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The Tropical Coast: Beaches, Harbors, Nature Coves, Golf & More

Mediterranean Sea

Beaches & More

Tropical Coast of Europe: Discover the Uniqueness of 26 Pebble and Black Sand Beaches

Salobreña Beaches (5)

Puerta Tours conveniently located on this great Salomar/La Charca Beach has its corresponding view of the bay, castle and snow peaked Mountains. All Sports area with Boulevards on the Mediterranean Sea split by a large protruding rock (El Peñon), on one side you have Salobreña’s longest beach and on the other La Guardia Beach. Beachside parking available and several seaside and town restaurants offer you the ability to not only enjoy the Sea but have comforts and experiences in proximity. Within walking distance of the condos are 18 Knots Surf Club and a sandy Savática Beach. Right next to Salomar 2000, the Guadalfeo river which begins in the Sierra Nevada Mountains empties into the Mediterranean Sea at Punta Del Rio Beach. Barranco De Enmedio Beach, a rocky, good for snorkeling more secluded beach, is further away from Salobreña’s urban area.

Motril Beaches (5)

Conveniently located next to Puerta Tours is Granada Beach “Playa Granada”, Motril’s most visited beach by day and night. Plenty of Seaside 18-Hole Golf Course and Driving Range, Water Sports establishments with renting capabilities and seaside restaurants and bars. This coast is so amazing and so much to offer that even the Belgium Royal Family built “Villa Astrida” as their Summer home which is now a visitable museum dedicated to the late King Baudouin today.

Port of Motril

With 5-6 hour direct ferry routes to Al Hoceima and Nador (Morrocco, Africa) to Spain’s port city Melilla (Spain, Africa) in 7.5 hours, many go to Africa for a weekend or an extended stay. This port is also one of the most important ones in Spain. Besides being a passenger hub, a port of entry of import/export of goods, it is also available for commercial fishing where boats come in with their catch. “La Lonja” now has tours to see the freshest local Mediterranean Sea life before it’s auctioned off and consumed locally or exported that same day.

Torrenueva Costa

After voting in 2018 and being a newly created municipality, the town which keeps growing year by year practically is spilling into the Sea, where you will have everything proximate. Originating from a 17th Century Watch Tower, known for swimming and being a popular local Spanish tourist destination.

Almuñécar and La Herradura Beaches (16)

Almuñécar is composed of black sand, pebble beaches and preserved natural coves with winding cliffs. Calabajio Beach has black fine sand and is a relatively shallow beach, perfect for feeling the fine sand between your toes. El Tesorillo Beach named after finding old coins and treasures at the sea shore is a great place for swimming with two restaurants and a Moorish Watch Tower. From there walk the really long boulevard of Velilla Beach for All Sports activity. Right next to the yacht club you can find a swimming beach called Marina Del Este Beach with easy car access. La Herradura Beach known for its horseshoe shape extends 2km (1.2 miles) and is a popular tourist destination. Open Water Diving Center is available for renting gear and Sea adventures. Truly a place like no other, you must explore the many beautiful beaches this area has to offer.

Punta de La Mona

Natural habitat of mostly untouched Andalusian coast without commercialization or developments prosperous for Seabed, coral nurseries and other Sea life.