Paseo Maritimo The promenade in Fuengirola

Paseo Maritimo runs a long seven kilometres of good quality beaches. It is very popular with locals and tourists alike. The promenade has chiringuito's (restaurants) every hundred or so metres all cooking the Costa Del Sol's favourite dish. Sardines. All cooked  on boat shaped BBQ's. The promenade has various statue's and monuments a long the walk the most outstanding must be the monumento a la peseta. The promenade starts in Carvajal and finishes at Sohail Castle. Across the road from the promenade are restaurants, bars and cafe's from all over the world from Italian, Brazilian, Irish, Asian to Indian, Thai and not forgetting good old British. If you visit Fuengirola you will go on the prom at some stage or another. Its the largest attraction in town. For more information on the Paseo Maritimo in Fuengirola including a short video and an interactive google map for directions from your current position see below.

 

Take a moment to watch this short video looking at the promenade in Fuengirola

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Getting there

By Car Enter the A7 towards Fuengirola and exit 210 to Fuengirola. That will take you into the town centre use parking options below then click and go. 

 

By Bus The best place to exit the bus is Fuengirola bus station. For bus schedules click here. To monitor your progress on the bus use click & go by going to Fuengirola bus station then click on the icon on the map.  This will help you to get off at the right bus stop.

 

By Train Fuengirola is at the end of the trainline, so If travelling from Malaga, Torremolinos or Benalmadena train is best option click here for more details. 

More Information

Parking

The nearest parking is at the port or paseo Maritimo del Ray for directions and other parking options Click here.

Price and Opening times

Free

 

24 Hour

Address

Paseo Marítimo Rey de España, 29640 Fuengirola, Málaga, Spain

There is good wheelchair access all along the promenade.

 

Tourist information centre +34 952 467457

Click here to Call +34-952-467457

 

Website http://www.andalucia.com/fuengirola/port.htm

 

               Email turismo@fuengirola.org

 

 The promenade is dog friendly but scoop the poop to avoid hefty fines.

Click & go

If you are using a hand held device Click on the red icon on the map below, then click calculate Route to destination for directions from your current position.

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