We were lucky to be on holiday when it was the San Miguel fiesta wich lasts for a week at the end of September. All the locals are out , lots of the women wear traditional dress and there is lots of live bands and stands for food. The part we found amazing was the church of San Miguel although...
This church is off the main thoroughfare but is worth a visit! Can be closed except at mass times weekdays 18.30 hours (Monday to Thursday) It has the Spanish style of art. If no other interest brings you to this church it is peaceful and a prayer would not do any harm!
Visit this church if you are in Torremolinos after mass you are surrounded by coffee bars and shops we were there for the festival of San Miguel it was Fab Four days of celebration dancing and singing everywhere throughout the town it is a must
W hile on holidays in Torremolinos with my Husband we stumbled upon Church of San Miguel. It is a beautiful church right in the middle of the hustle bustle. It is a lovely serene and quite place to visit. It is well worth a visit. Beautiful altar and surroundings. We had mass in spanish but it was still nice.
If you are staying in Torremolinos, this church is walking distance from anywhere. Beautiful architecture. Very quaint & loved by the citizens & visitors alike. In a little corner off San Miguel just before the steps going down to the beach.
Went to Sunday Mass in this quaint little church. Mass is at 19.30 every day. There are no ornate windows. However, there are some interesting paintings in this church. The ornamentation behind the altar is also impressive. Mass was in Spanish, with no other language spoken and lasted about an hour. As with all Spanish Masses, singing was impressive. While...