BEACHES IN THE AXARQUIA | ENJOY THE SUMMER ON THE COAST OF MÁLAGA
The Axarquia is a diverse region where you can find, among other attractions, mountains, rivers, charming villages, local gastronomic products and, of course, beaches. La Axarquia is home to 55 km of coastline, from Nerja to the city of Malaga. A perfect coastline to enjoy not only the sun and the beach, but also diving, hiking or various water sports such as kayaking or paddle surfing.
On this stretch of the Mediterranean Sea, you can find several coastal villages ideal for enjoying a day at the beach in Axarquia within easy reach of our hotel. For this, we have prepared a guide with the best beaches in and around the Axarquia so that you can enjoy the charm of these sandy areas as a complement to the experience that you will live in our charming rural hotel in Malaga
BEACHES OF ALL KINDS IN THE AXARQUIA TO ENJOY THE TRANQUILITY AND GOOD WEATHER THAT CHARACTERIZE THIS REGION OF MALAGA
Beaches in La Axarquía 1: 20 minutes from the hotel
TORRE DEL MAR
The closest beach to Cortijo de Salia. Belonging to the municipality of Velez-Malaga, Torre del Mar is one of the largest villages on the coast of Axarquia.
Here you will find accessible beaches, with all the services and with many beach bars, restaurants or shops along its 4 kilometres of promenade, which extend from the Levante beach to the Poniente beach. It is, therefore, a very suitable place both for going to the beach and for strolling along its long and lively promenade at any time of the year.
Beaches in La Axarquía 2: A 35 minutes from the hotel
One of the most famous coastal towns of the Axarquia, for its beaches and for being considered as the place with “the best climate in Europe” due to its mild temperatures all year round and its low rainfall.
Torrox has several beaches all along its municipality, the most outstanding being El Peñoncillo beach, a semi-urban beach of 1400 metres long, located in the centre of the village. There are also some smaller coves nearby if you are looking for a more secluded beach.
Beaches in La Axaquía 3: 40 minutes from the hotel
Nerja is probably the best known tourist town on the Axarquia coast, both for the charm of the town itself and for its beaches and monuments.
Here you can visit the famous Caves of Nerja, enjoy the views from the Balcon de Europa or go to the park where you can see Chanquete’s Boat. And, of course, you can bathe in its numerous coves and beaches, such as Burriana, one of the most popular. In the municipality of Nerja you will also find the town of Maro, which is home to places and coves of spectacular beauty for diving or water activities such as paddle surfing, within the Maro-Cerro Gordo Cliffs Nature Reserve.
Beaches in la Axaquía 4: 30 minutes from the hotel
RINCÓN DE LA VICTORIA
Next to Malaga city, you will find Rincón de la Victoria, where you can enjoy extensive beaches along its 8 km. of coastline distributed in several municipalities such as the village of Rincón de la Victoria itself, Cala del Moral or Torre de Benagalbón.
In the area of El Cantal, you will also find a beautiful beach promenade with tunnels carved into the stone that cross the cliffs and connect La Cala del Moral with Rincón de la Victoria.
Beaches in La Axaquía 5: 40 minutes from the hotel
In the city of Malaga, you can enjoy various activities ranging from cultural tourism in its numerous museums, shopping tourism or simply a stroll through its monuments and its main streets and squares.
And you can combine all this with a day of sun and sea on one of its beaches, among which La Malagueta or El Palo beach stand out, where you can also taste the famous espetos and fried fish in one of its beach bars and restaurants.
Beaches in la Axarquía 6: 35 minutes from the hotel
LA COSTA TROPICAL
Passing Nerja, the last village of the Axarquia on the border with Granada, we find the Tropical Coast, located entirely in the province of Granada.
Here you also have a multitude of coastal towns where you can enjoy a day at the beach or diving and water sports in places like La Herradura (within the Natural Park of the Cliffs of Maro-Cerro Gordo), Almuñécar, Salobreña or even Motril.