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Almuñécar Beaches
Overview of Local Beaches


Playa Cabria & Playa Curumbico
Nestled under a very impressive rock point, adorned with an ancient watchtower, is the Playa Cabria. To the east is the private cove of Playa Curumbico. More >

Playa Calabajio
One of the lesser known beaches in the area is Playa Calabajio. It runs about 200 meters in length, is one of the smallest in Almunecar, and is surrounded by a Mediterranean oasis. More >

Playa Cotobro
One of the more popular beaches in Almunecar is Playa Cotobro. Its location at the foot of the Cotobro Urbanization makes it perfect for families on holiday in nearby villas. More >

Playa Muerto
Gorgeous views of Almunecar and craggy cliffs that run straight into the sea; these are the characteristics of Playa Muerto. This beach is one of Almuecar's "playas naturalistas" or nudist beaches. More >

Playa Pozuelo
Located on the other side of Playa Tesorillo, Pozuelo also shares views of the ancient Moorish watchtower. It's a family oriented beach and great for children. More >

Playa Puerta del Mar
One of the most popular beaches in Almunecar and the busiest is Puerta del Mar. It lies to the east of the Peñon de Cristobal. It has many tropical, open air bars and clubs that sit right on the beach. More >

Playa San Cristobal
Almunecar's most well know and most widely photographed beach is the Playa San Crostobal. This beach measures 280 meters and is named for the Peñon at its eastern end. The Peñon dates back to Phoenician times. More >

Playa Tesorillo
This small but majestic beach is surrounded by rocky cliffs, one crowned with a Moorish tower. It is named after the small treasure of ancient coins found on its shoreline. More >

Playa Velilla
Located between Playa Tesorillo to the east and Playa Puerta del Mar to the west, Playa Velilla is the longest beach in Almunecar. The popular AquaTropic water park sits at its western end. More >

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