Fish Alley Fuengirola or to give it its official name, Calle Moncayo, is a kilometer-long pedestrian street that runs almost parallel to the Fuengirola Promenade. It is a collection of every imaginable type of bar and restaurant. It’s not altogether clear where it begins and ends and many of the establishments just off the main street would also claim to be on Fish
Fish Alley may not be 5th Avenue, Piccadilly Circus, the Champs Elysee or the Kü. It may not even be as famous as the Spanish La Castellana (Madrid) or La Rambla (Barcelona) but Fish Alley is known and loved literally world-wide as each year millions of visitors come to enjoy some of the best food in Spain ……and always at realistic prices.
The street is crammed full of bars and restaurants and you can eat everything from English fish-‘n’-chips to Chinese bargain menus, from tasty Thai to Argentinian asadores. There are restaurants representing most of the major international cuisines and offering everything from take-away snacks to top quality food at damask covered tables. Whatever you decide upon, enjoy!