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Just back from two weeks in Zahara de los Atunes and while all the beaches were first class this was our favourite. Lots of space, not too many people, beautiful crystal clear water, rocks near the water line that are infested with fish for the...More
Waves are good for body boards. Sand is nice and clean coarse yellow, not a powder that kicks up and covers you. Great for children and to relax.
Very natural. Isolated in a neighborhood of high end houses. Beach access via drones stairway/paths. Parking limited....More
It takes some time to reach this beach but once there, it is beautiful. On the hills next to the beach, there are several villas, mostly built by rich germans in the seventies and eighties. That is the origin of the name (besides the strange...More
Name of this amazing beach comes from end of world war II when some german submanined fleed from the war after the german defeat and stopped at the nearby beach to buy food and scape to South America.
Besides this this is an exceptional beach...More