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This extensive beach, of 3500 meters in length is found on the periphery of A Golf club and Parador National. The paseo extends from Los Alamos to the river Guadalhorce. It is a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the urbanised beaches. It has all the regular services, and disables access.

This Extensive beach has maintained its natural beauty and is the least urbanized along the whole Coast of Malaga. Its 3500 m extends from Los Alamos and the river Guadalhorce, and a Golf course lies very nearby.

This beach has undergone great improvement in recent years, The Antonio Banderas paseo is well known as one of the longest in Malaga. The width of the beach allows for any beach sports, or just a long walk enjoying the fantastic views that the coast has to offer.

It extends from the river Guadalhorce and the Port of Malaga.. It is 2800m long and has fine dark sands. It lies only a bus journey away from the hustle and bustle of Malaga city so it draws a big crowd, Windsurfers enjoy the swell, sunbathers enjoy the green areas, and the kids love the playgrounds. The Paseo Maritimo of Antonio Machado is fed by many restaurants, and chiringuitos which serve the best delicacies, for reasonable prices. The beach fills up rapidly especially in the summer and on Sundays.

One of the busiest in the area due to its easy rail, bus and car access and its proximity to Malaga city. It is an artificial beach with sands from the Sahara no less. It has a wealth of chiringuitos and restaurants on the Paseo Maritimo to cater for all tastes. It has extensive services and security for safety. Parking is only easily found very early though. It has a Yacht club on one side called Real Club Mediterraneo and is very near to Paseo de la Farola where the views are breathtaking.

It is found in the Estate of the same name, although this is a city beach, it is well cared and tends to all the family. Watersports are permitted which at times include speedboat racing, and there are great views of the dunes of the port. A perfect spot for a stroll in the sun.

One of the busiest beaches in the twenties, but less so now, due to its lack of services. It is short at 340 m but still draws a modest crowd. Parking will prove difficult but easy access on foot from the paseo. There are area and beach improvement plans.

This U shaped beach is formed by dykes between the estates of Pedragalejo and Acacias, hence the name. It boasts a wide variety of services for all the family. The exquisite cuisine than can be found here has made it a favourite with the locals, even more so than the tourists. Although it gets very busy there is plenty of space for all. The parking can prove difficult though it is advised to leave the car in one of the estates nearby or take the bus.

Family beach of some 1800m in length. The spits on either side were created to minimize sand loss. It is very like the Acacias beach, together with all its services. This area attracts many fisherman and scuba divers. One f the most traditional competitions of Malaga coast finds its home here, it’s called Jabegas or the Dragnet competition. During the festival off Virgin del Carmen the patron saint of fishermen the beach becomes a celebratory centre. The multicoloured boats make for a fantastic view, alongside you will find the quadruple blue flag winner of El Cahnquete or Deo a beach of immaculate quality.

It is characterized by its dark sands and a big central rock, El Penon del Cuervo. Two sand spits divide the beach and provide it with shelter. A new promenade has recently been added to facilitate access on foot. Car parks have been added as well as playgrounds, picnic areas and a bike lane. A perfect spot for a tranquil stroll or peaceful dip.

This beach extends between Torre Paloma and the Cala Moral. It has good services in its chiringuitos and is a favourite spot for local fishermen. It has a big rock that obstructs the views somewhat called Roca de la Paloma.

This beach is in good state, it has a regular cleaning team, and the paseo maritimo invites anyone to walk its length. Is has earned its blue flag from the E.U. for the second consecutive year. This is mainly due to cleanliness of its waters, which is under constant inspection and will undergo further refinement in the autumn.

This beach is always found in a clean state, It flies it blue flag proudly. It scored the highest points in the survey from the Department Of Health. It has a wide paseo maritimo and several chiringuitos, which offer all the delicacies of the region and Live music at times. Also restaurants and cafes are situated very near, A great day out for all the family.

An almost wild unspoilt spot, it is on of the least populated of the beaches in the region. With its open spaces it attracts mainly the beach footballers and volleyballers. It is a perfect spot to enjoy a tranquil day in a chiringuito or on the sands, especially if you are of the energetic type.

It is more than a kilometre in length; it has dark sands and a moderate swell. It is very peaceful and there is little urbanisation in the area to date. It has, maintained some vegetation on its edges, which offers it a special touch.

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