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Flights to Torremolinos, Spain from the United Kingdom range from about 3h-8h. The length of your flight will depend on several factors, such as your departure city and the number and length of any stopovers along the way. Thanks to London’s geographical location in southern England and that it offers many direct flight options to Torremolinos, its flights are generally just under three hours. If you’re flying out of the north and do not have a direct flight, your journey will be on the longer end of the spectrum.
You can choose from daily direct flights to Torremolinos from London Gatwick and Stansted Airports via British Airways, easyJet, Ryanair, and Norwegian Air. Ryanair also provides daily direct flights from Edinburgh, Cardiff, and Manchester, with some of these cities also serviced with direct flights via Vueling, Iberia, and Jet2 airlines. If your flight is not direct, you can expect to stop in cities like Dublin, London, Paris, and Madrid along the way.
When your destination is the Torremolinos, you will fly into Malaga Airport (AGP), 12km north of Torremolinos city centre. There are several options you can consider when planning your trip from the airport to Torremolinos. You can take a local bus from the airport to Torremolinos for about £3.40 and a journey time of about 30 minutes, due to stops along the way. There is also a train service from Malaga Airport to Torremolinos city centre. Trains leave from Terminal 3 every 20 minutes and cost about £1.60 and are a faster option than the bus. If you’re interested in driving around Spain, renting a car from the airport is another excellent option.
Torremolinos has been a popular beachside destination in southern Spain for British holidaymakers for decades. It’s perfect for those who love the ocean, historic towns, and cultural attractions alike. Parque La Bateria is home to the town’s largest green space, as well as the site of a historic fortress complete with tower, all fun for exploring. On Calle San Miguel and adjoining streets in Torremolinos’ Old Town, you’ll find charming shops and cafés to peruse for a fun afternoon. Everyone loves dinosaurs, and at Torremolinos’ Dinopetra, you can walk amongst 50 life-sized dino sculptures to fully appreciate the size of the long-lost giants, as well as engage in games and a play archeological dig. As mentioned, beaches are a big deal here, so be sure to spend time at Playa El Bajondillo, Playamar, and Playa Los Alamos, just to name a couple.
British citizens travelling to Torremolinos, Spain need a valid passport at the time of their trip, though a visa is not required.