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Water Sports in FuengirolaFuengirola has a long shoreline with some of the world's best beaches. In the summer you can rent a pedal boat at several of the beaches or you can participate in more exciting activities like jet skiing, or "tubing". You can whiz around in a high speed boat with plenty of raw horsepower or you can participate in parasailing if you are not afraid of heights.
You can also rent kayaks, scuba dive, go on dolphin safaris, fishing trips or simply go for a nice boat trip.
Renting a kayak in FuengirolaKayaking is not just a summer activity in Fuengirola. If there is not too much wind or waves you can kayak all year. The shoreline of Fuengirola is 7 km long and you get the chance to enjoy the silence and the sun while watching the city from a different angle.
Christophers KayakAt Christophers Kayak you can rent a kayak for a day or for half a day at reasonable prices. Whatever level you are on you can always rent a kayak as personal instruction is offered.
They have single Kayaks, double kayaks and even kayaks that are stabilized and specially designed for disabled people. You can also hire a S.U.P. which is a stand up paddle board.
Wherever you are on the central Costa del
Sol you may rent their kayaks as Christopher offers delivery service between Torremolinos and Marbella.
Scuba diving in FuengirolaThere are many great places to go scuba diving near Fuengirola. In addition to Torre Blanca which belongs to Fuengirola, there is also Nerja, Gibraltar and Tarifa within a day trip distance and all of these locations are very attractive for scuba diving. The Pirate Parasailing Ticket Office at Fuengirola port arranges scuba diving excursions in Fuengirola. The office is located inside the port area. www.parasailingfuengirola.com
Fuengirola is a small holiday resort with 60,000 inhabitants and between 200,000 and 400,000 tourists. Fuengirola is located midway between Malaga and Marbella. It takes about 30 minutes by car from Malaga or Marbella. The city is suitable for anyone who likes to be in the sun. If you think it is too crowded in August, you can always go to the suburb of Caravajal to rent a comfortable hammock or Torreblanca which is a bit more spacious. The area of Fuengirola is completely melted together with the city of Mijas Costa.
Fuengirola has one of the nicest and longest beaches on the entire coast. Several years in a row, almost all the beaches in Fuengirola have been awarded with the "Blue Flag" which is a quality designation that goes on purity, availability and ease of use.
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