Fuengirola, a fantastic choice for those who want to get away from the glamorous and prohibitive areas like Marbella and Puerto Banus. Fuengirola is a city in which a perfect balance is perceived between foreign residents, tourists and Spaniards. Some of the attractions of the city are the Sohail Castle (Moorish fortress converted into an auditorium for concerts, and a splendid viewpoint), Bioparc, one of the best zoos in Spain, the spectacular Paseo Marítimo, the network of green areas including the Fluvial Park, with its navigable canal, unique in the province and the Miramar Shopping Center, one of the largest centers on the Costa del Sol. It should also be noted that Fuengirola has a commuter train to Malaga, which runs every 30 minutes, and with international, Swedish and Norwegian schools.
For those who want to buy a house in Fuengirola, it should be mandatory to visit the Higueron West Development, undoubtedly the star project in Fuengirola, since it is not only a new construction development on the Costa del Sol, Higueron West is a concept and lifestyle designed for those looking for something different.
Other of the most demanded areas in Fuengirola, where there are magnificent houses for sale, with very good quality, price, location, are Los Boliches, Los Pacos and Torreblanca.
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Why live in Fuengirola?
The cocktail of ingredients that make up Fuengirola (privileged location, good weather and available services) make the town offer its residents a quiet and relaxed life in a unique environment and with a lower socioeconomic level than other large Spanish cities. Living in Fuengirola is enjoying its seven kilometers of beaches, such as Los Boliches Beach, Carvajal Beach, distinguished with the Blue Flag. It is a benchmark for golf lovers. In its vicinity there are up to ten fields. Fuengirola is also a city with history that was inhabited by Phoenicians, Romans and Arabs, as evidenced by its archaeological remains, for example, the Sohail castle (Historical Heritage). Natural heritage is another attraction to live in Fuengirola, such as the Bioparc and River Park. Fuengirola offers resources to meet the needs of a multicultural population, nearby contests, supermarkets, bilingual public and private schools, the Miramar shopping center, three municipal markets and two traditional weekly markets.
The great majority of administrative services, shops and transport are concentrated in the center of Fuengirola, although there is less supply of new housing. The resident population lives here mainly. Meanwhile, the surroundings of the beaches, where the supply of new construction prevails with a wide variety of types of housing (apartments, duplexes and semi-detached houses), is the area preferred by vacationers for their second home.