Fuerte Hotels has been awarded the ‘Quality HolidayCheck Selection’ Award based on the opinions and ratings offered by its users. Fuerte Hotel Conil Costa Luz, Fuerte El Rompido, Fuerte Estepona and Fuerte Calaceit have all received this distinction according to the German website for comments that reflect “high quality and customer satisfaction”. HolidayCheck is a […]
This June 5th marks the World Environment Day, meant to raise awareness about the importance of the environmental protection and respect for nature. This event began in 1972 at a United Nations conference in Stockholm, Sweden celebrating a central theme of the environment. Throughout the day, activities have been planned across the world to celebrate […]
May 27th marked Spain’s National Celiac Day – a condition that now affects 1 in 100 Spaniards. Its certain that if you do not suffer from the ailment yourself, it is likely that you know someone who does. For you who have not heard of it, it is the permanent intolerance to gluten, a protein […]
We are launching our summer campaign ‘I repeat’, where the leading role is played by our customers themselves because every year they choose us again and again for their holidays.
Fuerte Conil is offering visitors four varieties of this product which is so typical along the Andalusian coast.
The Hotel Fuerte Conil-Costa Luz and Fuerte Grazalema were selected among the seven best hotels in Spain for guest satisfaction from two German travel institutions.
Each year, from May 3rd through the 5th, motorcycle enthusiasts descend on this corner of Southern Spain for one of the most anticipated events of the sporting world – Will you be there? Will you have a place to stay?
Fuerte Hoteles joins the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) for the “Blackout” to support global environmental protection, which will be held on Saturday March 23rd.
The Fuerte Hotel group’s exceptional Costa Luz location received the “Red Star” award by one of the largest German tour operators, designating the location as one of the 100 best hotels in the world.
A Southern Spanish region plays host to 22 greenways, spread across more than 425 km of old railway routes, designated for walking, cycling, rollerblading and wheelchair accessibility.