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SPAIN MALAGA FUENGIROLA LOS BOLICHES BEACH
Spain

Every year hundreds of thousands of holiday makers head for Fuengirola which is now the most densely populated area within the Malaga province. High-rise hotels and apartments have now swamped the traditional Spanish buildings and tourism has replaced the fishing industry, once popular here. its long, sandy beaches sport numerous bars and restaurants and one of the longest sea-front walks along the coast.

Copyright: Fernando Coviella
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Uploaded: 05/09/2010
Updated: 01/09/2014
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Tags: nature; beach; city; coast of the sun; spain
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