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Beaches


Mojacar has 17 kilometers of coastline that runs from the “Rambla de la Granatilla”, in the beautiful village of Sopalmo, to “Marina de la Torre”, which borders Garrucha.
   

Granatilla Cove

This small cove is named after the reddish brown color of its sand, which is almost garnet. It is a totally isolated cove where you are likely to meet people who practice naturism.
 
Granatilla Cove (Mojacar)
 
Length: 250 m
Average width: 20 m
Composition: Gravel/Sand
Colour: Brown
Grain: Coarse
Occupation: Low
Type: Virgin
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      
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Sombrerico Cove

This cove owes its name to a rock that reaches into the sea. It is a cove often used in filming, where Orson Welles shot several scenes of Treasure Island in 1972.
 
El Sombrerico Cove (Mojacar)
 
Length: 350 m
Average width: 15 m
Composition: Gravel/Sand
Colour: Dark gray
Grain: Coarse
Occupation: Low
Type: Virgin
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

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Bordenares Cove

It is a small cove with a mixture of rock of volcanic origin and fine sand, that lacks in services and in which naturism is practiced.
 
Bordenares Cove (Mojacar)
 
Length: 600 m
Average width: 20 m
Composition: Gravel/Sand
Colour: Dark gray
Grain: Coarse
Occupation: Low
Type: Virgin
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      
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El Peñon Cove

Also known as El Perulico Cove. It is a very small virgin cove located at the foot of the Perulico Tower. It lacks facilities and its waters are calm and crystal clear.
 
El Peñon Cove (Mojacar)
 
Length: 35 m
Average width: 10 m
Composition: Stones/Gravel
Colour: Dark gray
Grain: Coarse
Occupation: Low
Type: Virgin
Parking: Yes
Bus: No
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
   
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Macenas Beach

This beach owes its name to the Macenas Tower, which was built in 1765, during the reign of Carlos III. It is an extensive beach of rocks and gray sand, located in a beautiful natural environment, and that results in low levels of visitors.
 
Macenas Beach (Mojacar)
 
Length: 600 m
Average width: 50 m
Composition: Gravel/Sand
Colour: Gray
Grain: Medium
Occupation: Low
Type: Semi-urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
   
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Venta del Bancal Beach

This beach takes its name from an old restaurant located in this place. It is a wide sandy beach, easily accessible and equipped with all the necessary services for the enjoyment of your vacation.
 
Venta del Bancal Beach (Mojacar)
 
Length: 300 m
Average width: 45 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Gray
Grain: Thin
Occupation: High
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: Yes
Anchoring zone: Yes
 
      

      

      
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Las Ventanicas Beach

It is a wide sandy beach with easy access and communication. It has multiple services for the enjoyment of the whole family.
 
Las Ventanicas Beach (Mojacar)
 
Length: 1,000 m
Average width: 70 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Gray
Grain: Thin
Occupation: High
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: Yes
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

      

      
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Cueva del Lobo Beach

It is a small easily accessible beach, located between Las Ventanicas Beach and El Lance Nuevo Beach. It owes its name to one of the first buildings that were built in this area around the 1960s.
 
Cueva del Lobo Beach (Mojacar)
 
Length: 200 m
Average width: 30 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Gray
Grain: Medium
Occupation: Low
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: Yes
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

      

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El Lance Nuevo Beach

Also known as Lance del Cantal Beach, it is a small beach of sand and boulders. Its name is due to the fishing activity that took place there.
 
El Lance Nuevo Beach (Mojacar)
 
Length: 200 m
Average width: 60 m
Composition: Gravel/Sand
Colour: Gray
Grain: Coarse
Occupation: Medium
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: Yes
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

      

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El Cantal Beach

It is a beach that has large numbers of visitors, as it is equipped with all kinds of services and has easy access. It takes its name from the large stone of the cantal, located in front of the campsite.
 
El Cantal Beach (Mojacar)
 
Length: 900 m
Average width: 40 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Dark gray
Grain: Medium
Occupation: High
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: Yes
 
      

      

      

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Vista de los Angeles Beach

It is located between El Cantal Beach and La Piedra Villazar Beach, and has easy access for visitors. This beach is surrounded by multiple services and leisure offers.
 
Vista de los Angeles Beach (Mojacar)
 
Length: 300 m
Average width: 25 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Dark gray
Grain: Medium
Occupation: Medium
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

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La Piedra Villazar Beach

It is a beach located in the vicinity of the “Parador de Turismo de Mojacar” which takes its name from the rocky structure nestled on its sands: the beautiful Villazar stone.
 
La Piedra Villazar Beach (Mojacar)
 
Length: 300 m
Average width: 25 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Dark gray
Grain: Medium
Occupation: High
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

      

      
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El Descargador Beach

This beach owes its name to an old ore loading platform, which is now totally defunct. It is an easily accessible beach.
 
El Descargador Beach (Mojacar)
 
Length: 300 m
Average width: 70 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Dark gray
Grain: Medium
Occupation: Medium
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

      

      
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El Palmeral Beach

It is a beach with good access where you can enjoy various restaurants, bars, as well as areas for children and basketball courts.
 
El Palmeral Beach (Mojacar)
 
Length: 500 m
Average width: 60 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Gray
Grain: Medium
Occupation: Low
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

      
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La Rumina Beach

This beach is located near the quieter residential area of Mojacar, next to the mouth of the Aguas river. It is a wide sandy beach with good access.
 
La Rumina Beach (Mojacar)
 
Length: 300 m
Average width: 70 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Gray
Grain: Medium
Occupation: Low
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

      
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Marina de la Torre Beach

This beach is located next to the protected area of the lagoon in the Aguas river, from which a beautiful panoramic view of the town of Mojacar can be observed. It is located in front of the old Palace of the Navy, built in 1907. Today it is restored and has been converted into a hotel.
 
Marina de la Torre Beach (Mojacar)
 
Length: 800 m
Average width: 55 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Gray
Grain: Medium
Occupation: High
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

      

      

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    Blue flag

    Showers or footwash

    Litter bins

    Water activities
 

        Access for the disabled

        Sports areas

        Rental of hammocks

        Nudist area
 

            Toilets

            Children's areas

           Restaurant areas

           Protected area