Nicknamed the "Sunshine Coast", it’s no wonder that the Costa Del Sol’s the perfect location for a summer holiday. The city of Fuengirola has plenty to keep you busy. You can sample the delicious seafood straight from the port or catch some rays at one of the stunning beaches. Children will love the opportunity to hire a pedal boat – just make sure you can remember your way back! Finally if you visit during the summer, be sure to catch a concert at the Castillo Sohail. You won’t want to come home from your holiday in Fuengirola!
There’s plenty of direct flights to Fuengirola available from an abundance of airlines such as Ryanair, Jet2, easyJet and Flythomascook. Make sure you shop around online to ensure you get the cheapest deals. You’ll have the option of flying out of most major UK airports meaning that Fuengirola isn’t out of bounds for anyone. Indirect flights are available but they can work out considerably more than direct flights – they’re not recommended if you have to stick to a tight budget. You’ll fly into Malaga Airport which is around 25 kilometres away from Fuengirola.
You’ll have plenty of options to choose from to help you reach your final destination. The suburban rail line runs every 30 minutes from Malaga into Fuengirola via the airport. Alternatively you can pick up a taxi from the rank at the arrivals roadway – they’re available 24 hours day.
Getting around during your holiday in Fuengirola couldn’t be easier as the city has a brilliant public transport network. You’ll have the option of catching the bus or the train if you wish to explore the Costa Del Sol.
From five star luxury hotels to cosy family-run B&Bs, you’ll have no problem finding accommodation for a holiday in Fuengirola. Don’t fret if you’re after cheap hotels in Fuengirola as you’ll find plenty. The trick is too make sure you book well in advance – you’ll be able to find some great deals. Spain is extremely popular during the summer months and prices can rocket during the school holidays. Try to avoid this peak time if you’re looking to visit on the cheap.
If you love a good bargain keep an eye out for the city market. You’ll be able to find some brilliant souvenirs to take home. Make sure you practice your haggling skills before you take your holiday in Fuengirola – you’ll have great fun with the market stall holders. Don’t be afraid to walk away if the vendor refuses to go lower – more often than not they’ll shout after you and you’ll be able to grab an inexpensive keepsake.
Updated 4th December 2013
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