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We took a taxi to these beaches from Street Larios and I think it worths the money. These few beaches are much nicer than the ones close to city centre. Better sand and less people with good waves. Also walk to PALO area for fish...More
Like natural beaches with fisher boats, very sympathizing and pleasant, fishermans came early in the morning back from fishing in the night, very atmospheric in the morning, real Spain, d'antan, ( yesterdayyears) ; I like it.
We took the bus from Malaga (3 or 11) and went for a nice and very long walk along the excellent promenade which overlooks a succession of small man-made beaches. Lots of places to sit having a drink or a meal overlooking the sun, sand...More
Stretch of beach starting near the back of the Automobile Museum with several Chiringuitos some established over 50 years ago. The beach is nothing special, lot of rubbish, not a regular tourist spot but good for a walk.
The Playas de Las Acacias is a quiet place, a bit far from the center of Malaga. However it is worth exploring because this was a fisherman's village and still has the architecture of a village. There are many good and inexpensive fish restaurants that...More
The beaches of Acacias and Pedregalejo are a bit outside the centre of Malaga and more quiet and relaxing. But I want to persuade you to have a look behind the beaches. This fishing neighborhood of Pedregalejo is really nice. It still has a very...More