Most popular Villas in Fuengirola
Highlights in Fuengirola
- Amazing beaches
- Fun in the sun
- Pretty little visits
- Amazing Andalusian food
- Great fun under the sun
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Villas in Fuengirola
Finding a villa in Benalmadena is very easy. Browse amongst several properties in the residential area of Torreblanca, near the city centre. This neighbourhood offers detached and semi-detached luxurious villas with all the amenities for a fabulous stay. Besides the stunning sea views, the villas are close to the beautiful and sandy beaches. Get away from the daily routine and enjoy a relaxing holiday in this quiet area from which you can also take a trip to the neighbouring villages of Torremolinos, Benalmádena or Málaga.Fantastic villas with swimming pools
The mild and warm weather of southern Spain will let you enjoy the outdoor areas, especially the gardens, patios and swimming pools. Booking a villa in Fuengirola is the ideal holiday for families, small groups and couples. Spacious rooms, open floor plans and cosy lounges to enjoy all together a special celebration, a short getaway or a romantic stay in a beautiful spot. Start planning your trip!
Travellers and activities
Besides the historical sites and its medieval architecture, Fuengirola enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate and 4,97 miles (8 Km) of Blue Flag beaches known as El Castillo, Santa Amalia, Los Boliches, Las Gaviotas, Torreblanca and Carvajal. These beaches feature all the services including showers, sunbeds and the famous beach bars - chiringuitos - where to sample some pescaíto frito and a cold drink. Enjoy some water sports or let the kids play in the designated areas. Families with kids will also love the quiet beach and the shallow waters of Los Boliches. Your summer holidays are closer than ever.Fuengirola for family holidays lovers
The Costa del Sol offers so many attractions for travellers and sea lovers. Families will enjoy the beaches but also a wide range of leisure activities in and around town. Experience some action at Costa Water or Aquamijas waterpark and discover the wildlife at Bioparc Fuengirola. Not far from Fuengirola, in Benalmádena, the theme parks of Tivoli World, Selwo Marina and Sea Life is the place where children and adults will enjoy together.
Have you ever tried some glamourous bread? An hour and a half drive from Benalmádena, in Algatocín, you can sample the most exquisite and varied loaves where the most valued one is made of edible silver and gold.
Top 7 travel tips in Fuengirola
Fuengirola is a seaside resort with many appealing sites that will make your stay a memorable one for years to come. Back in the day, the town was just a fishing village inhabited by fishermen and their families, seafarers and defending troops. Nowadays you can visit the beautiful Muslim fortress of Sohail Castle, the remains of an old Roman temple by the promenade or the History Museum and its collections about past times.2. Have fun under the Mediterranean sun.
The activities in Fuengirola are suitable for all ages and tastes. Children and adults alike will have the time of their lives getting on a boat and sail along the coast or practising the most wide range of water sports. Try some canoeing, kayaking, SUP, snorkelling, windsurfing or just enjoy a dip and swim in the sea. Out of the water, the choices are also great! Cycling, climbing walls, racket sports or theme parks. Endless fun and great action. Need more reasons to start packing your bags?3. Enjoy the Spanish way of life
People from Málaga province know very well how to make the most of their days. There is time for work and there is time for some traditional moments during the day, especially during the summer. Nothing better than having some patatas bravas, espetos, pescaíto frito and a pint of refreshing beer at the many “chiringuitos” along the beaches. After some tapas or after a good meal, the traditional “siesta” (nap) is part of the Andalusian culture and gives you the time to recharge your batteries and get ready to go on with your day. Give it a go! You will love it.4. Enjoy the lively nightlife
When the sun sets it’s time for dinner and to get ready for the next step - enjoy the lively nightlife in town. Fuengirola is one of the most popular destinations in the Costa del Sol for its festive atmosphere along the promenade. Get ready to dance the night away. A quieter zone is that of Plaza de la Constitución, where you can find many music styles but still some good pubs and places to enjoy the Spanish nightlife like a local. Besides, 20 minutes from Fuengirola, in Marbella, you will find the most exclusive and glamorous night clubs that will give a nice and chic touch to your holidays. Enjoy the best DJs and get carried away by the sound of their music.5. Enjoy the best fish with traditional dishes
The seafront is dotted with the typical Spanish beach bars known as chiringuitos. Walking along the promenade, the smell of the famous “espetos” (mostly sardines) cooked on little boats by the sand will awake your senses. Let them flow and do not leave before you try them. Sample some “pescaíto frito” or any other delicacy made with the freshest produce and freshly caught fish. The traditional cooking methods will raise your taste buds every time you try a new dish. For more elaborated recipes, there are restaurants offering international cuisine as well as great Spanish and Mediterranean food.6. Enjoy their festivals like a local
If you are in Fuengirola during the Feria de los Pueblos or the Virgen del Carmen procession, these are two festivities you cannot miss. The first one is a varied display of international products that you can sample at the different “casetas” (stalls) from Plaza de España to the fairground. The procession is one of the oldest traditions in town. The seafarers carry the Virgin and then, they submerge the throne into the sea. A unique festival with an Andalusian touch.7. Visit Mijas Pueblo
Mijas Pueblo is considered as a district of Fuengirola. This traditional Andalusian village looks out over the Mediterranean and from its hermitage you can see the whole town, with Fuengirola and the sea at the end. Narrow streets, whitewashed facades and colourful shutters give the Andalusian touch to this incredible pretty village. Is it in your list already?