Baños del Carmen is the place if you're looking for an unbeatable sunset. It is semi-abandoned which helps give it that special touch; at times, you feel like you've been transported to another decade. I'm from Malaga, but I never get tired of coming here.
I've been to this magical beach several times - everything about it is great ... the bars, the people, the restaurants, the proximity to Puerto Marina ... it's just beautiful and unique. If you haven't visited, I really recommend that you do so. It's a beach with fine sand, no rocks or shells to irritate you, and popular with children, who can build spectacular sandcastles here. The water is clean and the perfect temperature, and there's grass beside the palm trees so you can sunbathe without getting sandy if you prefer. Go in the second half of April and you can see the local festival taking place. Incredible!
The beach of "Mercy" is set in a picturesque corner of Malaga, where I go whenever I can to visit my family or to rest when I go on holiday. It is a wonderful place where the dawn rises majestically, full of light and life. Where you can walk along the promenade in the morning, feeling comforted in both body and mind. The coolness of the water and the sun shining on the shore give me energy. Returning to this remote corner of Malaga is one of my great pleasures in life.
The Malagueta Beach is the first thing we have to visit after arriving here. It's a place where you spend a great night and stroll along the shore and then move to the center to eat something which is less than 1km away.
Beautiful city, beautiful places and charming. There are places to enjoy a good walk, a good meal or just sit on a terrace in the sun to drink a cold beer or summer wine accompanied by kebabs of fresh sardines. Location and leisure, cultural and bohemia. Essential city to visit, and very clean streets and monuments decorated with flowers. No doubt all due to a very professional management by the City Council. My most sincere congratulations. A beautiful city!
At the height of Don Carlos hotel, this beach is one of the few in Marbella that's saved from the crowds. There's a bed area and dance music playing. Many people leave their boat in front of the beach, the music is heard well into the sea. You have to pay to access the bed area (although not always). This area of beds can only be accessed by paying (not always). In short, good music, many posh and good looking men and women, good food and above all...a stoneless beach in Marbella.
Playa Los Álamos is located in the far end of the center of Torremolinos. Due to its Volcanic origin, it is very urban and dark in color. It is only 1 kilometer by about 950 meters long, so it is the shortest beach in the area. Fully equipped with showers, toilets, bins, cleaning, disabled access, hire sunbeds and parasols.
The Benalmádena Promenade is a lovely walk during the day, but I advise you to go at night because during the summer it's very hot. The beach is huge, and the promenade is surrounded by restaurants, bars and shops where you can go buy any gift for the family. There are lots of sea shells that collectors will love to see and gather, and it's large and beautiful. You can rent deck chairs all day for a good price, and the water is great!
A thousand times I dropped the Balcon de Europa towards the beach of Calahonda. It is probably the most photographed beach in Nerja, so it took me awhile to take this photo, hoping the light conditions and the weather were perfect to extract all its beauty. Hope you like it and I hope to count on your vote. Thank you.
One day, walking around the beach I saw a corner that I found curios because of its two holes through which water flows, the silence that surrounds it, and because it made me feel at peace. In short, a place of tranquility.
This is a very clean and well maintained beach. It has free bathrooms and free showers that are also very well maintained. There's a great variety of bars, pubs and restaurants along the promenade. It's relatively easy to park, with patience and a little luck, you can find a free spot not in a blue zone. Good atmosphere for different ages.
Night of San Juan on the beach in Benalmadena.
On this day Benalmádena arrived and went for a walk on the beach without remembering that it was the magical night of San Juan.
It was such a surprise to find so many people filling the beach drinking and lighting bonfires.
My son was in unison with the sea, enjoying his youth, and engaging his vivid imagination in one of the many wonderful parts of the Mediterranean coast. This beach had sounds of church bells, the rooster, the talk of all Europe ... charming. The beach is perfect, clean, clear, and safe.
Rincon de la Victoria is a few kilometers from Malaga and still retains its character as it has not been crowded by hotels - there are 3 in total (this is something that is appreciated today). It is a town visited by young people and families as there are activities for everyone, especially in summer. And the town speaks Spanish, not English!