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Car Hire Fuengirola

Fuengirola is one of the oldest, and still one of the most popular holiday hotspots on the Costa del Sol. Located just over 20mins drive away from Malaga airport, Fuengirola is a family-friendly destination famous for its long stretch of sandy beach.

Ever popular with British tourists, the town as had a makeover in recent years in order to make it more accessible to a wider range of visitors. It’s now much easier to find the relaxed Andalucian charm about the town, and the marina has been redeveloped as a hub of activity for sailing enthusiast and fishermen alike.

Most of the amenities and accommodation are located along the sea front, with the blue flag beach of Los Boliches and the more central Los Gaviotas beach being the main hub of activity. Down here you can enjoy fresh fish cooked over open flames in traditional chiringuitos, or if you prefer your fish battered, then fish and chips are never far away.

Watersports are very popular too, and the calm warm waters of the Med offer an excellent opportunity to try your hand at jet skiing, windsurfing or kayaking. You can also visit the new Biopark zoo, a great opportunity to see a range of exotic animals in fabulous natural settings, which during the peak summer months, is open late at night for a moonlit experience. Fuengirola is also a popular base for golf enthusiasts, being surrounded by a number of the Costa del Sol’s famous courses.

As you would expect from such a busy resort, the lively nightlife is a big attraction for many younger visitors. There are a massive range of bars and clubs in the area which draw large numbers of people through their doors as the sun sets.

If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of this busy town, then hiring a car from AurigaCrown at Fuengirola gives you a means of escape and a chance to venture further afield. Parking is limited and not recommended along the busy sea front, however many larger hotels and apartment complexes offer secure underground parking for you to leave your vehicle.

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