Beaches of fuengirola in malaga


Exquisite gastronomy, lively atmosphere, great history and perfect beaches for relaxation are the best incentives to spend a few days in Fuengirola, Malaga.

Just because the holiday period seems to have come to an end doesn’t mean that we can’t take advantage of each of our weekends to take a relaxing and cultural getaway… Do you want to know the beaches to enjoy this September in the area?
This town on the Costa del Sol has no shortage of beaches, usually very extensive urban beaches of golden sand bathed by cool sea-coloured waters that will certainly be a relief from the hot days of Andalusia.

Here are some of its beaches, take note!

– Las Gaviotas: Urban beach of golden sand with more than 1,200 metres. It is located next to the boliches and is usually quite crowded (as is the case with most of them).

– San Francisco: This beach is much smaller (approximately 250 metres) and also less attractive than the previous ones, as it is located next to the Fuengirola Marina.

– Los Boliches: An extensive coastline of golden sand that stretches for about a kilometre in front of the most central area of the city, which guarantees days on the beach with all the services.

– Santa Amalia: At 1,400 metres this is the longest beach in Fuengirola. Golden sand, good services and a pleasant atmosphere make it follow the general line of the rest of the neighbouring beaches.

– Torreblanca: Actually, this beach forms a single unit together with Carvajal beach, which belongs to Benalmádena. On the promenade that extends around it you will find all kinds of services and good restaurants.

And what do you say, do you want to end the summer on the beach?

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