For all its bawdy, brash and incongruous architecture and borderline offensive Englishness, Torremolinos does harbour a few gems within its tourist burdened streets. Among them are dedications to Picasso and the lovely old quarter which is just about managing to remain an old quarter.
Here’s a look at some of the historic elements that give Torremolinos a hope of redemption.
Yeah, there’s not that many but at least it still has a few remnants of a time when the place wasn’t such a horrible eyesore.
Read about Torremolinos, the [/caption]” href=”http://www.spain-in-a-campervan.com/travel-diary-spain/wild-camp-at-puente-real-torremolinos-costa-del-sol-5810.html” target=”_blank”>wild camp at Puente Real and take a look at our galleries of eyesores, the old quarter and the Costa del Sol town as seen from the beach.
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