Apartment for 6 people in Fuengirola

Contemporary apartment (sleeps 6) in the beautiful newly built luxury resort Monte Paraiso. The Apartment is located in the urbanization Torreblanca in Fuengirola, Andalusia, southern Spain. The apartment was completed at the end of 2019 and completely new furnished with comfortable furniture and good quality beds. Bar restaurant at 50 meters walking distance and restaurant las Islas just 150 meters, 1.5 km from the apartment you will find the beach "Playa de Torreblanca" and 3 km from the centre and the port of Fuengirola. Here you will find a many international restaurants, bars, shops and nightlife.

 The upper floor apartment is fully equipped. Comfortable living room with flat screen TV with many international tv channels and free wifi. Aircon in all rooms. 6 persons dining table both on the terrace and in the apartment. 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Furthermore, the complex Monte Paraiso offers a free to use gym, swimming pool (lagoon style) with sunbeds and a separate children's pool and recreation room. The lounge area and BBQ area of the complex can be booked free of charge by appointment. The apartment has it´s own private garage space in underground parking. Lift to the apartment. The comfort and proximity to the beach, opportunities for sports, entertainment and nightlife make this an ideal apartment for your holiday in Spain with family or friends.


Interior of the apartment

  • air conditioned living room with television
  • dining room
  • balcony
  • 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
  • satellite antenna IPTV
  • laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer


  • open kitchen with electric hob, electric oven, microwave,table grill, dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer, Nespresso coffee machine, electric kettle and toaster, table grill for terrace 

Bedrooms and bathrooms

  • air-conditioned bedroom with king size bed 160 x 200 and bathroom en-suite
  • air-conditioned bedroom with 2 single beds   90 x 200
  • air-conditioned bedroom with king size bed 180 x 200
  • en-suite bathroom with single washbasin, shower, toilet and hairdryer
  • bathroom with single washbasin, shower and toilet
  • total of 2 bathrooms

Exterior of the apartment

  • lagoon shaped communal pool
  • children's pool
  • private enclosed covered parking space
  • BBQ area
  • entertainment room

There is a garage space in the underground parking.
A car is recommended to fully enjoy the area. As the area is hilly.

More information

  • nearest town: Fuengirola (within 3 kilometers of the apartment)
  • nearest riverbank or shore: Mar Mediterráneo (within 2 kilometers of the apartment)
  • nearest beach: Playa de Torreblanca (within 2 kilometers of the apartment)
  • nearest port: Puerto Deportivo Fuengirola (within 5 kilometers of the apartment)
  • nearest park: Parque de la Fantasia (within 10 kilometers of the apartment)
  • nearest airport: Malaga Aeropuerto (within 30 kilometers of the apartment)
  • public transport: bus within 2 kilometers and train within 1000 meters of the apartment
  • no smoking accommodation
  • pets are not allowed
  • The accommodation is very suitable for families with children

Private features and services included in the rental price of the apartment

  • internet (WiFi)
  • vacuum cleaner and iron and ironing board
  • bed linen and towels
  • electric heating and air-conditioned in every room

Communal features / services

  • fitness area
  • BBQ area 

Private features and services at extra charge

  • extra bed and children bed/cot (on demand)

Entertainment and leisure activities for your holidays in Fuengirola, Andalusia

  • bar restaurant Casa Pepe at 50 meters from the apartment
  • recommendation! restaurant Trocadero Benalmadena and Yucas
  • discotheque, promenade (Paseo Maritimo Fuengirola), zoo (Bioparc Fuengirola) and water park (Agua Mijas) (within 5 kilometers of the house)
  • amusement park (Tivoli World Benalmadena) (within 10 kilometers of the house)

Sights and culture in Fuengirola, Andalusia

  • castle (Castillo Sohail) (within 10 kilometers from the accommodation)


  • hiking (within 1000 meters of the apartment)
  • mountainbiking, fishing, snorkeling and windsurfing (within 5 kilometers of the apartment)
  • golf (Torrequebrada Golf) (within 10 kilometers of the apartment)


