This public 'Blue Flag' beach, while administrated by the Ayuntamiento de Roquetas del Mar (District Local Authority) is actually in the separate town of Aguadulce, Almeria Province. It forms the eastern end of a run of beaches of some 10 kms that stretches around the bay connecting the two towns and beyond. The beach is wide, clean and well maintained. Facilities are good including toilets, showers, disabled access ramps and water entry equipment, life guard stations, waste bins, and numerous areas of children's play equipment (shaded by palm trees.) The Eastern end of the beach is bordered by the Puerto Deportivo Aguadulce (Marina) where a sailing school, diving and boat hire are available and the marina is surrounded by bars and restaurants . Along the beach are several chiringuitos and bars. The Paseo is a paved palm tree lined walk that overlooks the beach and stretches all the way to Roquetas. This beach is of a very fine shingle and sandy in places but still good for sandcastles etc. There is street parking along the Paseo, including some blue badge disabled bays.
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