Fuengirola’s municipal area is one of the smallest in the Málaga province and it is virtually reduced to the coastal strip that the city and the district of Santa Fe de los Boliches take up, which extend along the seven kilometres of its coastline, plenty of excellent beaches.

Although its urban centre still preserves a certain traditional spirit, Fuengirola is a city made up mainly of large buildings (hotels, apartments, etc.) due to its main economic activity: sun and beach tourism.

Local attractions include the Sohail Castle, built during the Arab period (although its origins seem to go back to the Phoenicians) for defence reasons and which still preserves some of its walls.

More info at:  http://www.andalucia.org/es/destinos/provincias/malaga/municipios/fuengirola/