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For hundreds of years, the stunning enclave Fuengirola occupies has attracted and amazed many Mediterranean civilisations who reached this coastal area. Each of these groups of people (Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, etc.) set up home here, leaving behind vestiges of their culture such that we can still appreciate them today through our historical heritage.

Fuengirola, which is just 10 minutes away from Malaga Airport, sits on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and is linked to the capital of the province, Malaga, and the rest of the country via the A-7 Motorway. It is just a few kilometres away from Benalmadena and Torremolinos, and less than an hour away from Marbella. Fuengirola gathers tourists from a variety of countries in a place that acts as the perfect start point for exploring the Costa del Sol.

The town’s eight kilometres of beaches, which are integrated within the historic centre, boast Blue Flag status, as awarded by the European Union in recognition of the stunning quality of their waters and sands. In fact, in 2009 Fuengirola became the only town in Spain to have 100% of its beaches named Blue Flag beaches. The town’s wonderful beachfront promenade opens out to the sea with an immense balcony while it also offers many gastronomy and recreational options. Among the most well-known beaches in Fuengirola and Mijas-Costa, the following stand out:

· Tahiti Beach
· Fuengirola Beach
· Los Boliches Beach
· Santa Amalia Beach
· Ejido-Castillo Beach
· Florida Beach
· La T Beach
· Carvajal Beach
· Las Gaviotas Beach
· Torreblanca Beach
· San Francisco Beach
· El Chaparral Beach
· La Butibamba Beach
· El Bombo Beach
· Calahonda Beach

Tradition and modernity unite in Fuengirola to create a town that, simply by wandering through its streets, has lots of things for visitors to see and do. There are many sculptures that act as decorative elements in almost all of its charming squares. Urban art by renowned Spanish artists, along with popular paintings, give life to certain buildings in the town. A stroll around Fuengirola can be regarded as a walk through a permanent exhibition of quality artists.

Fuengirola has more than 350,000 m² of green public spaces and garden areas. All of the town’s parks have the services and facilities needed to ensure visitors fully enjoy these small paradises, each of which has its own charm and individual character.

Fuengirola is one of the town’s on the Costa del Sol that offers the most leisure activities. It has a range of theme parks as well as numerous outdoor activities, both sports and adventure, available: boat rides, golf, rafting, bowling, bullfighting, the zoo, cinemas, eateries, spas, shopping centres, street markets, bars, swimming pools (including indoors), sports centres, a marina, fairs, traditional celebrations and more. Many places are in settings of incomparable beauty, such as Sohail Castle and its beaches. Here are some of the main options:
  • Attractions
  • Bioparc Fuengirola
  • Rafting Salta Ríos
  • Cinesur Miramar 3D
  • Fuengirola City Tour
  • Electric Bike Route
  • Tivoli

  • Celebrations
  • Easter Week (March-April)
  • San Juan (June)
  • El Carmen (July)

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