Fuengirola. In the heart of the Costa del Sol, where the blue skies blend with the Mediterranean: a paradise overlooking the sea that offers much more than just sun and beaches. The city, that has preserved its Andalusian character, is a modern beach town with the ever-present ambience of the villages of the south.
20 minutes from the airport, has very good communications by land, sea and air and is the ideal starting point for a visit to the most beautiful corners of Malaga and of Andalusia. Overlooking the Mediterranean sea, its 8 km of beaches part of the city have been awarded the Blue Flag by the European Union, thanks to the excellent quality of its water and its seal. Its exceptional beach promenade opens up to the sea like an immense balcony.
Fuengirola’s gastronomic offer adapts to all tastes, with restaurants of all categories and traditional tapas bars, the delicious Mediterranean cuisine, the exquisite “espetos” of sardines, fried fish, ajoblanco, gazpacho or the delicious oven baked fish.
Situated right on the Fuengirola Promenade, The Marina shares the enclosure with the Fishing Port, and offers comfortable terraces and a large selection of restaurants. It offers the possibility of cruises to see dolphins, water sports, scuba diving, sea fishing and its Yacht Club has distinguished sailing monitors.
Fuengirola’s origins date back to Mediterranean civilisations such as the Phoenicians and Romans. The village offers an intense historical and cultural legacy:
• Phoenician and Roman archaeological remains.
• The Sohail Castle build in the 10th century.
• The History Museum, for learning about our more than 2600 years of history and traditions.