The property market in Fuengirola is generally good, although top-quality front-line beach apartments are in short supply and there are few villas in the town. Apartment and townhouse accommodation is plentiful and prices are among the cheapest on the coast.
is a large urbanisation situated to the east of Fuengirola, is a mixture of apartment blocks, hotel blocks, townhouse developments and villas. The northern section is high and the access roads to it are winding and labyrinth like.
Services include supermarkets, small shops, restaurants and bars.
is at the very east of Fuengirola and crammed between the seafront and the high cliffs near the coast. It’s a small development with mainly apartment accommodation and limited services, but there are local buses to Fuengirola and a train station.
are the first urbanisations in the area known as Benalmadena costa-Capellanía is one of the oldest in this part of the coast. Both urbanisations stretch from the coast right up to the a-7 and offer apartment and villas accommodation. The large new development, reserve del Higuerón lies at the top of the Capellanía, A couple of small supermarkets are the only shops in the area, although Reserva del Higuerón plans to build a large shopping centre near the A-7 exit.
is a large urbanisation with mainly villa accommodation, although there are some apartment blocks near the beach. Torremuelle has several small shops and a supermarket, and is also on the train line.
is a new urbanisation is currently under massive construction, mainly apartment blocks and at present there are few services, although this will undoubtedly change once building work is completed.
has one of the coast’s most famous landmarks, the Torrequebrada Casino building, which can be seen from beaches for miles around. This urbanisation is also home to the Torrequebrada Golf course, one of the oldest in the area. There are several hotels along the coast and residences are mainly villas and apartments. Some shops are situated near the N-340.