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When: Enjoy sub-tropical summers by visiting in June through to August. From July, summer temperatures are around the 30s and you can be sure people will bare some skin to cool off in the ocean!
Where: To stay close to the action, find a place near Las Gaviotas-Boliches. There are lots of stylish bars and water sports to keep your days action-packed and, if you book a diving course, you might just get a fit instructor...
Why: Take time out from the hustle and bustle of everyday life to live it up in Fuengirola. Sample authentic tapas and check out the traditional bullring at Los Boliches.
When: Head out May to October for guaranteed sun and lively bars to fill your evenings. It’s when Fuengirola parties hardest and you know what that means? Big tunes and even bigger memories!
Where: Ensure you can dance the night away by staying near the marina. You’ll easily walk fresh-faced to the bars and walk back...well, a little less fresh faced!
Why: Basically, there’s sun and clubs! Some of the best in the Costa del Sol sit right by the port at the marina. With a string of bars you can sample different styles, try unique cocktails and meet lots of other partygoers – wherever that may lead!
When: Book your joint holiday anytime between May through to October. The earlier and later summer months have temperatures in the mid-20s and you’ll beat the crowds for an added touch of intimacy.
Where: Treat yourselves to celeb levels of luxury and spend your Fuengirola holiday by the marina. You’ll be able to walk to most places, take a cruise to see dolphins and watch the sunset...awww!
Why: Because you both want sun, sea and sand like all British couples, and you also long for moonlit walks on the beach, to look into each other’s eyes and...fall even more in love! Can’t hurt, can it?
When: The main summer months might be too hot, so go in either May or September. Kids won’t miss school and you won’t get sunburnt. Some things just work out perfectly, don’t they?
Where: Stay near Las Gaviotas beach. It’s quieter than Fuengirola beach and holds the Blue Flag award, so you know it’s safe and clean! Lifeguards are also on hand to help you get into that relaxed holiday spirit.
Why: There’s no need to argue over what to do in Fuengirola; head to the main beach and simply go from there! For a bit of adventure, have a day at Aquapark, or if you want to see more wildlife, head to the zoo.