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We visit here yearly and we're thrilled to find the new boardwalk. Plenty of lavatories, restaurants along the walk and access to the beach. This is not a nice golden sandy beach but great for relaxing.
Beautiful town close to beaches , beautiful restaurants with easy bus routes to other towns . The bus used is the 220 which will get you anywhere along the coast. To get to malaga for the day get the 220 bus and swap at the...More
Friends told us of this boardwalk on beach side of A7 E15 runs for many kms and several entries onto it. Plenty of nice cafes bars along the way. Workmen still extending so several places you have to drop onto beach. Enjoyable flat walk
Had a meal for four which was lovely. Mixed paella for two, orange salmon and roast chicken. Hubby and i went back for the roast chicken a couple of days later (as he had raved about the sauce). Was a real disappointment, sauce was nothing...More
The beach itself is not so stunning, on one side it ends with the pier from the marina and say hello to rocks on the seafloor when you want to go swimming.
There are only 2 bars on the beach and those are also not...More
Very long beach, excellent sand, gently sloped toward the sea and, as it was low season, with few people. Two or three nice restaurants (mostly seafood) along the beach and easy access to many others on a very nice wooden pathway (cca 2 km long)...More
We have stayed at Cabopino bay, La Luna beach, and now Royal beach pirate. This ltest was quiet, ecluded, beautiful but the water in the morning was full of jellyfish. As the day got hotter, they disappeated. No wifi though.