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All inclusive Torremolinos bowls tours

Torremolinos

"A spacious 4-star hotel in a beachfront location offering tremendous value for money"

Jonathan Plumridge

Jonathan Plumridge,

Managing Director


Hotel description

Sol Principe ****

4-star | Torremolinos

The recently refurbished Hotel Sol Principe enjoys a wonderful beachfront location overlooking Playamar Beach in Torremolinos. We are offering the hotel on two different board plans, both of which offer exceptional value for money: half board with wine, and all-inclusive. The hotel’s stand-out main feature is its vast 1500m2 lagoon-style outdoor pool, surrounded by sun lounging areas benefitting most attractively from the shade of tall mature palm trees. Other noteworthy features of the hotel are its highly spacious public areas, its sea view buffet restaurant terrace, enabling meals to be taken ‘al fresco’, its entertainments bar, and its heated indoor pool. A good selection of bars, restaurants and shops are located within a few minutes stroll of the hotel, which also enjoys direct access out onto the seafront promenade.

Rooms: 799 bedrooms with bath/shower and a balcony. All rooms also have telephone, central heating/air conditioning (June to September), satellite TV, mini-fridge, hair dryer and safe (at an extra charge).

Other Features: Buffet restaurant with some outdoor seating, a spacious entertainments bar, a sports bar, a vast lagoon pool, an adults only pool, a heated indoor pool, extensive palm-strewn sun lounging areas, a large lobby lounge area, a shopping arcade, wellness, beauty, and hairdressing services, occasional evening entertainment.

Wi-Fi: Free of charge both in the hotel’s public areas and bedrooms.

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Torremolinos

Prior to the advent of mid twentieth century tourism Torremolinos was a fairly typical, yet unremarkable, small coastal fishing community that had dabbled in milling since Moorish times (a feel for this Torremolinos ‘of yore’ can still be had when walking around the fisherman’s suburb of La Carihuela). Its one stand-out feature was the defensive lookout tower that the Moors had also built in order to be able to defend their mills. Unsurprisingly, the area became known as Tower Mills, or Torremolinos in Spanish. Everything was to change for Torremolinos however in the 1960s, when the package tourism industry developed it as the first significant resort on the Costa del Sol. On that platform a burgeoning entertainments industry was born, supplying thrills and delights to an extremely wide variety of tastes. Mindful as to what has attracted tourism to the area for decades, Torremolinos has taken particularly good care of its beaches, manicuring them daily for its sunseeking guests, and providing them with ready and attractive access via a seven kilometre long seafront promenade.

The Costa Del Sol

The Costa del Sol is defined first and foremost by its climate, boasting an average of 320 cloud-free days a year, warm and luminously bright, yet rarely overly hot, due to the pleasantly tempering effects of the Mediterranean and its mountain backdrop. It has also been blessed by history, being the area of Spain where the colourful artistic influence of the magnificent European Moorish empire of the middle ages is most consistently felt in terms of its architectural heritage and flamboyant flamenco culture. A laissez-faire friendliness and quasi-Arabian culture of warm hospitality have also contributed to the region’s appeal, as has its highly developed tourism infrastructure.

Optional Excursion Possibilities

Moorish Malaga: Moorish (but also More-ish) Malaga is a delightful city in which to explore, shop and relax. The second largest city in Andalusia, it was one of the best defended cities of Moorish Spain and its picturesque fortifications remain one of its most identifiable features. Our visit begins with a lift ascent to its hilltop Moorish Alcazar. An enchantingly landscaped palace-cum-fortress, featuring formal gardens and Moorish water features. Descending gently through the gardens to the old city below we next visit the interior of Malaga's highly impressive Renaissance Cathedral prior to enjoying ample time at leisure for food and further private explorations. Those with an interest in art for example may like to visit the Picasso Museum. Chic shopping is available in Larios Street.

El Chorro Gorge & The Ardales Lakes: Escape from the hustle and bustle of the Costa del Sol’s exciting coastline to the peace, tranquillity and natural beauty of Malaga province’s lake district. The spectacular gateway of 200 metre deep El Chorro Gorge, where the final scenes of vintage war movie, Von Ryan’s Express were shot, leads to a secret world of beautiful lakes and pine clad hillsides where a highly enjoyable Spanish country lunch nicely rounds off the day.

