⭐️ Open all year round
⭐️ Swimming pool
⭐️ Bar / Restaurant
⭐️ Pets allowed
⭐️ Subletting permitted
⭐️ Beach 10 minutes drive away
Fuengirola has good public transport connections and its famous 7km walkway lined with palm trees, flowers and endless wonderful sandy beaches edging the sparkling blue Mediterranean Sea. We have a choice of plots and plot sizes in this ‘semi rural’ park which is set amongst trees and has both mountain and sea views.
Fuengirola is open for 12 months of the year and facilities include a swimming pool, bar / restaurant and a shuttle bus service to local areas and there are countless opportunities for hiking, cycling and horse riding nearby. Supermarkets, shops, and banks are a short distance away and the buzzing cosmopolitan town of Fuengirola offers a wealth of shops, street markets, restaurants, bars, history, entertainment, the harbour, watersports, train and bus stations, the famous Bioparc and Zoo and beautiful sunsets viewed from the walkway beside the beaches.
A short 10 minute drive away from Fuengirola, surrounded by pine forest, is the enchanting white village of Mijas which nestles in the lowlands of the Sierra de Mijas mountain range over 400 meters above sea level. The village still retains its original charm with narrow winding cobbled streets and whitewashed walls and has breath-taking views across the Costa del Sol, Gibraltar, the Atlas Mountains and to the African coastline.
The coastal towns of Torremolinos and Malaga are easily reached by train or bus from Fuengirola and the fabulous city of Granada is less than 2 hours’ drive away by car or bus (toll road). Situated at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Granada boasts the architectural wonder of the Alhambra Palace – a vast Moorish citadel dating back to the 14th century – Spain’s most visited monument – with gardens, fortifications and exquisitely decorated palaces with hidden courtyards. The World Heritage site in Granada also includes the Albaicin district covering the hillside opposite the Alhambra – where you can not only explore the squares and narrow streets of this old Moorish area of the city – but also visit one of the many restaurants and enjoy the very best of classic Andalucian cuisine – for which it is also famous!