|Come and experience the crystal clear waters of the Costa Tropical's glorious beaches.|
The least well-known of the Costas, probably because the name is a recent creation for the coastline of Granada Province. Nevertheless it should not be overlooked. It is characterised by mountains running down to the coast creating a rocky coastline of isolated sandy coves. Get away from the crowds here, and enjoy some great diving opportunities.
Beaches are listed from West to East.
Impressive large bay sheltered and dominated by two large headlands. The town is a typically Spanish overgrown fishing village. More >
Almuñécar boasts several beautiful beaches with grey sand or pebbles and glorious clear blue waters, perfect for swimming and diving. More >
Enjoy Salobreña beach to sun bathe, or walk around the Peñon, the massive rock jutting out to sea. More >
Motril's coastal strip has several beaches, the two closest to the town itself being Playa Granada and Playa Poniente. More >
This is a very popular beach with lifeguards, showers, chiringuitos and pedalos for hire. More >
About beaches in Andalucia
Blue Flag Campaign started in 1987. Here you'll find a list of the Blue Flag Beaches in Andalucia and the Blue Flag Marinas. More >
Chiringuitos are bars on the beach. They serve drinks and food. Guide to the Beach Bars along the Costa del Sol.
Coasts of Andalucia
The Costa del Luz (Huelva) beaches tend to be long and wide, with fine golden sand.
The Costa del Sol is the most developed part of the Coast. The Mediterranean water is warm and safe. More >
The least well-known of the Costas, probably because the name is a recent creation for the coastline of Granada Province. Nevertheless it should not be overlooked. More >
Perhaps the most diverse of all the Costas. Everything from popular resorts to rocky coves which include some of the least visited beaches in Southern Spain. More >