The transport links around Torremuelle are excellent. There are local bus and train services that operate regularly. The main AP-7 coastal road connects you to many other destinations. You can easily reach many important destinations in a short drive:
The coastline of Torremuelle is largely unspoilt. It forms a shallow bay or cove and has a golden, sandy beach. There are rocks at the foot of the hillside leading into the sea. It’s a lovely, natural environment that’s relatively quiet. Torremuelle doesn’t experience high numbers of visitors like Marbella. You can relax on the beach and enjoy peaceful walks along the coast. Nearby beaches that are similar in size and atmosphere include Playa Bonita, Playa Viborilla and Playa Carvajal.
The Torrequebrada Golf Course is just five kilometres (three miles) to the north-west of Torremuelle. It’s a beautiful, eighteen-hole, parkland course. It was designed by José ‘Pepe’ Gancedo in 1976. Torremuelle is perfectly placed for reaching the golf courses of Marbella with ease. For instance, it takes only seventeen minutes to reach Chaparral. In thirty-five minutes you can reach Aloha golf course. La Quinta takes around forty minutes.
On the hilltop above Torremuelle is a stone watchtower. It was constructed in the fifteenth century to guard the coast against attacks from Barbary pirates. Castillo de Colomares is a fascinating monument dedicated to the explorer, Christopher Columbus. It was built to celebrate the 500th anniversary of his discovery of America. The castle has an elaborate style with many architectural influences.
Torremuelle is ideally situated for exploring the local nature parks. There are many popular walking trails in the mountains to the north of the village. El Parque de La Paloma features ornamental gardens with many picnic areas. In nearby Benalmádena, there is a fascinating butterfly park. You’ll love strolling through the indoor tropical jungles. There are colourful, exotic butterflies flying freely amongst the visitors.