Spain is a renowned tourist destination for a plethora of reasons: its stunningly well-preserved architecture and historical landmarks, Mediterranean atmosphere, tasty food, and passionate culture. Situated on the southern coast of Spain in the province of Málaga, Torrox Costa is an ideal location for those looking to enjoy all that Spain has to offer while living in a more relaxed pace of life. In this guide, we will explore what it’s like to live in Torrox Costa as a foreigner, with an emphasis on the quality of life, prices, and tips for making your transition as smooth as possible.

One aspect that makes Torrox Costa stand out from other locations in Spain is its year-round mild climate. Torrox Costa is located in the so-called “Costa del Sol” or “Coast of the Sun,” which lives up to its name with an average of 300 sunny days per year. This makes it a great location for those who love spending time outdoors, whether you enjoy hiking, biking, or simply lounging on the beach. The town itself is small and quaint, with a population of just under 20,000 people. However, it still has all the amenities you need for day-to-day life including supermarkets, pharmacies, banks, and medical centers.

One thing to keep in mind when budgeting for your move to Torrox Costa is that prices can vary depending on the time of year. Many businesses cater to the influx of tourists during the summer months, which means prices for accommodation and dining out are typically higher. If you’re looking to save money, consider moving in the shoulder season (spring or fall) when there are fewer visitors and rates are more reasonable.

Here are a few tips to help you get settled into your new life in Torrox Costa:

  • Learn some basic Spanish before you go. Although many people in Spain do speak English, learning at least some key phrases will make your transition smoother and help you form connections with locals.
  • Renting an apartment long-term is a great way to save money on accommodation costs. This also gives you more flexibility if you decide to move elsewhere in Spain at a later date.
  • Get involved in the community! There are many ways to do this, whether you join a sports team, take part in local events, or simply strike up conversations with your neighbors.

We hope this guide has given you a better idea of what it’s like to live in Torrox Costa and that you’re feeling excited about your upcoming move!

Frequently asked questions

  • How much does it cost to rent a property in Torrox Costa?
    Of all the our currently available listings in Torrox Costa, the rent range between €400 and €2,500 depending on location, size and facilities.
  • How many long term rental properties are available in Torrox Costa?
    We currently have 33 available rentals available. In these, we have 30 apartments and 3 villas and townhouses. Sign up for a search agent to receive new listings by email.
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Country house for long term rent in Torrox. 3 bedrooms, 15 minutes to the coast and Torrox Pueblo.
€900 90 sqm
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Duplex apartment for long term rent in Torrox Costa, 1 bedroom, recently refurbished
€500 45 sqm
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€490 45 sqm

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Winter rental in El Peñoncillo

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Apartment in Torrox Costa, CENTRO INT., for rent
€450 49 sqm