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There’s nothing quite like waking up to the sound of swirling waves and the smell of sea air through your bedroom window. Beachfront accommodation comes in a variety of forms, from well decked-out resorts to secluded homestays and villas. Beach hotel amenities can include air-conditioned rooms, private terraces overlooking the sea and outdoor pools with adjacent bars.

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Malagueta Beach
The Costa del Sol and beach life go hand in hand, and Malagueta Beach is at the forefront of this relationship. This sandy strip is a magnet for tan-seeking tourists, bronzed joggers and lazy sardine nibblers. Join the crowds, find your patch of sand and lay out your towel to catch some Andalusian rays. Sometimes you just have to accept that life’s a beach …
Malaga Urban Centre
Muelle 1
Renovated area located in the Malaga harbour.
Paseo de la Farola asked travellers...

The beach means different things to different people. What did the beach in Málaga mean to you?

There is a walking promenade, there is a nude beach, there is a bird watching zone, there is the 'old baths' and still a nice old beach village. Swimming, walking, sunbathing or just people watching. There is a beach for everyone
The sand is not very nice, but the beach is well kept and very comfortably organized. There are nice green spots with palm trees, so you can literally lay under the palm tree and watch the sea almost at your feet.
Wonderful cathedral, pedestrianized streets, great shops, fabulous port, castle, Alcazaba. Lots of wonderful restaurants. A really lovely city, a gem of history in the Costa del Sol.
Port of Malaga with different restaurants and different cuisines. Cruise ships that are coming from different cities. Makes Malaga an important and amazing Beach
The beach was fairly ordinary. Being Australian, one becomes fussy, as we have the best beaches in the world, hopefully that doesn't sound to snobby!
The beach was wide and flat but not Golden Sand and therefore didn't look as inviting as other Costa Del Sol beaches we have been to.
Lovely promenades to walk along by the sea,with excellent restaurants on the beach overlooking the sea,but also sunbeds if required
The water is cold for swim, but the wind is warn, feel it when biking along the beach road
Great for swimming.... Gets deep really quickly, so probably not ideal for young children.
taking a bike ride along east side beaches (and eat at typical beach restaurants)