The first activity that we want to propose is a dinner with a horse show that has a total duration of about 4 hours and that takes place in the Ranchito, it is a show that you can access without any problem in a wheelchair.
With this package you can enjoy the Equestrian Show "Ritmo a Caballo", individual dinner and Flamenco Show, following the following program:
17:45-19:30: Rhythm on Horseback Show
19:45: Transfer to the Typical Andalusian Restaurant
20:00: Arrival at the restaurant with a glass of sangria at the reception.
20:10- 21:15: Dinner enlivened by typical Andalusian music
21:15: Flamenco Show by the José Lucena Company (50min Approx)
22:15: End of the Program
There are several types of rates depending on whether you only want to see the horse show or if you also want dinner included. (there are 4 types of price, Adult, Senior child between 0 and 5 years old and children between 6 and 11 years old) The price for an adult is between €60 and €70 for the option with dinner.
The premises have accessible toilets for people with reduced mobility.
To get to the Ranchito, it is best to go by private vehicle since the enclosure has a private parking area with spaces reserved for people with reduced mobility. To get there you can access both from the Mediterranean highway (N-340) and from the old highway that connects Malaga with Torremolinos and that borders all the beaches of the Malaga coast.
Address and contact:
EL RANCHITO HORSE RIDING CLUB Pillar Path 4. Torremolinos. Malaga. 29620
Telephone: (+34) 627182909 (Equestrian show)
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We are presenting a comprehensive evening entertainment show featuring music, theater, magic, and much more. The show is fully accessible to individuals with reduced mobility and will be performed in English, but its magical and musical elements make it easy to follow even if you are not fluent in the language.
The show will last for 2.5 hours, offering a combination of magic tricks, puppetry, and live music, along with complimentary drinks and table service.
Please note that during the peak summer months, tickets tend to sell out quickly, so it is advisable to book in advance to secure your seat.
For a more exclusive experience, VIP tickets are also available at an additional cost. These seats are located in the front row and include an open bar serving champagne.
The entrance has different prices, depending on the option you choose, but prices range between €35 for adults and €20 for children between 4 and 14 years old. If you want any of the VIP tickets, the prices go up depending on the option chosen.
There is no discount for people with disabilities.
The theater hours are from 7:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. and the show starts at 8:00 p.m. and ends at 10:30 p.m..The theater is open from Tuesday to Saturday (Sunday and Monday closed)
It has bathrooms accessible to people with reduced mobility.
To get to the theater, you can do it by private car, bus or taxi.
If you want to get there by bus, the numbers that will take you to the theater are: M11, M112, M120, M121, M123, M124, M126, M128.
If you come by taxi you only have to give the address to the taxi driver.
We recommend visiting Aqualand Torremolinos for a fun-filled day. The park is equipped to accommodate individuals with reduced mobility and has a dedicated team of staff available to assist you at any time.
Aqualand features a variety of water attractions suitable for people of all ages, as well as restaurants and shaded garden areas where you can relax and recharge.
Aqualand Torremolinos offers various pricing options based on factors such as age, group size, and package type (family, senior, over 65, minors, etc.).
Hours of Operation: July and August: from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm September: from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Bus Service: Buses from Málaga, Benalmádena Costa, and Arroyo de la Miel stop at Noche y Día por Torremolinos Center, with the Isabel Manoja stop on the M-110 line being the closest to Aqualand.
Train: La Nogalera station is the closest train stop, with trains available from Málaga, Benalmádena, and Fuengirola.
Private Car: Private transportation is the preferred option, as the park has a private parking lot with designated spaces for individuals with mobility challenges.
Address and contact
C/ Cuba, nº 10. 29620 Torremolinos, Málaga
Telephone: (+34) 630 849 403
Molino de Inca
The Botanical Garden is accessible for individuals with reduced mobility and offers guided tours for groups upon request. The park covers over 15,500 square meters and has a rich history, linked to the area's mills and springs.
In the past, some mills were used to grind flour, while others were dedicated to paper production. Today, the garden is a tranquil paradise for nature lovers, showcasing a diverse collection of flora, including over 1000 plant species, including 150 varieties of palm trees, 300 trees, and 400 shrubs, which can be viewed from various viewpoints.
The garden is also home to a variety of bird species, including unique specimens found only in Spain. A replica of an old Inca Mill can be found within the park and works by harnessing the power of the water from the springs in the area.
Additionally, the Los Manantiales enclosure features a 500-square-meter Japanese Garden (Tsukiyama).
The garden is open from Tuesday to Sunday all year. from May to September the hours are from 10:00 to 21:00 and the rest of the months the hours are from 09:00 to 18:00.
The bird exhibition can only be visited on Tuesdays and Fridays.
