Fuengirola monuments,beaches and hotels

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Guide

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Fuengirola


Fuengirola is one of the most emblematic villas on the Costa del Sol Malaga, halfway between the

capital and Marbella is a beautiful city with much to offer, in this article we will give you the

reasons why you should visit Fuengirola.

We can highlight three main elements in the city, its beautiful beaches that attract thousands of

tourists every year in summer, its monumental historical heritage, fruit of a history of invasions,

blood and conquests and its commitment to nature with one of the most beatiful zoos of Spain. Are

you prepared to Fuengirola ?

Let us begin to talk about the historical heritage of the city Fuengirola was founded by the original

Iberian inhabitants of the place the Bastulans, there by the Millennium I a.c., the Phoenicians took

the place and call it Syalis. Of all this, little is left ... successive invasions took the constructive

elements and reused them ... nevertheless to the fall of the Phoenicians the Romans took the place

and they called it ground where a federated city was created, the Romans left The first that we can

erestos as the baths and the villa of the Farm of the Secretary or the salads of fish that are in the

skirts of the mount of the castle.


Monuments of Fuengirola

The origin of the city is really old, although it has been abandoned several times. Although it is

believed that previously was a settlement bástulo.

Nevertheless the first historical metion arrives in the 500 a. C. In the texts of Hecateo. Mention is

made of Syalis, which suggests that it may have been one of the Punic colonies on the Malaga

coast.

This same name is reproduced by Mela, Ptolemy or Pliny, which places it between Malacca and

Sálduba as a fortified settlement. From the third century onwards a. C. and after the second Punic

war, Syalis, like all the settlements located in the south of Hispania, happens to be dominion

Roman.


Sohail Castle

This Arab citadel was raised above a former Roman fort. It is located on a small isolated hill next to

the mouth of the Fuengirola river. Most of what can be seen today is from the time of the Caliph of

Abderramán III, who ordered the construction of the castle in 956.

Phoenician and Punic remains have also been found in its surroundings, in the deposits of Suel and

Finca Acevedo.

Now its a wellworthy visit in this beautiful town.


Hotels in Fuengirola

Fuengirola has many greats hotels and touristic apartments for everybody.

We can highlight some of them

Ipv beatriz Hotel and Spa Fuengirola

Hotel Las Piramides Fuengirola

Apartments Ronda4 Fuengirola

Apartments Nuriasol Fuengirola

Hotel Itaca Fuengirola


Secretario's Finca

Roman archaeological site dated between the 1st and 5th centuries. It is located next to Arroyo

Pajares, in the district of Los Pacos. The complex is divided in two by the N-340 and has two

distinct areas, a salting factory and a thermal zone. It emphasizes a porticada room decorated with

mosaics and with two praefurnium (furnaces) for the heating of the thermal baths.

Torreblanca's thermes

This Aarchaeological site of Roman origin discovered in 1991. It consists of the remains of a

thermal building in good condition.

Church of Our Lady of the Rosary

it is the main Catholic temple of the city, located in the Place of the Constitution. It emphasizes the

cover of baroque style formed by two pilasters and a fronton party, although the present church

dates from years 40 of century XX.


Zoo Fuengirola BioPark

This BioPark has a surface of 2 ha and about 1,300 individuals of 140 different species. It is one of

the best zoos in Andalusia and one of the most beautiful zoos you'll ever see. It is different and

enchanting. It has animals that are not found in others like the Komodo dragon. It is very original as

like the lemmurs tree.

Contemporary architecture

Fuengirola has three buildings included in the catalog of the Andalusian Institute of Historical

Heritage as notable examples of the architecture of the Modern Movement: the Opera Apartments,

work of 1962 by the architect Andrés Escassi; The Gallery Building, located on the seafront

promenade; And the Municipal Covered Swimming Pool, by the architect Luis Machuca Santacruz,

built in 1999.


Beaches

The eight km of the coast of Fuengirola are divided in seven beaches, according to the local

administration. All the beaches are urban and suitable for bathing.

In 2009 Fuengirola became the only municipality in Spain where all its beaches have been awarded

the blue flag.29 However, this contrasts with the complaints of businessmen and citizens about the

quality of the water and the delay of The commissioning of the wastewater treatment plant within

the comprehensive sanitation system of the Costa del Sol.


In general, the beaches of Fuengirola are low and sandy and calm waters, although they require

annual contributions of sand, which is usually of fine golden or dark grain. All are accessible from

the Paseo Marítimo and have a high degree of occupancy.

From north to south the beaches are the following: Carvajal, Torreblanca, Los Boliches-Las

Gaviotas, the seagulls beach has a beach adapted for the disabled, San Francisco, Fuengirola, Santa

Amalia and Ejido-Castillo.


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