Yaramar Hotel

Situated in a tremendous location on the promenade of Fuengirola Beach, boasting some exquisite views of southern Spain’s Mediterranean Sea, you’ll be able to relax on your ocean-facing balcony with a drink or two. Resting south of Torremolinos, your stay at Hotel Yaramar provides you with a lively destination filled with quality evening entertainment and the opportunity to dine in style at some of Fuengirola’s best restaurants, not to mention great bars. Take a stroll along the beaches of the Costa Del Sol, mix with locals or enjoy an ice cream in the warm sunshine.

Overview of Fuengirola

Spend your holidays in the Costa Del Sol this summer, relaxing in the sunshine of one of southern Spain’s most popular tourist resorts. While staying at Hotel Yaramar, you’ll find yourself in the heart of the region among a hive of activity, friendly restaurants, a wide range of bars and eight kilometres of white-sand beaches. Although Fuengirola has had some redevelopment over the years, you’ll still manage to find some heritage. This Andalusian town is home to Sohail Castle, situated among the town’s nearby countryside, where you can expect to see rolling hills, picturesque Spanish settlements and something a little bit different to your average beach holiday.

Things to do in Fuengirola

The Costa Del Sol is renowned for its glowing sunshine and beautiful restaurants serving quality cuisine, local dishes and ice-cold beers. But what else is there once you’ve traversed the eight kilometres of beach? Depending on the intentions of your holidays to Costa Del Sol, you’ll have a great day out at Aquamijas Water Park, or you could discover artisan cuisine at Fuengirola’s famous street markets. Why not mix it up a little before you hit Fuengirola’s bustling nightlife scene with a trip to the ruins of Sohail Castle? Now a venue for evening entertainments and concerts, the castle is over 1,000 years old. It’s time to kick back, relax and enjoy your holiday in the Costa Del Sol. Stay at Hotel Yaramar and reap the benefits of the area as you stroll around the markets, explore local sights and immerse yourself in the culture. The soft, sandy beaches are waiting for you!


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.