Rincon de la Victoria Beaches
An overview of the principal beaches in Rincon de la Victoria municipal district which is east of Malaga city and the largest town on the Eastern Costa de Sol. Rincon de la Vistoria's beaches have not received a Blue flag since 2015.
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Playa Cala del Moral
Those arriving at Playa Cala del Moral having walked along the coastal path of beach from Malaga district to the west negotaiting the little rock coves will feel like they have now arrived back in civilisation. Playa Cala del Moral is an expanisive beach 1km long and average 40m wide. with all the facilities expected. Public showers and toilets, subbeds, and several beach bars to choose from.
The seafront promenade is complete. An arts centre called Sala de Exposiciones Marenosotrom is located in an old railway station building. Follow the footpath to the Punto del Canal headland and you will clearly see it follows the old railway line and passes throuch a couple of tunnels. The narrow guage railway was built in 1908 by 'Compañia Ferrocarriles Surbanos de Málaga', a company of Belgium capital from Malaga to Velez-Malaga . It was nationalised in 1938, became FEVE in 1965 and closed in 1968. Climb the steps up the Punto del Canal headland for some good photographs.
Playa Rincon de la Victoria
This is the principla beach that fronts the town of Rincon de la Victoria. Just over 2.500m long it is one of the longest on the coast. Nice family beach with shallow water great for kids to splash about in. Busy in the summer especially at weekends. Plenty of space, lifeguards, showers, toilets and beach bars distributed caefully along its entire length. Backed by a pedestrian promenade for 70%. In the east the tiled promenade becomes a track. Average width 30m. Popular beach.
The eastern end of this beach is marked by the old Railway station and the dry river bed of Rio de Benagalbon.
Playa de Torre de Benagalbon
East of Rio de Benagalbon the beach becomes Playa de Torre de Benagalbon. This is a quiter beach and mainly visitied by residents of the area. The beach has an easy access and car parkings spots are available. You can also find chiringuito seafood restaurants. it is a semi-urban beach for Benagalbon which is a district of Rincon. This beach did gain a blue flag once in 2017.
The Añoreta course is 1km inland form here. The beach is names after the watchtower that stands on the hill. There is no promenade at the back of the back of the beach which is one block from the N-340a
Playa de los Rubios
The easternmost beach in Rincón de la Victoria is Playa de los Rubios, adjacent to the neighboring municipality of Vélez-Málaga. It is more than a kilometer long and only about 20 meters wide. Visited by with local families as it is quieter than the other beaches and parking is not a problem. The beach officially terminates at Arroyo de Santillan
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