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Torremuelle Advice Please

Benijofar, Spain
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Torremuelle Advice Please

Hi Are there any restaurants and bars here please?

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1. Re: Torremuelle Advice Please

Not a lot of choice, but there is a train station with easy access to Bars and restaurants of Fuengirola and Benalmadena/Arroyo. I presume your self catering, there is a Kwik Save supermarket in Torremuelle not as cheap as the spanish ones in Fuengi or Benalmadena but handy.

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2. Re: Torremuelle Advice Please

We are thinking of staying at the Hotel Playa Bonita, we have a car, so transport is,nt a problem, just wondered if there was a choice of bars if we did,nt want to drive. Thanks for your reply.

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3. Re: Torremuelle Advice Please

Its a fair walk from Playa Bonita to Torremuelle train station. There is a bus stop outside in both directions and buses are frequent and run late at night too. Google Nueva Torrequebrada, its not too far and i think there are a few restaurants there. Theres a nice coastal path all the way into Benalmadena (a little hilly) and you can walk all the to Carvajal and Fuengirola the other way. It may be a little warm to walk a long distance. We have walked from Benalmadena seafront to Torremuelle station (calling at Flatotel, P Bonita, and a kwik save drink) at various times of the year, but not yet in high season.

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4. Re: Torremuelle Advice Please

Thanks a lot, I don,t suppose you know if the Hotel playa Bonita has a website do you so we can book direct?

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5. Re: Torremuelle Advice Please

No, sorry. Have you priced via travel republic? Also consider Flatotel, a bit nearer Benalmadena and they have super 2 bed apartments with 2 bathrooms and a big lounge with kitchen, yet still have hotel facilities.

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6. Re: Torremuelle Advice Please

just looked at Flatotel, v.nice but prefer playa bonita as all rooms have views overlooking the bay. Just can,t find their direct website, may have to start a new post thanks for all your advice.

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7. Re: Torremuelle Advice Please

Not ideal if you like to go out for a drink at night as there is only a couple of bars there The bus to Fuengirola and the other way to Torromolinos run by the hotel every half hour will give you plenty of scope at night

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8. Re: Torremuelle Advice Please

Hi We have stayed here for the past three years at various times and are coming again in July. There were two bar/restaurants 3 minutes walk from Playa Bonita, Lucenas - good food and wine etc and Bobbys ( a new bar last year) with TV screens and italian food and tapas. You could also find Donnas Fountain bar over the road near to the Kwiksave. In addition there is Pacos a bit futher on and another restaurant near there too. In the other direction there is a small beach bar and another restaurant around 10-15 mins stroll. There are probably a few more dotted about that we haven't found yet!

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9. Re: Torremuelle Advice Please

Thank you so much for that, its a real help. We are going tomorrow morning, driving down from where we live on the Costa Blanca.

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10. Re: Torremuelle Advice Please

Eating grilled seafish on Paco's sunny terrace used to be one of the delights of Torremuelle dining. That was until Senor Paco decided to retire, selling up to a new owner whose culinary skills were close to nil.

The eventual decline in trade has now been reversed as Paco has bought the restaurant back and is gradually restoring confidence in the menu.

Beware his after-dinner treat of leaving four or five liqueur bottles on your table and urging you to imbibe free of charge!

Tony.

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