Everything you need to know about Marbella

Central Marbella Beaches

Playa La Bajadilla

Playa Casablanca

Playa del Faro

Playa de La Fontanilla

Playa Nagüeles

Playa de La Venus

Playa la Bajadilla

Playa La Bajadilla

Playa la Bajadilla is a relatively small beach to the west of Marbella´s fishing port, only a short walk from the Old Town. The beach is very wide near the port and easily accessible as backed by the Paseo Maritimo. There is a chiringuito Restaurante Puerto Playa right on the beach.

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Playa Casablanca

Playa Casablanca

Playa Casablanca is a popular beach in central Marbella close to the Golden Mile. The beach is vast and broad with lovely clean sand. It also has lots of little areas with tall palm trees, which ensure that you will find a spot in the shade without having to hire a lounger with a sun umbrella.

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Playa del Faro

Playa del Faro

Playa del Faro is a small beach close to the Puerto Deportivo in the centre of Marbella with safe shallow bathing. Playa del Faro is made up of two bays, which are backed by the Paseo Maritimo it is only a few hundred metres long. The lighthouse (el Faro) is on the Paseo Maritimo behind the beach.

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Playa de la Fontanilla

Playa de La Fontanilla

Playa de la Fontanilla is one of the most popular beaches in Marbella due to is central location in town. Playa de la Fontanilla is long but narrow as with all the Central beaches its gets very busy in the Summer months.

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Playa Nagüeles

Playa Nagüeles

Playa Nagüeles is a popular beach in central Marbella close to the Golden Mile backed by the Paseo Maritimo. It is next to the Hotel Puente Romano and Marbella Club Hotel so there are always a lot of people around and often there are events going on. Along with the possiblility of some celebrity spotting!!

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Playa de la Venus

Playa de La Venus

Playa de la Venus is a popular beach on the east side of Marbella´s Puerto Deportivo before the Rio Represa located right in the Centre. This beach is fairly wide at the start and narrows as it heads east a few pebble areas which met the sea.

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