If you’ve ever wanted to travel independently and don’t know where to start to plan, haven’t travelled for a while or are just looking for ideas for your next trip and Fuengirola and Los Boliches on the Costa del Sol are on your list, then this book is for you.
Most independent travellers will probably have given the Costa del Sol a wide berth but you’re missing out. Fuengirola is a lovely, flat and compact seaside town and is well worth putting on your list if you want a low stress, urban beach holiday in any season. It has friendly people, English is widely spoken, there’s sunshine all year round and it has more bars and restaurants than you could ever hope to visit. It may not have the sheer relaxation of the tropics but for spending some time in the sunshine for a short break, you can’t beat it.
This is a guidebook with a difference. It lists a selection of the sights around Fuengirola for when you’re bored with sitting in a bar in the sunshine (is that even possible?). They’re grouped into 3 different walks, so you can explore the Fuengirola over separate sessions or just use the guide as a pick list of things you want to see. There’s tips and tricks when preparing for your trip, practical information about the town, pictures of the sights so you know what you’re looking for, details of the many festivals held during the year and a list of child friendly places.
It even includes a comprehensive list of Spanish food, so you’ll never have to puzzle over unfamiliar menu items again.
If you combine the walks around Fuengirola and Los Boliches in this book with the local custom of Ir de Tapas, you’ll get the best of what Fuengirola has to offer – eating, drinking, walking in the sunshine and looking at things.
Really, what more could you want from a seaside holiday?
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