Weather in Torre del Mar
The warmest month (with the highest average high temperature) is August (31°C). The month with the lowest average high temperature is January (15°C).
The months with the highest average low temperature are July and August (20°C). The coldest months (with the lowest average low temperature) are January, February and December (7°C).
The months with the highest number of rainy days are January and December (13 days). The months with the lowest number of rainy days are July and August (3 days).
The best month to swim (with the highest average sea temperature) is August (23°C). The coldest months (with the lowest average sea temperature) are February and March (15°C).
Gastronomy in Torre del Mar
The gastronomy of Torre del Mar focuses on its fish, most of which come from the port of La Caleta, although this is no reason why you should not enjoy magnificent meats in any of its inns, grills or restaurants.
The most typical without a doubt is its roasted sardines, made on boats with beach sand and bamboo cane. You can enjoy them in any of its many beach bars.
Like any Andalusian town that deserves Torre del Mar also has homemade gazpacho as a representative of its gastronomy, there is no restaurant that does not offer this in its menu.
The largest selection of restaurants is located in two points of Torre del Mar, the first of which is Toré Toré Avenue, where you will find pizzerias, restaurants, inns, hamburgers, fry houses and beach bars.
And the Larios walk where you will also find anything you feel like eating.
Torre del Mar is also famous for offering many places to have coffee or dessert, being the town of La Axarquía with more ice cream shops.
We especially recommend you to try the ice creams from Zeus and Neptune ice cream parlours, both with handmade ice creams and a very familiar treatment.
All our apartments for rent are close to areas with restaurants, pubs or ice-cream parlours where you can enjoy your meals.
Monuments of Torre del Mar
This monument to the Fisherman located in the Paseo Marítimo, seems to have been built in bronze and its base is made of granite.
As I couldn’t find out who the author was, I decided on a poem by the Spaniard Rafael Alberti, born in Puerto de Santa María (Cádiz) in 1902.
José Hidalgo Statue
At the gates of the Conservatory of Music and Dance in the old mansion of Larios, a bronze bust of José Hidalgo, a patron of music who had a lot to do with the creation of this school in Torre del Mar, has been installed.
Next to the bust we can see a curious “natural sculpture” carved in an old tree of which the small boulevard that surrounds the manor house counts, and that represents a violin.
At the beginning, the conservatory was named Santa Lucia, but in a plenary session and at the request of the residents, the name has been changed to José Hidalgo, as a fair tribute to his dedication and dedication.
In the dissemination of music and dance in the Axarquía region of Malaga.
Torre del Mar Castle
The location of Torre del Mar on the eastern coast of the province of Malaga made it an ideal place for coastal surveillance, this made the town of Torre del Mar was closely linked to its old castle, now gone, only some remains of its wall in the area of the popular Plaza de la Axarquia and the information monument with the map of what would be the castle in its day.
Fuente de la Virgen de los marineros
The devotion to the Virgin of Carmen in the villages of the Coast will materialize tomorrow in Torre del Mar with the inauguration of the “Fuente Virgen del Carmen”.
In the fountain next to the music pavilion, an image of the Virgin of Carmen has been installed, the work of sculptor Miguel Angel Moliné, professor of Fine Arts at the University of Granada, the sculpture has been made in bronze and will enlarge the promenade of Torre del Mar.
The image has a height of 2.75 meters, reaching the height of 3.30 meters, if you include the aureole of the virgin
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