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Benalmadena has a lot to offer when it comes to beaches, with almost 10 kilometres in total. Great care and attention is paid to litter collection, and lifeguards/police patrols are in operation.
Please see below for information on some of the most popular beaches in Benalmadena: -
Playa Santa Ana / Santa Ana Beach
Playa Santa Ana is certainly not the largest beach in Benalmadena (at 500 metres long), but it is one of the most popular, primarily due to location. An urbanised beach it is flanked by hotels and restaurants, and dotted with beach bars. This sandy beach is also host to plenty of other facilities; such as sun beds and umbrellas, showers and public toilets, or access for the disabled. The European blue flag was awarded here in 2002, and emergency services are provided by the Red Cross.
Facilities include; Water sports, sun beds and umbrellas, toilets and showers, volleyball nets, ramps and provision for people with disabilities, life guards, and regular police patrols.
Playa Carvajal / Carvajal Beach
Playa Carvajal bridges the gap between Benalmadena and Fuengirola, and is easily accessed via the A7 highway or by taking the train to Carvajal. An urbanised beach it is flanked by high buildings, but this sandy beach is nevertheless very popular amongst locals; especially those with families. At 1600 metres it is one of the longest beaches in Benalmadena and boasts an excellent range of services and facilities.
Facilities include; Sun beds and umbrellas, children's park, water sports, windsurfing, sailing, fishing, toilets and showers, ramps and provision for people with disabilities, life guards, and regular police patrols.
Playa Las Viborillas / Las Viborillas Beach
At 150 metres in length Playa Las Viborillas is small and consists of fine gray sand. It is however one of the most poplar beaches around, mainly due to the green vegetation that surrounds it. In short those who do not like urban beaches usually end up here. A certain number of sun beds and umbrellas are available for hire here and there is a restaurant open at one end of the beach.
Facilities include; Sun beds and umbrellas, parking, sailing, and fishing.
Playa Torre Bermeja / Torre Bermeja Beach
Playa Torre Bermeja is a sandy beach for all the family. Though not the largest beach (measuring approximately 600 metres) it boasts a wide array of facilities, including a children's playground, football pitch and volley ball nets. The town is within easy walking distance and there are a variety of dining options available.
Facilities include; Sun beds and umbrellas, children's park, water sports, windsurfing, sailing, fishing, volleyball nets, football pitch, toilets and showers, ramps and provision for people with disabilities, life guards, and regular police patrols.
Playa La Morera / La Morera Beach
Playa La Morera is a small rural beach measuring 260 metres. Though not one of the nicest beaches around it is popular and frequented by many locals, and as such can get very noisy. Large family groups often set up here for the day, cooking their own food. Groups of young people have also been known to camp out here from time to time.
Facilities include; Sun beds and umbrellas, water sports, toilets and showers, diving, fishing, and parking.
Playa Torrevijia / Torrevijia Beach
Playa Torrevijia is in view of the infamous Torrequebrada hotel, and is made up of a mix of sand and stones. As a result it is both a good place for snorkelling due to the rocky outcrops surrounding it.
Facilities include; Sun beds and umbrellas, water sports, toilets and showers, windsurfing, diving, fishing, and high capacity parking.
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