The Church of Our Lady of El Carmen, known to many as the parish of the park, is a recent construction of approximately twenty years. The interior is spacious and airy. The altar is dominated by the...
The History Museum of Fuengirola, inaugurated on the 14th of February 2003, is home to relics depicting the last 4 centuries of the town’s history. Covering an area of 1,700 square...
La playa de Santa Amalia - El Castillo is located in the Malaga municipality of Fuengirola. A distinctly urban settlement, with El Castillo being its natural extension. Playa de Santa Amalia - El...
Fuengirola has become one of the favourite destinations of tourists who come to the province of Malaga; thanks to important infrastructure development. This town, which belongs to the Costa del Sol, is located in the centre of this wonderful coastline and is easy to access from anywhere which facilitates the arrival of many tourists throughout the year. It is no coincidence, of course, that 5,550 British have chosen Fuengirola as their place of residence.
If you are looking for a vacation on the beach without the bustle of big cities, but with all services, we recommend that you check everything that can offer Fuengirola.
IN FUENGIROLA YOU CANNOT MISS
Sohail Castle is one of the main attractions of Fuengirola. It is located on a hill facing the sea dominating the coast and the Sierra de Mijas. Abderrahman III ordered the construction of the castle in the year 956; thousand years later, the building has been renovated numerous times to suit its current reality as the scenario for numerous concerts and cultural events.
The archaeological site of Finca del Secretario is also worth visiting. The discovery of this Roman enclave occurred in the 70's. In it, there remains among the centuries I and V D.C., amongst others, including a pottery, a spa resort and salting factory were found. The site has an interpretive centre which include the spa rooms which have been recreated.
The Plaza de Toros (Bullring) of Fuengirola, opened in 1962, houses every season all kinds of bullfighting and equestrian festivities, such as classic dressage and national competition of hitches and carriages.
The promenade of Fuengirola is one of the largest in the Spanish coasts. It is eight kilometres long and, while on one side, there is municipality's beaches, whereas on the other side, bars, restaurants, terraces and local hotels and shops are located.
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