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Beaches in Malaga

The beaches in Malaga offer various types of surroundings to its visitors. They range from fine sandy beaches to rocky terrains, putting forward urban to stony beaches to wild deserts on its 40 km long Andalusian coastline. Some beaches here are more crowded than other, usually smaller ones and many offer a warm family ambience generally associated with artificial protection.

The most famous of the many beaches include:

-La Misericordia
-La Araña
-La Caleta
-La Malagueta
-Peñón del Cuervo
-Las Acacias
-El Candado, La Playa de Morche
-Cerro y Mar.

These beaches begin at a pier, the Morro de Levante, that denotes the opening to the Malaga port, further east of which one finds the beaches surrounded by the Pablo Ruiz Picasso promenade.
The beaches here are clean, kept in good condition, well-equipped and usually at a small walking distance from the town centre making shopping easy and less time consuming. Furthermore, they offer a variety of activities all year round, making it an attractive tourist destination. Although easy access to these beaches in the form of Car Hire Malaga.

Many of these beaches have strips of bars buzzing with nightlife once the sun descends. Lovely sea front restaurants presenting delicious food to their valued customers catch the fancy of tourists. The cuisine is mainly Mediterranean, with the main delicacy being fish. The most famous fish at the coastline are the sardine, the boquerones and the lenguados. Beach bars, called Chiringuitos, are well known.

As soon as one lands in Malaga, they should make use of the Car Hire Malaga Airport to make sure they visit every attraction whenever they feel like it. The beaches also have modern promenades, spontaneous flamenco performers, entertaining boat rides and many different kinds of water sports  including sailing, swimming, wind-surfing and canoeing.

The first two weeks of August mark an annual celebration, the closing ceremony of which is held at the la-Malagueta beach attracting around three million visitors who remain busy in the fun-filled party that the event offers.

Many efforts have been devoted to the cleanliness and regeneration of these beaches, and to improve their facilities and infrastructure. The blue flags awarded to Malaga beaches by the European Union serve as a guarantee of their great quality, marked by cleanliness as well as excellent facilities.


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