Sitting between Malaga and Marbella this busy resort is home to one of the best sea fronts on the Costa del Sol. The bustling promenade which fringes the beach leads to a 7k stretch of safe golden sands making it one of the longest beaches in the area, also offering a great choice of water sports making for a fun packed day out. If this sound a little too laid back then there’s always the Bioparc or water park to try and when darkness falls there are plenty of open air cafes and bars to sample, even nightclubs where you can party into the small hours.
No matter your taste or budget, Fuengirola is home to some great dining options. Whether you fancy traditional Spanish tapas or an all-day English breakfast, the resort is sure to tickle your taste buds.
Calle Moncayo is awash with bars and bistros and is a great place to enjoy a pitcher of sangria while you watch the world go by.
Fuengirola is a sun worshippers paradise, however if you fancy a few hours away from your relaxing sun lounger, then the resort and surrounding areas have a number of fantastic attractions for you to visit including the world famous Fuengirola Zoo with its Sumatra Tigers, shopping districts and the stunning coastline.