It has bathrooms accessible to people with reduced mobility.
It is located very close to the water park, next to the motorway and the best way to get there is by private car as it has its own car park with some spaces reserved for people with reduced mobility.
The nearest bus stop is about 15 minutes from the botanical garden, so we do not recommend it.
Address and Contact:
Camino de los Pinares s/n. 29620 Torremolinos. Málaga
Telephone: (+34) 952 052401
Paseo Marítimo Torremolinos.
The Torremolinos promenade, or Paseo Marítimo, is a must-visit attraction in Andalusia, attracting thousands of visitors all year round. The promenade runs from Playa del Saltillo in Carihuela to Playa de los Álamos, passing through busy streets, restaurants, and shops. It is fully accessible for those in wheelchairs and has a dedicated bike lane for cyclists.
Starting from Punta del Saltillo, the walk leads to the Fuente de la Salud beach with its showers, hammock rentals, children's areas, and restaurants. Further along is Playa José, a popular family-friendly beach with sunbed and umbrella rental services.
As you continue the walk, you'll come across several beach bars where you can enjoy a drink or a meal from their wide culinary offerings. Finally, the promenade leads to popular beaches such as Carihuela, Bajondillo, Playamar, and Los Alamos. Whether you're walking or in a wheelchair, this promenade is a must-visit for all.
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Your Torremolinos guide
Torremolinos is a popular tourist destination, known for its long sandy beaches and warm Mediterranean climate. The town has developed a strong tourist infrastructure, with many hotels, restaurants, shops, and attractions to cater to the large number of visitors. In recent years, Torremolinos has made an effort to become more accessible to visitors with reduced mobility, with accessible beaches, excursions, and theme parks, as well as adapted restaurants and other offerings. With its warm weather, beautiful beaches, and accessible facilities, Torremolinos is a great destination for visitors with reduced mobility looking for a holiday in the sun.
Its current population is around 68,000 inhabitants, of which about 15,000 are foreigners living here. In the summer months the population multiplies and can reach up to 350,000 inhabitants.
From www.motion4rent.com we bring you some of the important information, places of interest and tourist offices, through the accessible beaches, to the adapted excursions, theme parks, accessible restaurants and other offers for visitors with reduced mobility. Enjoy your stay!
Torremolinos Tourist office
Torremolinos has 3 tourist information points scattered around the town, their hours are from Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 14:00 and their contact email is: email@example.com
Tourist Interpretation Center
Address: C/ Cuesta del Tajo, 11 29620 Torremolinos (Malaga)
Telephone: (+34) 952 070 595
Address: Plaza de las Comunidades Autónomas 29620 Torremolinos (Málaga)
Telephone: (+34)952 371 909
La Carihuela Office
Address: Plaza del Remo 29620 Torremolinos (Málaga)
Telephone: (+34)952 372 956
The nearest airport to Torremolinos is the Malaga-Costa del Sol, a major airport in Spain that connects to major cities worldwide. With approximately 14 million passengers per year, it serves as the primary entry point for all of Andalusia.
In compliance with Regulation (CE) 1107/2006 of the European Parliament, Malaga Airport offers free assistance to passengers with reduced mobility. The airport has 15 designated meeting points located throughout the airport and its vicinity to provide adequate assistance to those in need.
To take advantage of this service, passengers with special needs must provide the necessary information when making their reservation at least 48 hours prior to their flight.
The center of Torremolinos is only 7 km away from Malaga Airport, and there are several transportation options to choose from:
There is a train station at Malaga Airport where you can take the C1 train line to Fuengirola. The journey to Torremolinos takes approximately 15 minutes and trains run every 30 minutes. Both the airport station and Nogalera station in Torremolinos are accessible to people with mobility issues with the help of lifts and ramps.
There are two bus options from Malaga airport to Torremolinos:
The regular bus line: It leaves from Malaga airport and arrives in Torremolinos, specifically at Calle Hoyo 10. It is accessible for people with reduced mobility (PMR), and the trip takes about 40 minutes. The Flybus company: They offer a direct bus from the airport to Torremolinos that takes 15 minutes but at a higher cost. You may contact the Flybus company to make a reservation and inform them of your needs, as they have adapted vehicles available.
The taxi company Grande Malaga has several adapted vehicles and provides service at Malaga airport. You can contact them via their website, telephone, WhatsApp, SMS or email to make a reservation.
Torremolinos has five train stations, with Nogalera being the central station. Nogalera station is 100% accessible for people with reduced mobility, with features such as lifts, ramps, and accessible toilets. Additionally, improvements have been made to the station lobby, including the installation of lifts to improve passenger traffic between the platforms.
