Playa de Cantarrijan, or Cantarrijan beach, is the kind of place that you’ll hear about, way before going there. There’s a certain mystique about it and reputation for being a very happening and trendy spot. For those in the know, it also has a reputation for being the Costa del Sol’s best nudist beach. Continue reading
There’s a strip of sand to suit everyone along the 25 kilometres of coastline surrounding Velez-Malaga. There’s rarely a coastal town that doesn’t harbour an urban beach, giving you perfect access to all amenities throughout the day. Alternatively, if you have access to a car then the real gems can be discovered just outside of the towns.
Nerja – Cala del Pino
Cala del Pino Beach is located at only 6 kilometres to the east of the town of Nerja.
There are two sandy bays of average proportions located between the beach of the Alberquillas and Torre del Pino. Although separated by fallen rocks, you can go peacefully from one to another. Continue reading
Nerja – Playa Burriana
The Burriana Beach, in Nerja, is considered by many, as the best beach of the Malaga town. It has a length of 800 meters of fine and golden sand. Continue reading
Nerja – Playa de Maro
The Maro Beach, in Nerja, is also known as Cala de Maro, which is considered one of the best beaches of Spain
Maro Beach is a hidden gem among the cliffs of the natural area of the Cliffs of Maro, agricultural land from which you can see the remains of an ancient Arab watchtower enclave. All this gives it a special wild charm. Continue reading
Veléz-Malága – Almayate
It is an unspoilt beach, popular with nudists, and is usually quiet. On it we can see sugar-cane bushes. Visitors can go windsurfing and sailing. Continue reading
Veléz-Malága – Torre del Mar – Hauptstrand
The beaches surrounding Torre del Mar are some of the best equipped in the area. The Town Hall work hard at ensuring both sand and sea are clean, and lifeguards are consistently in place along the sea front for safe swimming. Continue reading
Veléz-Malága – Torre del Mar – La Caleta de Veléz
Two beaches, Playa de las Palmeras and Playa de las Piramides, are separated by an old fishing port and modern marina. East of the fishing port is Playa de las Palmeras which is beautifully pristine and can be quieter than neighbouring Piramides. Continue reading