OUR TOURIST GUIDE TO FUENGIROLA

Cosmopolitan and tourist par excellence, the municipality of Fuengirola is another of the favourite towns in Costa del Sol by regular visitors of our tourist area, both national and foreign, who find in this city a quiet, idle and excellent weather.

Its foundation seems clearly related to the Phoenicians. When the Romans arrived, it acquired great relevance, reaching the category of federated city of Rome, allowing it to maintain its own institutions, just like the city of Malaga.

THE ESSENTIAL: WHAT TO SEE AND WHAT TO DO IN FUENGIROLA

Fuengirola has a great heritage to visit such as the Sohail Castle, a fortress built in the tenth century by Abd ar-Rahman III de Cordoba. This castle is quite impressive: built on a hill 28 metres above the coast and the estuary of a river, it offers the best views of the town and the beach.

The centre of Fuengirola is also quite interesting. For example, we can visit La Plaza de la Constitución and the beachfront promenade which is undoubtedly the busiest area, full of restaurants, deckchair rentals and pedal boats.

Moreover, if you want to visit Fuengirola, the best time to do it is during its festivals such as the carnivals (in February), the Holy Week (between March and April), the towns fair (on the first week of May), the Fair of Carmen (mid-July) and the Rosario Fair (on the second week of October)

As for gastronomy, the grilled sardines, fried pescaíto, gazpacho and a white soup made with garlic stand out, in general, in the local cuisine.

OUR TOURIST GUIDE TO FUENGIROLA

Cosmopolitan and tourist par excellence, the municipality of Fuengirola is another of the favourite towns in Costa del Sol by regular visitors of our tourist area, both national and foreign, who find in this city a quiet, idle and excellent weather.

Its foundation seems clearly related to the Phoenicians. When the Romans arrived, it acquired great relevance, reaching the category of federated city of Rome, allowing it to maintain its own institutions, just like the city of Malaga.

THE ESSENTIAL: WHAT TO SEE AND WHAT TO DO IN FUENGIROLA

Fuengirola has a great heritage to visit such as the Sohail Castle, a fortress built in the tenth century by Abd ar-Rahman III de Cordoba. This castle is quite impressive: built on a hill 28 metres above the coast and the estuary of a river, it offers the best views of the town and the beach.

The centre of Fuengirola is also quite interesting. For example, we can visit La Plaza de la Constitución and the beachfront promenade which is undoubtedly the busiest area, full of restaurants, deckchair rentals and pedal boats.

Moreover, if you want to visit Fuengirola, the best time to do it is during its festivals such as the carnivals (in February), the Holy Week (between March and April), the towns fair (on the first week of May), the Fair of Carmen (mid-July) and the Rosario Fair (on the second week of October)

As for gastronomy, the grilled sardines, fried pescaíto, gazpacho and a white soup made with garlic stand out, in general, in the local cuisine.

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