even though it's december (almost) the weather was great to go to the beach and just take some pictures by the 'Malagueta'-sign . Lovely and relaxing place :)
The Playa de la Malagueta is one of the principal beaches of Malaga and one can walk to it from Calle Larios and it takes only 10 minutes by walking in the park. During summer it is full of people bathing on the beach or taking the sun. There is a very long sidewalk along the beach so that one... More
The beach at Málaga is known as Playa de La Malagueta and is located just alongside the main port. The beach seemed to be quite sheltered and even though there was quite a breeze the couple of times we visited the waves were quite gentle and the sea was good to swim in – although the time of year the... More
Sandy beaches in Malaga means that same gritty, dark, powdery sand that isn't the best. The ocean was calm, the beach was clean, Just wish that those in charge arranged for there to be more shade. Also wish they had installed a parking payment system that didn't need a degree in Super Intelligence to work it out. Having been to... More
We went in low sesong. Nice beach, Sunbeds for rent. A lot of innoying flies on the beach. Beach restaurant with ok food and beverages. The sea were cold! Clean sandbeach. We'll be back!
La Malagueta beach is just a short walk from the centre of Malaga and can be accessed via the newly developed harbour promenade, El Palmeral De Las Sorpresas. There is a wide stretch of sand, some palm trees for shade, showering facilities and several bars. We didn't venture into the sea as it was only March and the weather was... More
Nice for an out of season walk in the sun, looking at the sun on the sea; just don't look too close. Sand is coarse and dirty. and sea looks unclean. We ate at the chiringuito "La Malagueta". The sardines grilled on the beach fire were fine, though quite small. The paella was inedible; we each took a spoonful, then... More
Yes, when reading the reviews I see where some of the negative comments are coming from. However, it is an urban beach, made of darkish coarse sand (imported, I believe). It's not as pretty as the city beach in Alicante, for example, but it does have adequate showers, and the chiringuitos are good fun and good value. (Chemical toilets in... More
Luckily, we only had a short stay in Malaga before our flight home. We decided to spend a day at the beach. Well, we got there and it seemed ok. I expected it to be busy and I've no problem with that, but it was just dirty. Cigarette ends everywhere (and this is coming from a smoker) and we arrived... More
From my point of view it is a wonderful beach, although it is an urban beach. There are more wonderful beaches in the nearby resorts, like Nerja or Marbella, but if you are in Malaga, the Malagueta beach is a must see.
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