One of the oldest of these is the Byblos, set in the middle of two 18-hole courses designed by Robert Trent Jones.
Setting the scene With more than 40 golf courses beween Malaga and Algeciras, it's no wonder that the Costa del Sol is now known as the Costa del Golf.
At the base of tiny mountain villages and taking up acres of former scrubland are greens and bunkers, fairways and clubhouses - and to house the players are great swathes of apartments, villas, time-shares and five-star hotels.
The high-rise Fuengirola all inclusive holiday 2017 hotels which line the coast are an impressive sight, and prove how popular this resort has become for summer holidays.
Plenty to do: Another result of the growth of Fuengirola holidays is that there are lots of different activities for every type of holidaymaker.
There are actually seven beaches in Fuengirola, and the three main ones – Santa Amalia, Los Boliches and Gaviotas are all over 1km in length.