Torremolinos Weather September Averages, Spain
What's the weather like in Torremolinos in September
Alongside August, September is one of the hottest times of year in Torremolinos. The heat can be excessive, but the up side is, is that there is plenty of reliable sun perfect for outdoor and water pursuits.
September is also one of the quietest times of the year in the area, so not only do you have great weather but fewer crowds.
There is slightly more rainfall this month, but it is generally drier than subsequent months, which see the wet season arrive in Torremolinos.
Average Sunshine Hours
On average, Torremolinos sees an average of 10 hours of sunshine per day throughout this month.
There is an average daily rain fall of 50mm over 9 days expected in the resort.
Average Sea Temperature
The average temperature of the sea in this month is 24°C.
Torremolinos Hotels in September
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.
With numerous accessible amenities and lots of activities to choose from, the Roc Hotel Flamingo is a great family-friendly resort that is much loved by children of all ages. Its children sized pool, kids' cinema and kids' VIP club make this hotel a very attractive choice of accommodation for families with children looking for affordable all inclusive deals and some much needed peace of mind.
Located right on the beach at the area of Salvador Allende, the Sol Timor Apartments is an excellent apartment complex with spotlessly clean communal areas, exceptionally polite staff and great value for money. Each apartment comes with a fully equipped kitchen and a spacious bathroom along with every expected amenity.
Just 15 minutes from Bajondillo beach, Marconfort Griego Hotel is a large all-inclusive resort that attracts tourists from all across Europe and Asia throughout the year. The resort boasts 414 spacious rooms with impressive views and fully equipped with modern furniture and a number of convenient amenities.
Bars and Restaurants
Welcoming and classy, El Levante is a traditional Spanish eatery that serves good food in an unpretentious atmosphere. There are no gimmicks here, just delicious Spanish cuisine and a very pleasant atmosphere thanks to lively local music and extremely polite staff and the friendly owner who's often on hand to discuss the food with diners.
Anema e Core is a popular Italian restaurant with a menu that is heavily influenced by Spanish cuisine. The food here is distinctively Mediterranean and often ventures into uncharted culinary territories. The Anema e Core is classy but also family friendly and very welcoming to families with young children.
The Gattopardo is a classy Mediterranean restaurant with high distinctions among similar restaurants in southern Spain. The food here is top notch, with affordable prices and a formal but reasonably relaxed style. The menu is fairly extensive and includes recipes from Spain, Italy, Greece, as well as exotic delicacies from Africa.
Located on Paseo in La Carihuela, Nigel and Cheryl's is a Welsh themed bar/restaurant located next to the beach. Boasting very cosy atmosphere, this bar is a great place to relax while watching the waves crash on the beach of Torremolinos; nights are further brightened up by themed events such as curry nights and BBQ nights. The bar is run by a couple of expats, who are super friendly and welcoming.
Lombok Natural Beach Bar is a modern café and dance club situated on Torremolinos' main promenade. The bar has a minimalist décor that focuses on showcasing the natural beauty of Torremolinos and is the perfect spot to grab a cocktail and dance barefoot to modern music on this beautifully pristine beach.
Moonrakers is a popular sports bar, which televises all international and British footie games throughout the year. Popular with British expats and tourists alike, Moonrakers offers inexpensive drinks and large TV screens that surround the bar.
Things to do in Torremolinos in September
Torremolinos' Crocodile Park is a unique fun park / zoo that offers tourists the chance to come face to face with the toothy crocs. This popular park is a must for little ones, and there's plenty to do besides oooh and aaah and the size of the resident crocodiles' impressive gnashers. There are numerous crocodile related attractions, a wildlife museum and lots of engaging and educational exhibitions.
Sea Life is a marine life zoo and animal reserve that acts as a theme park where young and old alike can learn more about the unique marine life of Torremolinos and come face to face with fascinating marine species, including rare fish and aquatic and semi aquatic mammalian species. This is an amazing opportunity for children to enjoy a hands-on experience with numerous rare animals they'll love it.
The Sierra Cycling Company is the premier provider of mountain bikes and road cycling bikes in Torremolinos as well as the single best organiser of cycling trips and holidays in the whole region of Malaga. The company ranges trips to dozens of different routes, from mountain trips to beachside trips and daylong "marathon" cycling tours across vast areas on the Spanish coast.
Dates for the diary
Movie buffs will appreciate Semana Internacional de Cine(International Movie Week). This important film festival attracts a number of celebrities, including famous directors, actors and actresses. If you are in Torremolinos at this time of year, you may spot a famous face or two.
El Dia del Turismo means Tourist Day in Torremolinos, when the area celebrates its thriving tourism industry with a number of free events going on across the resort.
Held in late September, Festival of San Miguel Arcangel / Romeria is an important and very popular festival in the area, celebrating San Miguel Arcangel. A number of events occur for this occasion, including a gypsy procession, parades, dancing and a passive picnic event.