Beaches and Coves
The area is home to numerous beaches with crystal-clear calm waters that make this the perfect place for water sports (especially diving) or simply exploring the fascinating cliffs, small coves and sandy beaches to be found along the way.
Los Nardos Beach. Opposite the development. The beach takes its name from the spikenards that grow along the shore in September. This beach is 500 metres long and 20 metres wide
Calypso Beach. A small developed beach of golden sand that offers a whole range of services, including disabled access.
Mar Serena Beach. Its name refers to the calmness of its waters. It is 700 metres long and quite busy in the summer months. It is right next to the seafront promenade.
Mar Rabiosa Beach. It is separated from Mar Serena Beach by a huge rock – “El Pichirichi” – and can only be accessed on foot at low tide. It offers 250 metres of golden sand.
La Tía Antonia Beach. A small cove with golden sand and calm, crystal-clear water that is often used by families and residents living nearby.
Cocedores Cove. It forms a natural crescent with plenty of sand and a magical atmosphere. The water is crystal-clear and forms a natural swimming pool that is ideal for children who don’t know how to swim yet.