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Torremolinos - Triathlon (Multiple) Worlds

Summary

Event

Torremolinos - Triathlon (Multiple) Worlds

location

Malaga, Spain

Date

Sunday, Oct 20, 2024

Distance

Standard Aquabike (1.5K-Swim/40K-Bike), Standard Triathlon (1.5K-Swim/40K-Bike/10K-Run), Sprint Triathlon (750m-Swim/20K-Bike/5K-Run) & Mixed Relay

Slots for

N/A

Date In

Oct 15, 2024

Date Out

Oct 21, 2024

Hotels

Sol Torremolinos Resort

  • Trip Essentials
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  • Course Info
  • Before You Go

2024 World Triathlon Championship Finals will be held in Malaga, Andalucia, Spain. World Champions will be crowned for the Elite, U23, Junior and Para triathlon, the Mixed Relay World Championships for U23/Juniors and potentially Para triathlon, as well as Age-Group Standard distance, Age-Group Sprint distance, Age-Group Aquabike Standard distance and Age-Group Mixed Relay World Championships.

Sun-baked Andalusia is a tourist favorite in which Moorish and Christian Spain show off their cultural strengths against a backdrop of flamenco, tapas, matadors and bullfights.  While those who have only known the south of Spain through books might think of Andalusia as a hot, dry plain, Andalusia has the Iberian peninsula’s highest mountains and nearly 15 percent of its terrain is 3,300 feet above sea level.  Andalusia has many unique ecosystems; nearly 20 percent of Andalusia soil lies in a protected area.  Andalusia’s relatively mild winter and spring climate attracts lots of visitors from colder climates and is a good place to start your vacation . It’s dry and hot in the summer; you may wish to examine the historic climate charts for Seville if you’re planning a vacation in the region.  Andalusia is the region that most people think of when they think of Spain. Granada, Cordoba, and Seville are the cities making up its “golden triangle,”

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From whitewashed mountain villages to flamenco dancing in dive bars, and from world-famous art in Picasso’s birthplace Malaga to the scent of orange blossom in Seville, Andalucia is a region that never fails to enchant. Andalucia, the diverse Spanish region between the Atlantic and Mediterranean, has it all: beautiful national parks, miles of sandy coastline, iconic architecture, gastronomic delights and thriving local culture – not to mention a string of Unesco World Heritage sites. Most visitors flock to Seville, Granada and Marbella for traditional tapas, flamenco and controversial bullfighting – but there is so much to discover beyond these magnificent cities.

Explore

  • Take in the rhythms of flamenco in Seville
  • Stroll to the Amazin Great Mosque and the flower-filles patios in Cordoba
  • many notable architectural and artistic monuments including the Alhambra Palace grace Granada
  • and enjoy amazing boutique accommodations in all the cities we visit
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