Malaga is a city belonging to the province of the same name and located in Andalusia, in the south of the Iberian Peninsula.
The city of Malaga has a total of 14 kilometers of coastline, divided into different beaches connected and with quality services, limited from urban traffic by its wide promenades.
A total of 16 beaches compose its coastline, each one of them different, but at the same time they coincide in offering key features for tourism such as comfort, safety and accessibility.
One of the most interesting beaches in the area is Campo de Golf San Julian Beach, a semi-urban place with low occupancy in the summer season that has a golf course, space for a soccer field and barbecue area in the vicinity.
Dedo Beach or also known as “Chanquete Beach” is a beach with a family atmosphere that stands out for its exclusive beach bars, the most famous on the coast of Malaga. We invite you to visit them and learn about their wonderful techniques for selling or serving fish!
In La Araña Beach and Pedregalejo Las Acacias Beach it is very common to find boats and fishing equipment on the beach, combined with neighborhoods of the same name in their vicinity, traditional places where old fishermen live.
Beaches bathed by rivers such as the Guadalhorce, rocks that divide their ends and green areas with sports areas, a mixture of old and modern urbanizations nearby, marinas, yacht clubs… Some of these beaches are close to the Malaga Airport.
Most of them have the possibility of renting the necessary equipment for sports activities, playgrounds and family areas to make the most of the vacations.
The most urban and crowded beaches of the capital are la Malagueta, Pedregalejo or San Andres.
From TUDESTINO we invite you to know the beaches of Malaga, along with its history, its features and its charming spots.