The Beaches of the Tropical Coast of Granada that Stand Out
The Granada coast has very tourist-friendly beaches that offer all kinds of services and comforts, but there are also some small quiet coves in undeveloped parts which are difficult to access.
In total there are about 19 km of tropical coast where you can find 26 beaches.
The Costa Tropical does not have beaches of fine white sand. Almost all of its beaches are of small, dark pebbles or dark sand, some of them surrounded by rocks with exotic plants.
Small coves and beaches of up to 1 km in Almuñécar that offer all kinds of activities. Where to practise water sports such as hang-gliding or paragliding.
Details of the facilities and activities available at the beaches of Salobreña and directions for finding them, bars along the seafront and places to park.
Beaches of Calahonda, Carchuna and Playa Granada that have a blue flag. The length, type of sand, facilities, cliffs, depth and cleanliness.
One of the best beaches of the Costa Tropical and Cerro Gordo Nature Park. Underwater caves, places to eat, promenades and beautiful landscape.
There are lovely places, such as Salobreña, a whitewashed village on a hill topped by an Arab castle. The most important towns of the Granada coast are Almuñécar, Motril y Salobreña, famous for their rich heritage and cultural diversity.
All its beaches are ideal for diving, although those of La Herradura stand out especially for their spectacular seabed. Windsurfing is also practised here with great enthusiasm.
Page Updated: April 06, 2020