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Calle San Miguel, Torremolinos

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Named for the patron saint of Torremolinos, pedestrian-only Calle San Miguel serves up an array of shops, cafes, and restaurants to pop in and out of as you navigate from the beach to the center of town or vice versa. By the beach, the street turns into a path of winding stairs, building anticipation for the sandy conclusion that awaits on the descent and getting your lungs working as you ascend back to town. If you’re looking for keepsakes from your Torremolinos visit, some of the best shopping lies in the side streets off this main path. Our Torremolinos vacation trip planner makes visiting Calle San Miguel and other Torremolinos attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • The pedestrian area of Torremolinos. A wide range of businesses. At the San Miguel and the side streets of this street you simply have everything in the restaurants and souvenir shops. The street ends in a staircase where you can continue down to the seafront and Bajondillo. If you want to back up, it is possible to take a lift (for a fee), or you can choose to take the bus back to the bus terminal in the Center, if not just feel like a little exercise, and take the stairs up again.
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  • It is the most important of torremolinos Street since it is where are the stores where purchases in torremolinos are. You can also eat in the dintintos settlements, grab an ice cream or get a massage. There are Jewelers and jewelry stores. As I've said is the shopping street and you can not miss it.
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  • A very safe environment because pedestrian streets. Lots of shops and restaurants for all tastes and budgets.
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