Blue Flags and Black Spots

August 16, 2009 at 09:07 (fuengirola, News) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Just saw this article about beaches along the Costa del Sol. Looks like all in all beaches have improved here in southern spain, with several of my local beaches in in Fuengirola having done quite well. So if you coming to a beach come to Fuengirola or la Cala (went there yesterday) as our beaches are great!
Anyway copied and pasted the article below.
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Costa del Sol still the most popular place to live

August 10, 2009 at 16:28 (News) (, , , , , , )

Well I was quite chuffed this weekend when I picked a local paper called the Sur in English. It looks like that the Costa del Sol is still the most popular place to live. Can’t argue with that, heel I just moved here! I was a bit put off when Fuengirola was not put on the list, but someone left a comment saying:
“Not that it affects the real point, but showing the increase in towns on a league table is a little misleading. For example Fuengirola is one of the smallest municipalities and is just about fully built, thus any substantial increase in population would be impossible……….”. Fair point I thought. Especially since Fuengirola covers 10.2km and as 2006 has 62,000 inhabitants. Benalmadena covers 27km and has a population of 50,000 inhabitants. Anyway here the article.s

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