|Playa San Pedro de Alcantara and long seafront promenade.|
Playa Lindavista lies to the west.
Playa San Pedro de Alcantara
This is the long straight and wide beach backed by a seafront promenade, cycle path and a quiet urban access road. This beach is never crouded due to its size.
The beach offers full services including a Red Cross first aid post.
Its high standards of cleanliness and excellent facilities are often recognised by the Blue Flag award.
There is no car park specifically for this beach but there is ample parking on both sides of the street that runs along the entire length of the beach. There are also cycle paths alongside the roads.
The San Pedro and Marbella Seafront Promenade now nearly 12km. From the Bajadilla fishing port - Marbella town centre - El Ancon - Rio Verde - Puerto Banus - San Pedro. It is part of the Senda Litoral de Malaga (Malaga Coastal Path) a projected 163km path following the entire coast of Malaga province from Manilva to Nerja. Once completed, this long-distance path will be a major tourist attraction for the Costa del Sol, and for Andalucia.
There are a number of chiringuitos, or in to be more correct restaurants which are built on the Paseo Maritimo. From west to east, the upmarket Bora Bora with full restaurant and swimmming pool facilities (Prince William and Harry came to the Bora Bora beach in 1997 to ride on the jet skis). Restaurant Pescera de San Pedro from the popular Marbella chain built in early 2000's. Reataurant El Nini, Restaurant El Abrevadero, Restaurant Flamingo Beach, Restaurant Hawaii - Kai, Alabardero Club de Playa with swimming pool, and finally at the east end on the beach wooden Chiringuito Kala Kalua.
Playa Cortijo Blanco to the east.