05 Plaza Puente Ronda
25:20 C Ancha
27:14 Plaza Santo Cristo
27:58 Outro


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MALAGA Travel Guide | 12 Things To Do in the Spanish City

We’re in Malaga for 2 days – exploring the top things to do, see and eat while visiting this colourful city in Spain.

1. Plaza de la Constitución (Our accomodation was located here!)
2. Alcazaba Lookout
3. Alcazaba
4. Gibralfaro Castle
5. Malaga Cathedral
6. Pedestrian Zone
7. Try tapas.
8. Suggestions: We ate at Casa Lola… and Los Gatos
9. Main Street
10. Indulge in churros
11. Picasso Museum
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