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Fuengirola is just twenty minutes from Malaga airport and by road there is easy access to such popular nearby resorts as Torreblanca, Arroyo de la Miel and Torremolinos. There is no shortage of things to do for holidaymakers in Fuengirola. A variety of family fun activities at the aqua park, or a trip to the zoo and a host of sea sports. Or maybe a leisurely sight seeing tour in a horse-drawn carriage.

Particularly recommended is Fuengirola's neighbour, Los Boliches here you can enjoy the atmosphere of a bygone era with narrow streets, neighbourhood shops and traditional white washed houses which once belonged to the local fishermen. Fuengirola is particularly popular with Spanish nationals and many have summer apartments here. There are also a considerable presence of the British and other nationalities who have settled here. Being a cosmopolitan area this promotes an impressively wide variety of entertainment and an incredible range of food from the Andalusian traditional tapas (bar snacks) and shellfish dishes to the British bangers and beans. Restaurants cater for all tastes and you can be sure of having some delicious meals and excellent local wines.


Because of it's location so close to Malaga, Fuengirola is the perfect resort to take your holiday as it is so easy to travel to all the must see sites. One Must See actually in the town is 'The casttle Sohail' of Fuengirola is at a little hill from where you can see a beautiful view of the city. The Beach is a must see both day & night.

Events in Fuengirola

Tuesdays the town has the largest and liveliest street market on the coast.

Saturdays play host to the Car Boot sales with the usual array of items on sale.

Festival time is when every town and village goes all out to put on the best show. The local people take great pride in their festivals and welcome all who attend and ensure everyone has a great time. With over 3,000 fiestas to celebrate every year in Andalucia, including fairs, pilgrimages, carnivals and mock battles and not forgetting the religious processions, there is always something to enjoy.

Annual fiestas include the feast of the Virgin del Carmen in July when local fishermen carry an effigy of the Virgin out to sea. A colourful festival takes place in October when the town really comes to life with flamenco dancing and sampling local dry sherry which carries on from dawn to dusk for a week.