La Herradura - A Sailor Town with White and Steep Streets
Very close to Almuñécar, in the direction of Málaga, is La Herradura (meaning horseshoe). It receives this name because of its particular horseshoe shape. A fishing village with white and steep streets, located in the middle of a horseshoe shaped plain.
La Herradura has some of the best beaches on the Costa Tropical. In its surroundings it has numerous facilities dedicated to tourism, hotels and restaurants.
The beaches of dark sand of medium grain that have long promenade and offer leisure all year around: sports, restaurants, hospitality and nature.
Selection of the best hotels with outdoor pool or private gym in this popular tourist destination, the description of the facilities, common areas and rooms.
All information about the best restaurants in La Herradura, places where you can enjoy an authentic culinary experience on the Costa Tropical.
The comparison of diving centres in La Herradura, types of courses and prices, places where the compa do the immersions and other services they offer.
Cerro Gordo is located in the extreme west of La Herradura, in the foothills of the Sierra de Almijara.
This part of the coast was declared a Natural Area in 1989 and occupies some 400 hectares that are distributed between the provinces of Granada and Málaga.
From the viewpoint of the tower-lookout of Cerro Gordo you get fantastic views of the coast: to the east, the beach of La Herradura, and to the west abrupt cliffs.
On the border with the province of Málaga is the Cantarriján beach, which is a nudist area.
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