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Villas in Fuengirola
For pristine sand, clear water and sunny weather, look no further than the NOVASOL holiday homes Fuengirola offers. Our villas in Fuengirola offer the perfect getaway for your holiday in Spain. It is located just 25 kilometres from the Malaga airport. Fuengirola is a small fishing village turned vibrant metropolis. Our villas in Fuengirola are located smack bang in the city centre. This allows you quick access to the city’s amazing sites.
Fuengirola was previously known as Suhayl during the Moorish period. It is a large town on the Costa del Sol in the autonomous community of Andalusia in the south of Spain. Its 5 miles of beaches and sunny climate have made the town a huge tourist hub for British holiday-goers. The town features modern shops and restaurants. History buffs can also enjoy medieval architecture from the Moorish occupation of Spain. The NOVASOL holiday homes Fuengirola offers provide quick access to explore the architecture and gastronomy of the region.
Things to do in NOVASOL holiday homes Fuengirola in Spain
Our villas in Fuengirola are a quick walk to the town’s long expanse of beautiful beaches. The NOVAOSL holiday homes Fuengirola has offers quick access to the town's seaside attractions. Fuengirola has the longest seaside walkway in Spain. Starting with El Ejido in the west and finishing with Torreblanca in the east, this seaside walkway is officially known as El Paseo Maritimo Rey de España. This translates in English to “The King of Spain’s seaside promenade”. While enjoying the beaches, enjoy the boardwalk for a beautiful view, lined with palm trees, flowers, and clear skies.
While out during the day, there are many fun activities in the town to do, close to our villas in Fuengirola. Stop by the Fuengirola Central Mosque. It is a beautifully built structure with culture oozing from the vaulted and decorated ceilings inside. Stop by the Monument for the Catholic Kings. The monument is a statue honoring Queen Isabella and her husband Ferdinand of Aragon. They began the history of Spain as a nation-state. Close to the statue is the Bioparc Fuengirola.
The park a naturalistic zoo with a jungle clearing. This zoo has spacious enclosures and treats its animals very well. It runs conservation and breeding programs as well as educational activities. The grounds also have a bat cave, a reptile enclosure, cafes and a large gift shop.
Both animals and visitors are able to interact closer. For visitors, the Bioparc has adventurous pathways through constructed tropical forests. It has real-life vegetation and waterfalls. The Bioparc has a strong conservation focus. It has ethical enclosures for the animals without bars.
Our villas in Fuengirola are also close to Aquamijas. It's a kid-friendly water park with a wave pool, slides, and many play areas. After enjoying the parks Fuengirola has to offer, relax in the Plaza de la Constitución. The plaza boasts many amazing restaurants. Additionally our villas in Fuengirola provide close access to the town’s flea market. There are few places along the Costa del Sol where you can find a more diverse and varied flea market. The town’s fair grounds have two weekly markets – on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Tuesday’s market offers food, cheap clothing and Spanish products. For more vintage apparel, the Saturday market has much to offer.
Finally, our villas in Fuengirola are incredibly convenient for the ease of access for day trips in Andalucia. Malaga. The region’s second city is a quick taxi ride away. So is the tiny village of El Chorro. This is a great destination for hiking and cycling. It is also popular with rock climbers.