The great beauty and excellent climate of the Malaga beaches They have made them the preferred place of visit for more than 35% of the tourists who visit Andalusia.
These beaches are located on the so-called Costa del Sol, a name that is not in vain since they enjoy more than 320 sunny days a year.
They also have crystal clear waters, a great scenic beauty and all are located a very short distance from large hotel and service centers.
In these moments of opening of the confinement and the reactivation of summer tourism, many seek safe destinations to travel in Europe.
But what many do not know is that in Spain, and especially in Andalusia, there are excellent natural beaches to visit and that they are very safe at the moment.
These beaches in Malaga They are distributed in an axis made up of 15 municipalities or towns that include Nerja, Torrox, Algarrobo, Vélez-Málaga, Rincón de la Victoria, Málaga Capital, Torremolinos, Benalmádena, Fuengirola and Mijas.
The towns of Mijas, Marbella, Benahavís, Estepona, Casares and Manilva also have beaches.
Beautiful beaches in Malaga: Pedregalejo and its fine sands
In 2015 Pedregalejo received the “Q” certification for tourist quality, which put it ahead of many other beautiful Malaga beaches.
Part of the credit went to his abundant offer of services, toilet, food and drink, as well as parking, green areas and hammock and bed rental services.
It is located to the east of Malaga, next to the oldest fishing district in this capital.
It has a medium length, about 1,200 meters, and has six small coves separated by protective stone breakwaters.
Here you will find finer sands than most beaches in Malaga and its waters are shallow.
Pedregalejo Beach has a promenade that runs from end to end and where you can drink and eat in different restaurants and bars.
It is very visited in high season and is considered to be one of the ones with the greatest daytime and nightlife in the entire area.
Maro Beach, a paradise for divers among the beaches of Malaga
This jewel among the Malaga beaches It is located in the municipality of Nerja and a survey carried out by a television channel ranked it as the “Second Best Beach in Spain”.
It is a beach characterized by coarse sands and small stones of a dark tone.
It has an area of just over 500 meters and is surrounded by the cliffs of the Maro-Cerro Gordo formation and several natural coves.
It also stands out because its waters are home to a great variety of marine fauna, which added to the fact that its waters are very transparent and clean.
For this reason, it attracts a large number of fans of scuba diving and snorkelling that have made Playa El Maro one of the top 10 beaches in Malaga for diving.
Although it does not have a promenade due to its rugged location, it does have a sufficient range of services such as showers, toilets and food sales.
Special mention: Las Alberquillas Beach
We cannot leave Nerja without telling you about another of the most spectacular
Malaga beaches and neighboring Playa Maro, the famous Playa de Las Alberquillas.
With only 500 meters in length, it is surrounded by the Maro cove.
Its waters are transparent and full of fish, so it is also very visited by divers.
But something that distinguishes it is that it also has numerous underwater caves and rock formations that can be explored.
Finally, we will tell you that occasionally it happens to be one of the few beaches in Malaga that are open to nudism, at which point it fills up to overflowing.
Rincón de la Victoria and the promenade between two great beaches in Malaga
Another example of the magnificent Malaga beaches, owes its name to the town of Rincón de la Victoria.
It is very visited by families with children who occupy practically each of its 3,600 meters of extension in summer.
Like most beaches in MalagaIts sands are thick and dark while its waters are very crystalline and shallow, with moderate waves.
Visitors will find here a good range of services that include toilets, showers, kiosks and a long promenade that connects it with Cala del Moral beach.
Its promenade has several stairs and tunnels and the views of the sea that it offers are unique, as is the view of a monument to the Virgen del Carmen that you will find along the way.
The most complete of all, Los Álamos Beach
Playa de los Álamos is located in the town of Torremolinos and is also called Playa El Cañuelo.
But before continuing, we will tell you that if on your return from the beaches of Malaga you want to do “town” tourism, do not forget to visit one of the 20 beautiful towns near Madrid.
Los Alamos has an area of 1,500 meters in length and its sands are golden and fine, which attracts many young people who seek to tan and enjoy its waves.
In recent years it has become one of the Malaga beaches most appreciated by young people, thanks to the large number of bars and nightclubs there.
At night, this beach becomes one of the places with the most atmosphere on the Andalusian coast.
But it also influences this that it has sports facilities and a wide promenade with a spectacular view.
Among all beaches in Malaga, Los Álamos is the one that offers the greatest number of services, such as rental of beds and hammocks, showers and toilets and a considerable variety of meals.
Peñón del Cuervo beach, the attraction of the pristine
Finally we will tell you about this site that is very different from others because Peñón del Cuervo is far from the urban area.
It is a small beach, 350 meters long with dark sands and low intensity waves. A large rock located in the middle divides it into two areas.
It is one of the Malaga beaches most visited, despite the fact that there are almost no services for tourists.
In fact, for many national and foreign visitors its natural state is its greatest attraction, unlike other places full of bars and steel and concrete structures.
However, it has a barbecue area nearby and has a parking area for a hundred vehicles.
In addition, from there you can reach the neighboring beaches El Candado and La Araña walking along the famous Paseo de los Canadienses.
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