Today we would like to show a different way to know our city’s history. Fuengirola founded by the Phoenicians, Romans, Byzantines, Visigoths and Arabs passed through Fuengirola, among other towns, until its definitive incorporation into the Crown of Castile in 1485. It slowed its development due to the intense piracy suffered by the area for centuries, it became a municipality after segregating from Mijas in 1841, still being a small fishing village. In this tour, we will show you the most iconic places of Fuengirola like the Sohail castle or the Roman ruins. We will explain to you the history of our city and weRead More →

In this blog we will tell you about the «Rise to the Repeater.» Known for all cyclists in the area and not so much for the thousands of cyclists that visit to us every year. Over time this climb has become one of the most iconic in the area of ​​the Málaga coast. Some like to call this increase «Antennas» others «Repeater». But as we like to say in spanish «we like to call things by their name; to the bread bread and wine wine». This rise offers several variants to access it: Benalmádena from the A-368, the busiest by local cyclists for their gentleRead More →

En este blog vamos a hablaros de la «Subida al Repetidor». Conocida por todos los ciclistas de la zona y no tanto por los miles de ciclistas que nos visitan al año. Con el paso del tiempo esta subida se ha convertido en una de las mas iconicas en la zona del litoral malagueño. A algunos les gusta llamar a esta subida «Las Antenas» a otros «El Repetidor». A nosotros nos gusta llamar las cosas por su nombre; al pan pan y al vino vino. Dicha subida nos ofrece varías variantes para acceder a ella: Desde Benalmádena por la A-368, la más transitada por losRead More →