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  • Torreblanca beach, Fuengirola.

Seafront strolls, some of the best-known beaches on the Costa del Sol, a town centre to explore on foot and numerous options for playing golf and enjoying water sports.Read more...

What to see Its almost ten kilometres of coastline with broad stretches of sand and seafront promenades, of which the most popular are Los Boliches, Fuengirola, La Campana, Torreblanca and Las Gaviotas. The town centre has numerous charming corners, streets and pedestrianised areas such as Pueblo López, whose streets are lined with lovely examples of the popular Andalusian architecture, while its seafaring character is particularly evident in the area of Santa Fe de los Boliches. The church of Nuestra Señora del Rosario in the Plaza de la Constitución square is worth visiting, as is Sohail castle, where you'll be rewarded with magnificent views. In this area you can also see part of Fuengirola's Roman past in the Roman city of Suel. Make a note of the Sohail River Park for a leisurely stroll, particularly if you're travelling with children, and another option is a visit to the Bioparc Fuengirola zoo. Active tourism There is an excellent marina resort with a broad offer of water sports such as sailing and scuba diving. Fuengirola and the surrounding areas are home to numerous golf courses; in fact, the area is known to many as the European paradise for this sport. Gastronomy Don't miss the fresh fried fish known as 'pescaíto frito', the grilled sardines skewers, 'ajoblanco' almond soup with grapes, and gazpacho.

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