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Weather Averages for torremolinos in May
Averages for torremolinos in May
May is one of the most popular times to visit Torremolinos as the weather is warm and sunny without the excessive heat that can mark the peak months of summer. It is also outside of the tourist season in Torremolinos, so there are less crowds to contend with and accommodation costs remain reasonable. While the temperatures and number of daily sunshine hours are steadily climbing, correspondingly, the expectation for rain is dropping further. You can expect clear days and plenty of sun if you travel to Torremolinos in May.
The average daily temperature in Torremolinos in May is 19°C, reaching an average high of 24°C, and dropping to an average minimum temperature of 13°C.
On average, Torremolinos enjoys an average of 13 hours of sunshine per day throughout the month of May.
There is an average daily rain fall of 20mm over 7 days expected at this time of year.
The average sea temperature is 20°C, so dive in!
Dates for the diary
Romeria of the Juanar Cross is a festival that dates back to the 19th century and is held in the beginning of May in Torremolinos. Many exciting events take place around the Sierra Blanca Mountain, near Torremolinos.
Things to do
Simply put; TopSurf is the best (and for some surfers the only noteworthy) surfing and windsurfing provider in Torremolinos. Catering mostly to tourists, TopSurf takes advantage of the windy high season months to arrange incredible surfing trips to locations with strong, consistent surf and ideal weather conditions for surfing and windsurfing. TopSurf also rents out their equipment to experienced water sports athletes who wish to surf or windsurf around Torremolinos on their own.
Spanish Flamenco shows offered by numerous different providers and local folk dance organisations are a must to see when visiting Torremolinos. Hispanic culture, infused with Gypsy tradition creates this unique blend of sounds and sights. Torremolinos has the largest concentration of Flamenco dancers in Spain and there are frequent Flamenco shows (often with no ticket fees) to enjoy, especially in high season or during Christian holidays.
Where to eat & drink
Located in the centre of Torremolinos, El Trillo is a laid-back local restaurant that serves Spanish cuisine and is known for supremely fresh seafood dishes and fine Mediterranean desserts. The food is excellent and the atmosphere easygoing enough for families with young children to feel comfortable.
Modern and relaxed, El Gato Lounge is an popular tapas bar restaurant right in the heart of Torremolinos. El Gato successfully infuses timeless tapas tradition with modern gastronomy. Prices are very reasonable and El Gato is also known for its delicious cocktails.
Where to stay
The Blue Sea Gran Hotel Cervantes is where luxury meets convenience here in Torremolinos. This top end resort is famous for its numerous water sport activities, as well as its fully equipped spa and wellness centre. Top tier services and facilities combine with excellent service and staff.
El Pozo is a family run guest house hotel that attracts tourists on a budget and has earned quite a reputation thanks to its decent rooms, clean communal spaces and very quiet atmosphere. The prices are fairly low and the guest house is located in a peaceful and quaint neighbourhood, perfect for a relaxing holiday.