Millionaire's Marbella: The elegant resort of Marbella is renowned as the playground for the rich and famous. The wealth glitters most brightly along the Golden Mile, the flashiest marina on the Costa del Sol, where black-tinted cars slide along a quayside of luxury yachts. The beautiful Sierra Blanca Mountains provide a wonderful backdrop and create a lovely natural setting for this luxurious resort. The historic part of town, sits on a beautiful bay, sheltering lovely corners of a typically Andalusia flavour, with whitewashed houses and orange trees adorning the streets and squares.

Gibraltar: Travel to the Moors ancient stepping stone into Europe, later to become the most heavily fortified gun emplacement in the Mediterranean, a magnificent natural fortress guarding access by sea to southern Europe. Revel in its remarkable history, explore its fascinating caves, and meet its fabled Barbary apes.

Magical Mijas: Mijas, one of Andalusia's most photographed 'Pueblos Blancos' (white hill towns), offers a wonderful snapshot of life as it was in Andalusia in centuries past. Despite being one of the most visited places in the region it oozes Spanish authenticity, offering streetfulls of traditional architecture, a beautiful, begardened parish church and the remnants of a castle that once held invaders at bay. As a tourism magnet it has also attracted fine regional craftsmen and artists whose handiwork can be shopped for throughout the village. A preferred mode of transport within Spanish hillside communities for hundreds of years, Mijas today is one of very few Spanish villages that retains an active donkey taxi community. When your legs tire, choose from a vast array of attractive restaurants and bars offering splendid views over the surrounding countryside.

Ronda: Admire the ancient Moorish mountain Caliphate of Ronda, set either side of a hugely dramatic cleft known as the Tajo Gorge. Explore its delightful Medieval streets and drink in the atmosphere of its highly revered bullring, where the art of modern bullfighting is said to have been born.


Sol Principe ****

4-star | Torremolinos

The recently refurbished Hotel Sol Principe enjoys a wonderful beachfront location overlooking Playamar Beach in Torremolinos. We are offering the hotel on two different board plans, both of which offer exceptional value for money: half board with wine, and all-inclusive. The hotel’s stand-out main feature is its vast 1500m2 lagoon-style outdoor pool, surrounded by sun lounging areas benefitting most attractively from the shade of tall mature palm trees. Other noteworthy features of the hotel are its highly spacious public areas, its sea view buffet restaurant terrace, enabling meals to be taken ‘al fresco’, its entertainments bar, and its heated indoor pool. A good selection of bars, restaurants and shops are located within a few minutes stroll of the hotel, which also enjoys direct access out onto the seafront promenade.

Rooms: 799 bedrooms with bath/shower and a balcony. All rooms also have telephone, central heating/air conditioning (June to September), satellite TV, mini-fridge, hair dryer and safe (at an extra charge).

Other Features: Buffet restaurant with some outdoor seating, a spacious entertainments bar, a sports bar, a vast lagoon pool, an adults only pool, a heated indoor pool, extensive palm-strewn sun lounging areas, a large lobby lounge area, a shopping arcade, wellness, beauty, and hairdressing services, occasional evening entertainment.

Wi-Fi: Free of charge both in the hotel’s public areas and bedrooms.

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Sol Principe ****
Departure date7 nightsExtra week
24 Sep 2020£934£518
01 Oct 2020£914£518
08 Oct 2020£898£474
15 Oct 2020£848n/a

*Special Offer: complimentary side sea view upgrades on these dates.

N.B Extra weeks do not include organised bowling, non-bowlers discount £30.

Supplements (per person per week): No single supplement (limited number of rooms), side sea view room (twins) £69

Included in the price: Return flights from Gatwick or Manchester, air taxes, transfers in resort, 7 nights all inclusive accommodation (including local beverages from 10am to midnight), 4 bowls matches at local clubs, all green fees, welcome & farewell drinks, the services of a Personal Touch representative. 

Other airports may be available, but may generate flight supplements.

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Transfer times from the hotel:

♦ Malaga Airport approximately 15 minutes   ♦Lauro Golf Bowls Club approximately 45 minutes   ♦ Mijas Bowls Club approximately 25 minutes   ♦ Miraflores Bowls Club approximately 45 minutes   ♦ Santa Maria Bowls Club approximately 50 minutes   ♦ Benalmádena Bowls Club approximately 20 minutes