The village of Torrox's popular coastal strip and year-round sunshine is the reason why so many visit the resort year after year. Situated in the Costa Del Sol, nestled between Torre del Mar and Nerja, it is a family-friendly resort known for its low-key beaches, iconic lighthouse, coastal walks and Roman remains. As a less built up tourist location, Axarquia region and Torrox Costa is perfect for those looking to get away from the main crowds. Paseo Maritimo promenade is the heart of the resort, home to seafront restaurants and bars, shops and market stalls. The seafront also boasts coastal and water sports in abundance, from volleyball to windsurfing and canoeing. In the evenings watch the promenade come to life with music and flamenco shows, outdoor diners and a warm Mediterranean atmosphere.
Morche, Ferrara, Playa Calaceite and Playa El Cenicero are Torrox costa's most popular beaches, boasting dark sands, modern amenities and unspoiled mountain views. Blue Flag El Peñoncillo beach is ideal for windsurfing and sailing, home to a nautical school. But there's far more to Torrox Costa than beaches. The resort is also home to the site of a 3rd-4th century Roman necropolis and villa, thermal baths and a salting factory, located west of the iconic marine traffic lighthouse and museum, 50km east of Malaga.