Fuengirola enjoys an average temperature of 22ºC and 300 sunny days a year. The hospitality of the locals, the beautiful beaches of white and golden sand that cover more than 7 kilometres along the whole municipality are tourist attractions that attract more and more tourists every year.
The weather in Fuengirola is Mediterranean subtropical, very hot during during the summer months and with mild winters helping the growth of the typical flora and fauna in this municipality; We’ll find typical Mediterranean seaweed, sea urchins, starfish, seahorses and shellfish in these waters.
The municipality is highly urbanised which is why the local fauna is limited to bird species like the Atlantic Alcatraz, the stork and the seagull.
Fuengirola is a municipality that’s specially popular during the high season in summer, with plenty of places to go to and very developed tourist infrastructure. Situated between Benalmadena and Mijas in the central part of the Costa del Sol.
If you wish to find out more about this municipality, visit our section dedicated to information about Fuengirola.