Experience Fuengirola with us

Fuengirola is a resort town sandwiched between Malaga to the north and Marbella to the south. A beach town offering up sandy beaches and resorts, eagerly welcoming those seeking sun and sand. Despite its development, there are many reasons to enjoy your time here. For one, its beach stretches for 7km, so plenty of space there to soak up the sun. In addition, there's a 10th Century Moorish castle to explore and the nearby Bioparc, a place for all the family to visit. With its mix of ex-pat community and locals, it's a sunny, welcoming resort that ensures you leave with plenty of smiles.
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Our tips for Fuengirola

• Tuesdays are a good day: Head to Feria for the Tuesday market, soak in the atmosphere, and you'll also find plenty of restaurants in Fish alley, so a proper culture trip.

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Best time to visit
You're in a top summer holiday destination here, so the high season is from May to October when the weather is warm. Rainfall is also limited during this time. The low season is over the winter months, where you'll find it still pleasantly comfortable.
Getting around
As you are in a small resort, it's easy to get about on foot. The beach is just a 5-minute walk from the city centre. Other parts of town can be reached by a small tourist tram that takes around 30 minutes. It's a cheap and fun alternative to walking.
Stay Safe
Like many Spanish seaside resorts, you are advised to keep valuables safely, always locked away or on your person. Yes, there are petty crime issues, bag snatches etc., so being aware of your surroundings is advisable.
Did you know?
Impress your friends with these tidbits of information: • The 7km of beaches are divided into seven separate beaches, so you could try each one on a different day! • At the Bioparc, you'll find over 1300 animals of 140 different species. Plenty to keep the entertainment going • If you head out looking for the local cuisine, then make sure to check out the fried fish, the Malaga salad, the cakes and gazpacho. Oh, not forgetting the region sweet wines!

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