Whether you're looking for a traditional tapas or a restaurant, the region has something to suit you.  In Torrox Pueblo they are mostly traditionally Spanish, but nearer to the coast the Torrox Costa you will find restaurants catering entirely for the holidaymaker.

At nearby Nerja, generally a far more cosmopolitan and larger town, there are many bars and restaurants catering for all tastes.  You can enjoy a traditional Spanish cuisine or sample Chinese, Italian and even Indian.  At Burriana beach - a famous local hot spot - you can take a break from sunbathing and sample freshly made paella at one of the many beachside restaurant cafes.  At night Nerja remains alive and provides entertainment with many bars and clubs appealing to the young and the not-so-young.

You will find most of the basic items you need in a small, but very well stocked supermarket in the centre of Torrox Pueblo.  The village also has a few gift and souvenir shops.

For the more demanding shopper Nerja has many shops of all kinds.  As well as the essential supermarket - which offers an excellent range of fresh produce - you'll find many delightful shops.  Designer clothes, sportswear, and gift stores are very popular and you will be spoilt for choice when hunting for souvenirs.

There is a market in Nerja every week.