This is a great 14th century tower situated at the bottom of Calle San Miguel. Unfortunately Torremolinos Ayuntamiento is either unwilling or unable to allow anyone to get near it. Furthermore views are obscured by buildings so you can't even get a decent look at this historical building.
While on holidays recently my Husband and I tried to visit the Pimentel Tower. It can only be seen from a distance which is a pity.There are souvenier shops and cafes around it but you can't actually get near the tower. Shame that it is not promoted more and more access to it.
As this tower is supposedly what gave Torremolinos it's name, it is such a shame you can't get to it! You can see some of it from behind the cheap and nasty shops.
On the steps or from the beach road you can see it almost in its entirety - but from a bigger distance. Also visible from the Cervantes...
The tower that give Torremolinos its name hidden up the accent or decent of "Esacalera"
It's pretty anonymous and note signposted, & impossible to visit, so you'll have to look up at it from the street, amongst the bars & cafes & nic nack shops that surround it!