Below we have a listing of all the Fuengirola webcams that we know of.
These cameras are permanently set up and located in some of the most important strategic locations in this popular beach resort located on Spain’s Costa del Sol coast.
Like most Spanish tourist resorts Fuengirola was once a small fishing village but how it has changed.
It is now one of the most built-up mass package holiday destinations in Europe.
It is certainly one of the biggest tourist resorts in Spain and can be compared to the likes of Benidorm on the Costa Blanca and other Costa del resorts such as Torremolinos and Benalmadena.
Tourists come to Fuengirola because of it’s 9 kilometres of beautiful beaches with it’s long promenade lined with restaurants, bars, plenty of apartments and hotels.
The wide sandy beaches of Fuengirola and Los Boliches are best and include: Carvajal, Gaviotas, Boliches, San Francisco, Santa Amalia and Castillo beaches.
All along the promenade you have the beach bars (Chiringuitos) all offering beers and spirits and traditional Southern Spanish seaside dishes such as Gazpacho, sardines on the spit, paella and pescaito frito (mixed fried fish platter).
There are plenty of facilities and for shopaholics you can visit designer shops at the Parque Miramar Shopping Centre with over 160 shops as well as bars, restaurants, a cinema and a children’s play park.
Fuengirola is situated between Malaga and Marbella and is also close to the pretty town of Mijas Pueblo. This is a charming traditional Spanish village perched on top of the mountain with stunning views of the Costa del Sol.
This area is a real favourite with families because there is so much to see and do such as Selwo Marina and Tivoli World.
For culture and history lovers there is the Roman baths at Torreblanca and the old Moorish castle called Castillo Sohail which overlooks the town. Go visit the Museo de Historia (History Museum).
There are many fiestas (festivals) so timing your visit for one of the major ones is always a good idea to add an extra element of fun. Although slightly off-season how about the Fuengirola Feria which takes place each year in October in honour of Our Lady, the Virgin of El Rosario, the Patron Saint of Fuengirola.
Fuengirola webcam – Situated overlooking the Plaza de la Constitución in Fuengirola and it refreshes every minute of the day.
Here’s the link to a new webcam located at number 12 of the promenade of Fuengirola King of Spain:
Many people find this page because they wish to see the current weather conditions in Fuengirola. We have a quick snapshot of the temperatures and forecast below and a much more detailed Fuengirola weather page if you want to find out more.
The video below gives a good guide to the beaches of Fuengirola:
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