This was the closest beach to our hotel that we could walk to. It measures approx 1km and a half, but the sand is very fine ands dark compared to Castillo de la Duquesa beach. It is well equipped with toilets, hammocks etc and it is easy to access on foot, by car, by bus .. etc. While walking through it, we found a group of fishing boats. This beach also has children's play area and beach volleyball. It has two distinct areas - one near the river, past the Castle and further down where there are smaller coves with breakwaters and rocks.
Located 100 meters from the sea, this was built where once there was a Roman villa, with a necropolis. It was built during the reign of Charles III in 1767 by the Sevillian Francisco Paulino, whom the king, in return gave him the command of a company of cavalry. It offers a great view of the coast and is a lookout poing against attacks. The police headquarters and the Guardia Civil are now housed here.
This is a quiet beach with warm water and sand that is dark and thick. It is approximately 1km wide. It ends at Sardine Creek. This beach is part of the same hill from Black beach, but here the low cliffs stop before it, and thus has created a straight beach, 30m wide. There are no lifeguards or hammocks, you see people of all ages sunbathing topless with no-one looking. I felt a sense of freedom in this particular beach. It has good parking along the highway but without access to the beach. You can park at Paradise beach instead and walk towards Cadiz. And you can wear what you want to sunbathe and to eat, it is very relaxed.
Something as traditional as the promenade in the small town of Malaga, with the charm of fishing boats and small fish restaurants (I can't forget the skewers, made on a boat in the middle of the beach). Plus all kinds of international food, Indian, Argentine, German pastries (no words uummm) - all in a family atmosphere, ideal for the family.
This square is the center of the village, a place occupied since Roman times. It is a very attractive place to take a stroll and appreciate the flowers, palm trees and beautiful sculptures of the protector of sailors, a beautiful mermaid. Also around the square is the Castle Inn, serving delicious dishes and very close to another magnificent restaurant, "Delfines".
Find curious things that you crave and to keep memories. A variety of magnets at a great price, curious candles, dolphins, interesting ornamental accessories. Almost everything is named "Port of the Duchess," for the kids there are all kinds of beach toys, pens/pendants with your name in addition to its meaning, jewelry of all kinds, beautiful postal stamps to send (the funny thing is that there is no stamp is for Europe to Spain), there is virtually something for every overseas tourist English, German, etc. You are in fact in a restaurant facing the harbor and yachts that has snacks, drinks and so on. When you reach the counter there is a curious, very flexible ring of flowers and colors that is made of leather and I bought some. Besides the Duchess port is not to be missed, walk through it.
I always wanted to know how this town looked. I could never have imagined its large and beautiful gardens. Villa Matilde was owned by Don Ignacio Infante, brother of the father of Andalusia, Blas Infante. Restored recently various cultural exhibitions were held here. The complex has toilets, a playground and a pond.
A sensual nude mermaid shows curves, breasts, etc, it lacks the tail and her arms are outstretched and covered in metal nets. A beautiful, original sculpture that precedes the center of Castillo de la Duquesa, Manilva. There is also a fountain of small jets overlooking the castle, beautiful by day and night. A rectangular plaza landscaped with palm trees and flowers, El Pueblo del Castillo is the oldest area of Manilva in which was occupied in Roman times.
Welcome to the beautiful village of Manilva, which is approx 2km from the coast, the part of the coast Manilva called Sabinillas. The village is the last of the white towns of Malaga because after this is the province of Cadiz. Famous for its wines, great fields of vines, the background sea so blue and a town full of light. Right at roundabout there is a lookout with magnificent views of the coast and vine fields.
Walking through the village of Castle in Manilva is Stella Maris Church, dedicated to the Virgen del Carmen, protector of sailors and fishermen. You can see inside when Mass is performed, at 13:00, and it was really close to our hotel Duchess Golf & Spa Suites and it was a pleasure to stroll around and then enter such a great Spa with suites. It is a curious church behind which is the Castillo de la Duquesa in the same building as the curious Castillo local office eh! I added some pictures.
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A white and yellow building in a typical Andalusian village. MUÑOZ ANTONIA VAZQUEZ, the mayor of the council of the UNITED LEFT-CALL FOR GREENS ANDALUCIA PARTY, has done a lot for his people. A lot of renovation and restoration costs a lot of money.