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Apartments in Fuengirola -- Cheap Places to Stay

Fuengirola sits snug on the coastline of Andalusia and has remained a popular tourist destination for decades. It boasts glorious beaches which sprawl out for 7km and are peppered with plush bars and laidback shore-side restaurants. Thanks to its large population of foreign residents, there is a friendly, multi-cultural vibe to Fuengirola, but it also harbours a fascinating and traditional history. It was once a quaint and important Spanish fishing quarter, and there are still remnants of this lifestyle visible in the old quarter of Los Boliches, where grizzly men fry up freshly caught fish in the street and bustling seafood markets pop up every weekend. Our apartments in Fuengirola place you right in the centre of all the action, just moments from the beach and the vibrant culture of the town.

Beaches and Bioparcs - Things to do in Fuengirola

Fuengirola has a bit of something for every kind of traveller. Whether you're looking to soak up the Spanish sun on the spectacular beaches, hit up a few bars, or learn more about the ancient history of the region, there's something for you. Make sure you check into one of our Fuengirola apartments, which are all within walking distance of the major attractions.

  • Bioparc Fuengirola -- The town's top attraction is a lively zoo that showcases a selection of animals and birds. There's also a recreated jungle enclosure and a kid's play area, making it a fun day out for all the family.
  • Sohail Castle -- Built back in AD 956 in order to improve the coastal defences, this castle now sits on top of a lush, green hill looking out over the surrounding scenery.
  • Fuengirola Street Market -- Taking place every Wednesday, this street market proves to be a popular haunt for both locals and tourists. Here, you can stroll through stalls piled high with clothes, crafts, and general knickknacks.
  • La Plaza de los Chinorros -- The most popular square in Fuengirola is dotted with trees and edged with boutique shops and charming cafes.
  • Finca del Secretario -- An archaeological park situated along the Pajares creek that offers a fascinating insight into ancient life in Fuengirola and Spain in general.
  • Los Boliches -- Los Boliches is a barrio in Fuengirola that harks back to times-gone-by. It was once a vibrant fishing port, and there are still some remnants of this lifestyle still visible there today.
  • Museo de Miniaturas -- This quirky museum offers a selection of displays of miniature goods, from cute room-boxes to miniscule paintings.
  • Carvajal Beach -- Fuengirola is known for its stunning beaches, and the Carvajal beach is one of the most popular. It sprawls out in a flurry of parasols, lively bars, and clear blue waters.
  • Santuario de la Virgen de la Pena -- Excavated back in the 1600s, the Santuario de la Virgen de la Pena is an age-old reminder of historic life in Fuengirola.

Sun, Sea, and Sand - The Best Beaches in Fuengirola

Fuengirola is famed for its beach life, boasting a collection of great shore-side bars which line the white sands and crystal clear waters. El Ejido is one of the best beaches in the town. Situated near Sohail Castle, it boasts a wild backdrop with a handful of popular beach bars dotted around. Quieter than some of the other beaches in Fuengirola, it offers a dose of sophistication.

San Francisco beach is more central and sits next to the town's port. It's the perfect place for a family day out thanks to its great range of amenities. With the city's promenade running alongside it, it can get quite busy, but the sea is calm and it's a popular point for boarding the boat trips.

Las Gaviotas beach is one of the most popular beaches in the city, partly due to its collection of large, luxury hotels. Here, there are plenty of opportunities to try out some watersports, and there are a great range of beach bars, too.

If you're looking for something a little less crowded, head to Torreblanca beach, which sits to the east of the town. This stretch of sand is often less busy than the other, more central beaches, but it still has a great selection of facilities.
Fuengirola apartments – Fuengirola Accommodation

Fuengirola Accommodation

Because it's predominantly known as a beach destination for avid sun-seekers, Fuengirola accommodation mainly consists of resort hotels with outdoor pools and beachfront holiday apartment blocks. There are still a few traditional guesthouses and smaller, niche hotels set away from the beachfront, but for the most part you can expect large, high-rise hotels that line the beaches. That being said, there are plenty of holiday apartments dotted around, giving you the chance to enjoy a more local experience.

Finding Fuengirola -- Transport to and From the City

Getting to our Fuengirola apartments is easy. The nearest airport is Malaga airport, which sits around 25km away. From the airport, there are several transport options that are cheap and quick. Firstly, there's a designated shuttle bus that travels from the terminals to Fuengirola, leaving regularly throughout the day in the busier summer months. Alternatively, there is a fast-speed train that travels along the coast to Fuengirola from Malaga Airport. The train leaves every 20 minutes and takes around half an hour. It's one of the quickest, easiest, and cheapest ways to get into Fuengirola.

You can also hop in a taxi from one of the taxi ranks outside the terminals, though this is a slightly more expensive option that the others. Another popular option is hiring a car at the airport and driving along the scenic coastal road to Fuengirola. There are some incredible views to see along the way, and you can travel at your own pace. It's also great to have a car when you're actually in Fuengirola, as there are plenty of great day trips to neighbouring Spanish towns and villages.

Once you're in Fuengirola, it's unlikely you'll need to use any public transport. The town is fairly small and all the major attractions and the beaches are within easy walking distance of each other.

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Playa de Las Gaviotas 49 Accommodations
Playa de Santa Amalia 41 Accommodations
Playa Ejido-Castillo 11 Accommodations
Playa de Carvajal 3 Accommodations