Fuengirola beaches have designated areas for volleyball, windsurfing and other watersports. They all have showers, tranquil waters and are easily accessible.
For all central beaches take the exit Fuengirola/Los Boliches off the A-7 highway and head toward the sea. In the recent past the beaches have all received the European blue flag for cleanliness.
Make sure to make time for lunch at a typical Spanish chiringuito (beach bar/restaurant) that is located right on the sand.
There are eight main beaches in Fuengirola:
Mona´s family grade: 8.0
Mom:Sometimes we go to the beach by the castillo Sohail or to a beach called El Faro (which is close to the Club la Costa.) The beach by the castillo is nice, the only thing is that it get quite deep quite suddenly. So, when you are with children you always need to be aware. It is a clean beach, and the drive the tractor there every day to turn the sand. There are lots of nice Chiringuitos. In the winter they put up these shields for the wind (don't know what they are called in English.) The beach walk in itself is a nice walk, run or cycle.
The El Faro beach is better, and there are lots of nice shells and rocks to collect there. There is not an entrance to the road from the beach, you have go through a tunnel, under the N-340 to the other side. Here you have parking, and usually there is spaces there. Here there is also a Chiringuito. (August 2009) Grade: 8.0
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