Nice quiet beach area at the eastern edge of Fuengirola. The Carvajal beach is ample and not too overcrowded.
We park as close to the roundabout at the end of the Fuengirola Paseo Maritimo as possible so access to the car is easy. Carvajal is a favourite for Spanish families, weekends are very busy making it difficult to find a parking space. There is a wall which is about 3 - 4' high, there are about six metal steps... More
Spent a week recently in Caravajal and spent some time on this Beach. Beach used by a mix of nationalities but mainly Spanish people. Very Clean and well maintained with about 4 /5 Beach side Chiringuitos and 4 or 5 beach bed hire areas who normally price at 4 euros per day per bed. Water is clean but there is... More
We stayed at the nearby (10-20 min walk) hotel Polynesia so this was the nearest beach. OK for sea, suntanning (sunbeds 4 euros per day), swim in the sea - not too much going on otherwise (mind we went in September). The sand is ok but there are pebbles in areas of sea entry. Have been to better beaches but... More
Good for swimming, bars close by. No natural shade on the beach but theres a grassy bank with palm trees at the far West end of the beach. Quite a strong backwash can make getting back out of the water difficult.
One of the best beaches between Benalmadena and Fuengirola. Is reasonably quiet compared to most beaches. It was awarded a Blue Flag this year. Its has some good restaurants to eat at on the beach and a bar just off the beach with WiFi.
It is sandy, crowded, sea is not a sea. You can't see half meter in the water, because the water is mixed with the sand. That is really not what the beach should be. It is overcrowded and full of tourists. If you are looking for crystal clean seawater and beach, which wont left a ton of sand on your... More
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