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Quiet end!

This is the first time we actually stayed in los boliches although we’ve been to the beach and... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
You can be as quiet as you want or head to the noisier party bits

Los Boliches is lovely, some old traditional streets with tapas bars but also seafront restaurants... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Portsmouth, United Kingdom
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Calle Poeta Salvador Rueda 75, 29640 Fuengirola, Spain
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This is the first time we actually stayed in los boliches although we’ve been to the beach and restaurants there before Definitly a good place to stay it’s away from the hustle of fuengarola but close enough to walk to would definitly go again

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Reviewed 3 days ago

Los Boliches is lovely, some old traditional streets with tapas bars but also seafront restaurants. Great train connection from Malaga airport, single for 2 is just over 5 Euros and takes about 30 minutes. Make sure you do Renfe Cercanas, this the track to Fuengirola....More

1  Thank jules202016
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I have been to Los Boliches many times. I still think it’s a perfect place to stay, you can be amongst the holiday tat on the seafront then walk back one street and be on a bustling Spanish high street. The locals are always friendly...More

Thank PaulL4801
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Lots to do here, great restaurants, friendly people and great transport links including train and buses been coming here 15years absolutely love this place like our home in the sun, relaxing, friendly and safe area

Thank leechadcrowe
Reviewed 1 week ago

Los Boliches is a wonderful area of Feungirola with fabulous restaurants and ice cream parlours but the real hidden gems are often on the streets away from the sea- front. I would highly recommend exploring all parallel and side streets by day and night.

Thank LadyCrofton
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited here often during our stay and found a number of good cafes and interesting shops. Interesting mix of Spanish and Expat Brits make a fun community.

1  Thank mrt1955
Reviewed 1 week ago

There are shops a square and s great beach. It is also only 5 mins from the best fish and chips (see my review). I visit Los Boliches a great deal, I am a Freemason and several Lodges meet in Los Boliches so I guess...More

1  Thank chasbarbaram
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went here August this year with my wife and daughter. With the exception of having to pay inflated car parking prices generally everything is reasonably priced. Sunbeds cost 10 Euro for 2 for the day under a large umbrella type thing which is needed that...More

Thank warren w
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Fantastic service at this establishment. Family business where nothing is too much trouble. Service with a smile. The staff are all wonderful. Food is good and drinks are served superbly and to a very high standard. A lovely touch of complentary olives and peanuts always...More

1  Thank Jill T
david-los-boliches, Owner at Los Boliches, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

You haven't given the name of the establishment ?

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Perfect location, great for lovely walks on the promenade. Loads of fantastic restaurants. Not too busy or noisy at night.

Thank SuGuy
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Dorothy W
August 2, 2018|
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Response from Holidaygranny2013 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you change at MMZ the main railway station in Malag and catch the Ave to Córdoba. It’s really easy. You can also go on to Madrid if your feeling adventurous.
Deb D
June 22, 2018|
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Response from Simon C | Reviewed this property |
The Virgen is carried along the Paseo Maritimo and onto the beach then into the sea. There are lots and lots of people. I do not think you would get a view from a restaurant, but if you sit at a bar along the Paseo you will... More
June 5, 2018|
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Response from _cagneyv | Reviewed this property |
For restaurants try El Rio, Bahia and Los Enebros all have great, varied selection of food. Sawasdee and/or Bing for best Thai food. Tom's Irish Bar - great friendly athmosphere and has all TV channels for sports lovers... More