Located on the Mediterranean coast of southeastern Spain, Fuengirola is a major tourist resort about 33 km southwest of Malaga. It provides access to more than 8 km of beaches. The city is also home to ruins from many different eras and is most famous for Castillo Sohail, a fortress built by the Moors in the medieval period. ... Read more »
- Bioparc Fuengirola
- Castillo Sohail
- Plaza de Toros
- Stroll along one of the many beaches of Fuengirola
- Take the kids to Mijas Aquapark
- Come for the Feria week in mid-October and enjoy flamenco dancing
Fuengirola draws many tourists in with its mild weather and its 320 days of sunshine per year. The summer months are quite hot, with temperatures often remaining above 30ºC during mid-day. Winters are mild, with nighttime temperatures never approaching the freezing point.
Getting There & Around
You will have to fly into Malaga International if you are coming to Fuengirola by plane. From the airport, the town is just a 33 km drive or bus ride down the coast.
This is really a town for walking tours. Most of the hotels are within walking distance of the beach. There are also bus and light rail services to move people up and down the coasts to visit different beaches.« Hide