Travel around Fuengirola at your own pace with a fun and flexible hop-on, hop-off train tour. The hop-on, hop-off tour gives you the liberty to customize your own sightseeing itinerary. With a high frequency of trains, you could simply hop off at a stop, spend time at one attraction and then board the train to reach your next destination.
The route will take you to the most important landmarks in town. Learn about the city history and heritage through the audio guide, available in 7 languages. See the amazing “Los Boliches” fishing neighborhood and its Roman archeological site, the fairgrounds, the zoo and the famous Sohail Castle.
Get on and off the train as many times as you wish, explore the sights of interest you wish to visit and create your own itinerary with the help of the map and guide you will be provided.
Some of the attractions covered by the train are:
Stops: Paseo Marítimo (Torreblanca direction), Avenida de las Gaviotas, Avenida Jesús Cautivo, Avenida Jesús Santos Rein, Avenida Juan Gómez Juanito, calle Camilo Jose Cela, calle Molino de Viento, calle Málaga, Avenida Santa Amalia, Avenida Miramar, Avenida Santa Amalia, calle Méndez Núñez, calle Héroes de Baler and Paseo Marítimo.
Timings and stops are subject to change without any prior notice.
Voucher information: You can show your voucher on your smartphone (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Fuengirola is a functioning city and weather, traffic and events may occasionally cause disruption.
The regular Fuengirola City Train service may be affected due to ongoing events in the city, adverse traffic conditions or force majeure reasons out of our control.
Timings and stops are subject to change.
We saved lot of time and it was a nice experience.
Hop on and off the train was so much fun and it is time saving too. Trains run on time and were not crowded.
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