Weather Averages for torremolinos in November
Averages for torremolinos in November
November signals the throes of winter in Torremolinos and is one of the coldest months of the year in the resort. The temperatures have dropped, there is less sun to enjoy each day, and the wet season is in full swing. Rain fall in Torremolinos at this time of year tends to be heavy.
However, any wet spells don't usually stick around for long and the weather clears up to expose bright skies and mild, pleasant weather that makes Torremolinos an appealing place to be during the winter; despite the cooler and wetter weather – it’s still likely to be better than back home!
The average daily temperature in Torremolinos in November can reach an average high of 20°C, dropping to an average minimum temperature of 12°C.
On average, Torremolinos sees an average of 9 hours of sunshine per day throughout this month. There is an average daily rain fall of 130 mm over 8 days expected in the resort. The average temperature of the sea in this month is 21°C.
Dates for the diary
Fiesta del Tostón (Day of Toston) is held at the beginning of this month. The important religious festival takes place at the beginning of the month and includes chestnut roasting, camping and parties that go on throughout the night.
The Escuela de Arte Ecuestre Costa del Sol holds weekly equestrian shows and events, including an equestrian ballet as well as horse riding lessons and pony trekking.
Chestnut's roasting in Torremolinos for Fiesta del Toston.
Things to do
Calle San Miguel forms the epicentre of the tourist track in Torremolinos and manifests itself as a busy local market that is full to the brim with local souvenir shops, tourist traps and some rare (and often hidden) shops that cater to locals. This market offers a real insight on how important tourism is for Torremolinos and presents the perfect chance to buy unique Hispanic souvenirs for friends and family back home.
Located literally in the centre of Torremolinos, the Pimentel Tower is an imposing and seemingly abandoned old tower that conveys an eerie sense of mystery. The tower is in fact pretty much still in use, despite its rundown external appearance and tourists can approach and enter the tower safely.
For horse lovers and gamblers alike, the Racetrack Costa del Sol provides an ample amount of entertainment for all visitors and even attracts some experienced jockeys.
Racetrack Costa del Sol.
Where to eat & drink
Pizza alla Pala is one of Torremolinos’ best and most popular pizzerias. There are virtually countless different pizza combinations to try, including some pizza combos you’d never have guessed existed! If you fancy a pizza, this it a top choice.
The Brittas Casita is the only German restaurant in Torremolinos and one that features a unique culinary melange of Spanish with German cuisine. The food here is delicious, with interesting and unusual flavour combinations that manage to work exceptionally well together. The restaurant is very child friendly, too.
Bistro Europa is a relaxed British eatery famous for its English breakfasts and cheap beers, which are served throughout the day. The restaurant is child friendly with very polite staff and great service.
Identical to lots of pubs from back home, Bailey Irish Pub is a down to earth Irish pub hidden in the heart of Torremolinos. The bar serves inexpensive Guinness beer and often televises sports events from back home, catering mostly to expats and homesick Brits. The atmosphere is cheerful and the pub is family friendly during the day.
The Cheers Food and Sports Bar is a laid-back sports bar located in a busy street in the centre of Torremolinos. Large plasma screens play international sports events virtually non stop. Drinks are cheap but the selection is fairly limited.
The Mad Monk is a popular bar, well-loved for its lively karaoke nights. The bar attracts tourists of all ages, and the X-Factor style fun often lasts well into the night. The bar boasts a wide selection of different songs and hosts themed nights with a focus on different music genres.
English Breakfast at Bistro Europa, Torremolinos.
Where to stay
The Hotel Carmen Teresa is a decent budget hotel that caters to couples and families with children. This small and cosy establishment stands out from numerous other budget priced accommodation in Torremolinos thanks to their very clean rooms, polite staff and overall excellent value for money and quality services. The hotel is relatively close to the sea, too.
Swanky and classy, Hotel Princesa Solar is a popular spa resort attracting tourists who wish to escape reality and indulge themselves in top tier spa treatments and pampering services. The hotel is very close to the famous Costa Del Sol beach and situated amid a popular tourist hub with dozens of bars and restaurants.
Romantic and discreet, the Sol Don Pedro is a beautiful hotel that welcomes couples and newlyweds on their honeymoon. The hotel is surrounded by beautiful Hispanic gardens and is situated fairly off the beaten track, so is ideal for some peace and privacy.
Manantiales hotel is a sleek and beautiful beachside resort that is located close to numerous beach bars and nightclubs that burst with activity every night as soon as darkness falls.
Hotel Pez Espada is a four star classic boutique hotel boasting traditional Hispanic hospitality and incredible services. The hotel is compact but offers a wide range of amenities, including comprehensive room service and ultra modern facilities.
The Club Playa Flores is a casual B&B hotel that offers spacious hotel rooms and is decorated in traditional style. The hotel is budget priced but offers very high quality, earning it a number of awards and distinctions.
Hotel Princesa Solar, a popular spa resort in Torremolinos.