La Manga beaches - Spain

Beaches of La Manga, Spain

The La Manga Strip Peninsula South East Spain in Murcia and has become a very popular seaside holiday resort. Fantastic beaches internationally recognized sailing waters, pleasant climate and beautiful scenery all provide that very special combination with the Mediterranean Sea on one side and the Mar Menor Sea on the other. La Manga is a place that people return to year after year, it has a certain special feeling that you rarely get elsewhere and the chance to relax and enjoy the idyllic La Manga Strip beaches offering crystal clear waters on the Costa Calida

This unique up and coming holiday resort in South East Spain situated on the Costa Calida or The Warm Coast is an ideal location for beach and sea lovers with the Mar Menor on one side and the Mediterranean on the other it almost feels like an island with its Caribbean style Mediterranean beaches

Playa de Calblanque Beach

Protected natural beach of high landscape value. This beach is located within the regional park Parque Regional de Calblanque, one of the best preserved unspoilt natural landscapes on the coast. Its enormous natural wealth is based on its arid mountains, its long, ochre and golden-coloured beaches as well as its lonely coves, the formation of its fossil dunes, its white salt lakes and its mountain massifs, which contrast with the blue sea

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Playa del Pedrucho Beach

Around 1 miles long on the Mediterranean side of the La Manga Strip. It has a lifeguard, showers, and toilet facilities, and is in one of the busiest parts of La Manga. There are many restaurants and bars , so you will never be short of anything to eat or drink. There is a dive centre and you can hire sun beds and parasols. Popular with both residents and tourists.

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Puerto Bello Beach

Puerto Bello is a small beach right next to the sports harbour and is around 500 yards long. There are children of all nationalities engaging in water sports, and jet skis abound. As a result it can be very crowded and noisy. Car parking and showers are available, and there is a lifeguard on duty. If you want a quiet barbecue and to doze in the sun, this is definitely not the place to be.

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Playa Matasgordas Beach

At around two miles in length, this is one of the longest La Manga beaches in the area, and because of its size it can seem relatively quiet, even though it is popular. There are several places where you can hire windsurfing equipment and sailing boats. You can also hire sun beds and parasols and there are wooden walkways.

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Playa El Pudrimel Beach

The La Manga Beach of El Pudrimel has fine, grey sand, and is around 1,500 yards long. There are toilets and walkways in the summer, but there is little to do and few facilities.

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Playa Ensenada Del Esparto Beach

Around 1 miles long, this La Manga beach has fine grey sand, beach bars, foot washes, disabled facilities and a lifeguard.

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Playa Estacio Beach

Estacio Beach is 1 miles long and has fine golden sand. Described as “moderately busy” it has foot washes and walkways, a children’s play area, and parking together with access for disabled drivers.

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Playa El Arenal Beach

About a mile long Arenal Beach is in a built-up area and gets very busy. It has fine, golden sand, and has beach bars, wooden walkways, disabled access together with bathing chairs, and a children’s play area. Plenty of buses stop nearby.

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Playa El Pedruchillo Beach

Only 500 yards long, this La Manga beach has toilets, foot washes, facilities for the disabled, sun bed and parasol rental and beach bars.

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Playa De Poniente Beach

Around a half mile long, De Poniente beach has fine, golden sand and has beach bars, disabled access, wooden walkways, foot washes, and sun bed and parasol hire. It is in a highly residential area, and for this reason can be very crowded.

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Playa El Galan Beach

Somewhat under a half mile long with fine, golden sand. Described as a “medium occupancy” beach, it has the usual foot washes, toilets, and sun bed and parasol hire available.

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Playa Aliseoa Beach

About a half mile long with thick, heavy sand, Aliseoa Beach is medium occupancy. You can rent sun beds and parasols and there are foot washes and walkways. There is also a children’s play area and a water sports hire centre.

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Playa La Isla Beach

Only 500 yards long, La Isla beach can get very busy. The usual sunshades and loungers for hire and wooden walkways down to the water. Plenty of bars and restaurants and also a water sports hire centre make this La Manga beach a fun one for the adventurous.

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Playa Banco Del Tabal Beach

Around a mile long, this La Manga beach has fine, golden sands. It has foot washes, toilet facilities, ramps for disabled access, and several beach bars. Backing on to an urban area, it has high occupancy as a result.

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Playa Leveche Beach

Around a mile long, Leveche beach can get very busy as it has a large number of apartments nearby. There are foot washes, walkways, sunshade and lounger hire, disabled access and beach bars. There is also a water sports hire centre.

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Playa Las Antillas Beach

Las Antillas beach is only 500 yards long and has heavy sand and pebbles. It is a relatively quiet beach. There is parking in the streets behind it and it has toilets, foot washes, disabled access and a children’s play area.

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Playa Mistral Beach

This is a very short La Manga beach, only 250 yards long, and can get very crowded. It has thick, heavy sand, and a considerable number of facilities for such a small beach. There is a children’s play area, foot washes, disabled access, toilets, and bike parking. You can also hire pedalos, loungers and sunshades, and water sports equipment. In addition there is a restaurant, and you can also hire jet skis.

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Playa Chica Beach

Chica beach is about a mile long and has foot washes, toilets, disabled toilets and access, and sun bed, hammock and parasol hire. There is also bicycle parking and water sports equipment hire. For a nice ice cold drink, there are plenty of beach bars.

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Playa Veneziola Beach

Veneziola beach is around 1,500 yards long and has thick sand. It has toilets, waste bins and wooden walkways. You can hire sun beds, parasols, hammocks, and sporting equipment. There are foot washes, and several beach rentals in veneziola beach

From kilometre number 16,4 to 18,6. Runs along Veneziola Resort La Manga from Mar Menor 30380 San Javier

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Mar Menor, La Manga, Cartagena, Murcia, Spain