Official accommodation identification number: VFT/MA/37303


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To calculate the price for your holiday go to the calendar and select dates.
Prices in € per Week
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10/09/2022 08/10/2022 € 1,316
08/10/2022 05/11/2022 € 1,246
05/11/2022 17/12/2022 € 980
17/12/2022 07/01/2023 € 1,316
07/01/2023 01/04/2023 € 980
01/04/2023 20/05/2023 € 1,246
20/05/2023 24/06/2023 € 1,316
24/06/2023 22/07/2023 € 1,652
22/07/2023 27/08/2023 € 1,743
27/08/2023 10/09/2023 € 1,652
10/09/2023 07/10/2023 € 1,316
07/10/2023 04/11/2023 € 1,246
04/11/2023 16/12/2023 € 980
16/12/2023 07/01/2024 € 1,316
07/01/2024 23/03/2024 € 980
Services included in the rental price
Optional Extras
Aerobed including bed linen € 55.00 per booking
Beach towels based on the number of persons € 5.00 per person
Cot including linen € 50.00 per booking
Grocery pack € 50.00 per booking
high chair € 20.00 per booking
Travel and Cancellation Insurance € 13.63 per person

* to be charged in certain periods



This accommodation is not available for weekends, parties and / or celebrations only.

In order to improve the quality of your check-in on site, we recommend that you pay the full amount before your arrival. This is the total amount including extras and deposit.

Arrival outside office hours.
After 17:00 hours or in the weekend, the entire amount must be paid in advance.

Upon arrival on Monday to Friday before 17:00 you will be personally checked in and escorted to your holiday accommodation. The keys will then be handed over to you in our office. For arrivals after 17:00 or during Sundays and public holidays, you can get keys from one of our key safes. The route and details will then be sent to you by e-mail.


  • Accommodation for the indicated number of people
  • Accommodation on 1 level
  • Online availability calendar
  • Bars and restaurants within 200 m.
  • Elevator
  • Pool for children
  • Resort accommodation
  • Community pool
  • Air conditioning
  • Heating
  • Internet connection
  • Cable/Satellite television
  • Television
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Bedlinen included in rental price
  • Towels
  • Non smoking accommodation
  • Fitness Area in the complex
  • Private parking
  • Hiking trails within 500 m.
  • Mountain bike trails within 3 km.
  • Fishing within 5 km.
  • Snorkelling within 2 km.
  • Waterskiing within 5 km.
  • Guest reviews and ratings

    Number of clients who have reviewed this accommodation



    The rating of the design, the furniture and the decoration in the living room, dining room and the bedrooms.
    Valuation of comfort and quality of the terraces (covered and uncovered), the barbecue and the outdoor furniture. 8.8

    Peace and tranquillity

    Valuation of the privacy in the garden of the accommodation: visibility from the road, distance from the neighbours etc. A tranquil situation will be valued according to the noise level of the surroundings: busy streets, town, beach etc.

    Garden and swimming pool

    The garden and the swimming pool are valued according to size, design, quality and comfort.


    Valuation of the views of the surrounding from the accommodation.
    (Is not included in the average score)


    The kitchen is valued to size, design, available equipment and comfort.


    The bathrooms are valued to size, design, equipment and comfort offered.

    Global Review

    Tenants reviews for Apartment Monte Paraiso
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    Families with older children
    August 2022
    Voor degene die deze prachtige locatie in de toekomst gaan gebruiken : Verwacht geen appartement op een locatie met reuring…..hier kom je om te genieten van de rust en het prachtige uitzicht. Huur er wel een auto bij, echt een must om de heuvel op en af te komen. Met de auto ben je in 5 min bij de boulevard en strand van Fuengirola, met alle restaurantjes winkels en markt. Geniet er van ! 8.3
    Groups of friends
    September 2021
    Absolute aanrader 💪🏼👊🏻 9.7
    Groups of friends
    September 2021
    Super mooi appartement en omgeving heerlijk zwembad, mooie fitness kortom top 9.7
    Sanne en Ralph
    Families with older children
    July 2021
    Fijn ontvangst en zeer goede bereikbaarheid (via bv whatsapp) 9.6



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