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Whilst there are plenty of facilities and places to eat around the beach, the beach itself is horrid as it is made up from lots of little sharp stones. It is uncomfortable to walk on and not good for little one to play on either.
I like this beach. Most days the water is quite clean, and it is nice place to take sun-bath, swim or play something on the beach. Atmosphere is friendly and quite relaxed, even it is near the city center.
Only the Spanish (?) idea of...More
We didn’t venture onto the beach itself as we awaited to board the cruise we were joining at Malaga port, but enjoyed a stroll around the beachfront area and took some nice photos of the sands.
The beach looked busy and beautiful with golden sand....More
This is a great place to soak up the sun without going too far from the city centre, but, as it is a city beach, it isn't the most beautiful and the sand is rather dirty. For that reason I would recommend paying to rent...More
Even if it was very hot, I decided to go to the beach. I found a great place to rest, the water was perfect, people around were nice (families with kids and teens, couples, friends, solo) and the restaurants close enough.
Not a bad beach to spend a day. To the right of the break is quite rocky but to the left there’s lots of sand.
There are a few restaurants along the beach with decent prices for beer and food.
Lots of umbrellas and loungers...More
A lovely area to hang out in even when the water is too cold to go in. Sun beds and umbrellas can be rented. There are kiosks selling towels, pareos, sun hats, and other odds and ends too if you don't remember to bring all your stuff along.
We visited around 7pm, the water temp was beautiful for swimming & before we knew it the sun got blocked by the buildings on the beachfront, however was still pleasant for a swim with the tide being in.
Saw plenty of fish (flying ones too)....More
It's an average city beach, it's clean and there are chairs and umbrellas to rent. It is right in the city so easy to get to which is nice as the city itself is a great place to stay. It's a great beach to relax and swim in... More
It's an average city beach, it's clean and there are chairs and umbrellas to rent. It is right in the city so easy to get to which is nice as the city itself is a great place to stay. It's a great beach to relax and swim in the ocean. It's not fancy but it's a clean beach. The guys selling water all have different prices some are much less than others but you can get water, pop, beer or mixed drinks without leaving your chair. The people on the beach are also quite friendly
Hi, i haven't been to Marbella but i believe the beaches further down the coast at Marbella, Puerto Banuz and Estepona are fantastic. Just be aware Marbella is frequented by the rich and famous and expensive yachts and... More
Hi, i haven't been to Marbella but i believe the beaches further down the coast at Marbella, Puerto Banuz and Estepona are fantastic. Just be aware Marbella is frequented by the rich and famous and expensive yachts and prices in the area reflect this. If you go to the beach in malaga i would recommend going further along from the town which is less busy and has lovely beach restaurants. Hope that helpsj