Fuengirola Beach

The Fuengirola Beach is incredibly popular with families because it covers all the bases for grown-ups and little ones alike. The hotel is home to outdoor pools, playgrounds and sports courts. Plus, the rooms are family-sized apartments with kitchenettes and open living areas.

In the restaurant, international food includes child-friendly options. There’s also plenty of room to cook in your apartment if you prefer. After dinner, entertainment’s chilled but drinks are served in the poolside bar and the lobby lounge.

Overview of Fuengirola

Fuengirola is a something-for-everyone resort that’s popular with families looking for holidays to the Costa del Sol.

There are family attractions, superb marina restaurants and even exciting nightclubs if you want to stay up after hours. For lazy days, there’s mile after mile of shoreline to relax on, but Bioparc Fuengirola is loved by little ones who get plenty of chance to meet the birds and animals.

The resort is also known as the Costa del Sol’s shopping capital. There are two weekly markets in the town and a modern shopping mall next door to Fuengirola Beach.

Things to do in Fuengirola

Reaching the centre of the resort takes 30 minutes on foot from Fuengirola Beach. The main square of Plaza de la Constitucion is the traditional heart of the resort, but for the best views in town, head to the Moorish fortress of Sohail Castle.

When you’d rather enjoy a day at the beach, it’s only a five-minute walk away. It’s a long and sandy stretch that’s backed by a restaurant-lined promenade. The sand stretches for seven kilometres along the coastline and adrenaline junkies have plenty of chance to jump on a jet ski or start windsurfing.

Fuengirola is a redeveloped holiday hotspot that’s a great place for a sun-soaked Spanish adventure. You’ll have a fantastic holiday here!

Resort Summary

Fuengirola has been sensitively redeveloped as a tourist destination in recent years. Although you will find high-rise hotel blocks, you can still get lost in the narrow pedestrian streets. The main square, Plaza de la Constitucion, has retained its traditional charm and is the focal point of the summer feria, when the whole town takes part in the annual street celebrations. There is also a Medieval Moorish fortress – Sohail Castle – perched on the hill overlooking the River Estuary. What most people come for though, are the beaches and nightlife. Furthermore, the food on offer covers everything from British pub grub to Spanish tapas, and lots of local wine.