The town of Fuengirola enjoys a privileged position protected by the mountain ranges of Mijas, Malaga and Ronda providing one of the best microclimates on the Costa del sol. It is well-known for its 8 kilometres of beautiful beaches and has a lively port. Fuengirola’s newly renovated promenade is flanked by restaurants, cafes, bars and clubs which sit alongside it's popular beaches.
Fuengirola is a perfect destination for people with walking difficulties as it’s completely flat. It has a long and flat promenade with lots of bars and restaurants to choose from without any hills or steps to climb. All kerbs are ramped and lots of restaurants and bars have flat access across either side of the promenade. It is very popular for wheelchair users with lots of accessibility/ramps/decking to the beach and many accessible toilets along the promenade. The beach also has an accessible section for wheelchair users, that includes aid, beach wheelchairs, adapted toilets and a completely flat wooden decking area with plenty of room to maneuver a wheelchair.
What to do?
Accessible highlights and museums to visit in and around Fuengirola;
- Port of Fuengirola
- Butterfly Park
- BioParc Fuengirola (Zoo)
- Shopping Myramar CC
- Weekly market
- Accessible beaches
How to get there?
Accessible private transfers can be arranged from Malaga airport.
There are regular buses to and from the airport and most of the main Coast de Sol towns, including Benalmádena, Torremolinos and Marbella.