Guide to popular Excursions near Fuengirola and Los Boliches

Casa Agnethe is in the middle of “everything” along Costa del Sol. There are endless beaches, but beyond them there are a lot of other things to do and see. In this guide, we are sharing some fantastic places to visit and trips to experience. The distance used in this guide is from the center of Fuengirola, and the time is calculated by car as a transport method. If you need a vacation home nearby these activities we would recommend that you take a look at Casa Alise with 4-6 beds and Casa Agnethe with enough space for 10 people.

Mijas Pueblo

Mijas Pueblo is one of the most charming places in Andalucia. This small town of white houses and blue pottery is famous for the fantastic views, restaurants, and cozy shops. A must-see if you are in the area. 

Distance/time: 10 km | 10 minutes. Google Maps

La Cala de Mijas

One of the original fishing villages. It is a charming village with a friendly atmosphere and lots of appeals. The town offers a nice easy paced life, not taken over completely by tourism, good facilities, and a lovely beach. 

Distance/time: 10 km | 10 minutes. Google Maps

Caminito del Rey / El Chorro

El Caminito del Rey (The King’s Little Path) is a walkway pinned along the steep walls of a narrow gorge in El Chorro, near Ardales in the province of Málaga. The walk takes about 1 hour and is a highly recommended trip.

Distance/time: 79 km | 1 hour. Google Maps

Rio Chillar

The Nerja river walk or the “Cahorros” is a fantastic hike up the streams of the Nerja river. Bring some light shoes or beach shoes for this hike. You will be surrounded by water and waterfalls, so prepare to get wet. The maximum distance is 8 km but, you can turn around at any time.

Distance/time: 90 km | 1 hour. Google Maps


Malaga is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. It is one of the world’s oldest cities, founded 700BC. Malaga is an art city, with the opportunity to walk past banana trees and beautiful fountains through the park Paseo del Parque. We also recommend visiting the old town to quench your thirst at a Spanish taverna.

Distance/time: 33 km | 25 minutes. Google Maps


Ronda is a small town in southern Spain belonging to the province of Málaga. The city is considered the cradle of bullfighting. The city is divided into two by a 120-meter-deep gorge, “El Tajo”. The city has wonderful views of Andalucia. Ronda is located on a plateau at about 750 meters above sea level.

Distance/time: 90 km | 1 hour 20 minutes. Google Maps


Gibraltar is a British overseas territory, and in 1830 became a British Crown Colony. The area is located on the south coast of the Iberian Peninsula. Here you can visit ancient caves and historic fortifications. Protect your items from the cliff’s 250 free-roaming monkeys. From here you can also take the ferry to Morocco.

Distance/time: 107 km | 1 hour 20 minutes. Google Maps

Puerto Banuz/Marbella

In the area of Puerto Banuz and Marbella, you wander among beautiful marinas, great restaurants, cars, and boats in the luxurious class. The area is known for its party life, but there are also a number of restaurants and activities for the whole family. An evening in the area is recommended.

Distance/time: 39 km | 30 minutes. Google Maps