Sol Príncipe

Paseo Colorado, 26 Torremolinos 29620 Spain

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Málaga Airport (AGP)

Málaga Airport offers a wide variety of international destinations. The airport has a daily link with twenty cities in Spain and over one hundred cities in Europe. Airlines with a base at the airport are Helitt Líneas Aéreas, Norwegian, Ryanair and Vueling.


Torremolinos is located very close of the airport of Malaga, just 10 minutes by car or by taxi. Torremolinos has excellent accesses by road and by train, connected with the airport of Malaga and the train station Maria Zambrano. It has also different lines of buses to connect with Malaga and with other places of the Costa del Sol.

Getting to the resort from Málaga Airport (AGP):

Leave the airport and head southeast for about 100m. Then, continue straight onto Calle Comandante García M (You will go through 1 roundabout). Next, take the ramp to Torremolinos/N-340/Cádiz. From there, merge onto Av. Velázquez/MA-21 for 3.7km. Following this, turn right toward Av. de Benyamina and then a quick left to keep continuing toward Av. de Benyamina. After this, turn right onto Av. de Benyamina and at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Paseo del Colorado. The resort will be on the left.

About Torremolinos

Torremolinos is a Spanish village located in the province of Malaga, on the Mediterranean coast of Andalusia. Torremolinos is today one of the Costa del Sol's prime destinations. The excellent coastline, combined with the pleasant climate, are just some of the attractions this Andalusian town offers. History has bequeathed Torremolinos corners of profound local flavour, such as the seafarers' district of La Carihuela, as well as a great many vestiges of it rich past, among them the town's Keep. Torremolinos, a town only 12 kilómetres from Málaga capital, has a long and extensive history, as the many Phoenician, Greek, Roman and Arab remains found in the area testify.

The major change undergone by Torremolinos occurred in the second half of the 20th century, when this fishing town discovered the enormous tourist potential of its extensive coastline and mild climate. Torremolinos has since become one of the chief centres for attracting tourists on the Costa del Sol, thanks to major tourist facilities and the quality of its infrastructure. Torremolinos is one of the most multiculturalvillage in Andalusia. Here live 130 different nationalities.

Additional Info about Torremolinos

To get more information about the Sol Príncipe, you can take a look at their website

For further travel information to Torremolinos and the rest of Málaga please check Frommer’s Guide Torremolinos’ page.

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