The N-340 road cuts a direct line whereas the coastline forms a circular plan. This is the first place since Malaga city tha the coast road N-340 does not sit right behind the beach. Instead there lies a few humdred metres of farmland. Almayte is a nearly 800-metre long beach which has four sections: Bajamar, Playa Madrid, El Hornillo and Playa Naturista. These Almayte beaches are bounded to the east by the River Velez.
Playa de Almate-Bajamar
Almayate is a natural beach with dark sand. Its isolation makes it stand out nature and silence. There is no beach front promenade yet. There are services in the form ofbeach bars. Chiringuito 'el buho' (the owl) is located here.
Playa Madrid and Playa El Hornillo
Very quiet and clean mainly accessed as residents at Camping Almayate which is not to be confused with the naturist camping a little further to the east. Cheringuito El Homillero, Cheringuito EL Tranki and Cheringuito La Isla de Tolo and Meremdero Playa de Vargas are located here. there is also an access road
Playa Naturista is home to the Almayata natutist campsite and is one of Andalucia’s well-known naturist beaches.
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