Approximately 5,000 people pass through Nogalera station on a daily basis. The other four stations in Torremolinos are La Colina Station, Montemar Alto, Pinillo, and Los Álamos.
You can take the C1 line from Torremolinos to Malaga, and from there, you can travel to major cities throughout Spain via high-speed trains.
In Torremolinos, there are two bus lines, T1 and T2, that are accessible for passengers with reduced mobility. Recently, new buses have been added to the fleet to enhance accessibility.
T1 runs from Torremolinos to Aloha, while T2 runs from Torremolinos to Playamar.
You can contact the company for more information:
Address and contact:
Calle Cesar Vallejo 24. 29004 Málaga
Phone: (+34) 955038665
The Taxi Torremolinos company has several Eurotaxi units, accessible to people with reduced mobility, we leave you their contact information since if you go in a wheelchair, it is essential to request their services in advance:
Phone (+34) 952 38 06 00 or (+34) 952 38 00 00
WhatsApp (+34) 618 98 82 62
Driving to Torremolinos:
Torremolinos can be reached by car via the MA-20 motorway from Malaga or the AP-7 from the south (such as Marbella). Driving in Andalusia is generally straightforward. Once in the town center, there are several parking spaces reserved for people with reduced mobility.
Playa El Bajondillo in Torremolinos, is a beach with dark sand. It has more than a kilometer long and 45 meters wide, it is located practically in the center of the city, making it one of the busiest. Classified as an urban beach, it is highly valued by residents and tourists, thanks to its variety of services. (shops, bars, restaurants…)
If you have mobility problems, we recommend you access it using one of the two elevators that give access to the beach, since if you want to go down on foot or in a chair, the path has a very steep slope or stairs.
with a high occupancy rate. It has special accesses for people with reduced mobility and a car park with more than 100 spaces.
You should know that if you need the help of the lifeguards to be able to use the help service, you must make an appointment by calling: (+34) 673514212
To get to Playa El Bajondillo by car, the closest road is the CN-340 road, you can also get there by urban bus.
La Carihuela Beach in Torremolinos, is a beach with dark sand. It is 2,100 meters long and 30 to 60 meters wide, with a high occupancy rate.
On this beach we can find a pergola with three Civil Protection lifeguards, in addition to three amphibious chairs available to people with functional diversity. The area also has a footbridge to the shore, as well as access ramps. In addition, users have at their disposal two parking spaces, as well as a shower and toilet for men and women.
To get to Playa La Carihuela by car, the closest road is the CN-340 road, you can also get there by intercity bus.
Services of the two beaches:
Neighborhoods / Areas
The Torremolinos promenade, or "Paseo Marítimo," is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. It runs along the coast from the Playa del Saltillo in Carihuela to Playa de los Álamos, offering stunning views of the sea and several popular beaches along the way.
The promenade is fully accessible to wheelchairs and has a bike lane. Along the way, visitors can find various services, including showers, hammock rentals, children's areas, restaurants, and beach bars. It is a recommended destination for those in wheelchairs, offering a beautiful and accessible experience.
Starting from Punta del Saltillo, heading east, the walk leads to the Fuente de la Salud, on this beach there are showers, hammock rental and various extra services, children's areas and restaurants to enjoy a good aperitif under the sun.
Further on is Playa José, a mythical family space with a sunbed and umbrella rental service.
If we continue the walk we will find several beach bars where you can have a drink or if you prefer, have lunch or dinner as they have a wide culinary offer. If we continue walking we arrive at Carihuela beach, one of the most popular and crowded beaches in Torremolinos.
Another of the beaches that we find on this route is Bajondillo beach, somewhat rockier but also beautiful, followed by Playamar and Los Alamos beaches.
It is a walk that we recommend in a wheelchair.
El Florin Restaurant
The El Florin Restaurant in Torremolinos offers a menu of seafood and Mediterranean cuisine, it is easily accessible for people with reduced mobility. However, it should be noted that the bathrooms in the restaurant are not equipped to accommodate those with disabilities.
Address and Contact:
C/ Dean Higueras del Castillo, Local 50, 29620 Torremolinos, Málaga
This pizzeria is accessible to people with reduced mobility and also provides access to its bathrooms. They offer a variety of dishes including vegan options and gluten-free options for those with dietary restrictions.
With over 40 years of experience, Pizzeria Palette is a well-established restaurant that provides a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere for all of its customers.
Multanis Restaurant is a restaurant specializing in Angus meats with additional vegan and gluten-free options. It is located near Carihuela beach and is accessible to people with reduced mobility, however, its bathrooms are not accessible.
Address and contact:
Bulto street nº 62 La Carihuela ,Torremolinos, Málaga