St Joseph's Chapel Fuengirola


The Month of the 

Blessed Mother

Please Note

St Josephs is closed as customary for the summer months. 

The Chapel will reopen on Saturday 9th October for 7pm Vigil Mass

When we reopen in September the Mass Times will be as follows

Mass in English 

Saturday Vigil Mass 7pm

Sunday 11am

Tuesday - Friday 11am

(St Josephs is closed on Mondays) 

St Joseph’s the Worker Chapel Fuengirola, was established in the late 70's. It was set up to provide a Mass in English for the growing number of Irish and British people settling along the Costa del Sol primarily in Fuengirola

Sacrament of Reconciliation 

30 Minutes prior to Mass

Adoration and Benediction

Each Thursday after Mass until 12 noon

Stations of the Cross

Every Friday in Lent after Mass

Holy Rosary

Tuesday - Friday 10.30 am


For God alone my soul waits in silence;

he alone is my rock and my salvation.

Online Prayer Book  -

 Where We Are in Fuengirola

St Josephs is situated in the upper level of the Las Rampas Complex in the centre of Fuengirola. 

It is immediately above the former Las Rampas Real Estate Offices.

As well as the map (above) we feature videos of how to find us from various parts. 


Rosario Square, 

the Paseo, 

the Rail Station

From Within Las Rampas & the Wheelchair and Pram Entrance.

(Just Clink in the Link!)

If you need any further assistance please contact us by phone or by e mail.

Our Patron Saint

Foster Father of Jesus Christ

Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Prince and Patron of the Universal Church

Feast Day - 1st May

St Joseph Husband of Mary - 19th March

After the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem, an angel came to Joseph to tell him about King Herod of Judea and his intention to kill every first born child in Bethlehem. Joseph fled with Mary and Jesus to Egypt where they remained until the angel appeared again and told them Herod was dead and that they should return to Galilee.


They did as the angel advised and settled in Nazareth. The Gospels tell us Joseph was a carpenter.

Our Most Famous Visitor

The Rosary Priest   

The Catholic Association of St Joseph the Worker is a voluntary organisation set up to ensure the provision of a Mass in English each day on the Costa Del Sol. 


It benefits both those who have moved to this part of Spain and those who visit. 

We have no other form of income save our weekly Mass collections, membership costing €10 per year and voluntary donations. 


The majority of our money is spent on the provision of visiting priests both in terms of travel and stipend and on ongoing daily expenses which occur in the running of any church. 


email ;

phone ; 0034 711 00 15 54