Pulpí - Beaches

Beaches


Discover here the characteristics of all the beaches of Pulpi to enjoy your holidays in the province of Almeria.
   

Los Nardos Beach

It is a medium-sized beach where rocks, gravel and sand alternate.
 
Los Nardos Beach (Pulpi - Almeria)
 
Length: 500 m
Average width: 20 m
Composition: Gravel/Sand
Colour: Dark
Grain: Coarse
Occupation: Low
Type: Semi-urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

   
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La Entrevista Beach

It is an isolated beach whose composition is sand and gravel, located between the urban centers of Pozo del Esparto and Bellavista.
 
La Entrevista Beach (Pulpi - Almeria)
 
Length: 1,000 m
Average width: 20 m
Composition: Gravel/Sand
Colour: Dark
Grain: Coarse
Occupation: Low
Type: Semi-urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

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Calipso Beach

This beach is also known as San Juan de los Terreros. It is a small urbanized beach of golden sand and shallow and calm waters.
 
Calipso Beach (Pulpi - Almeria)
 
Length: 250 m
Average width: 25 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Golden
Grain: Thin
Occupation: High
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: Yes
Anchoring zone: Yes
 
      

      

   
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Mar Serena Beach

The Mar Serena Beach is backed by an extensive promenade. The point that separates the beaches of the Mar Serena and the Mar Rabiosa is a large rock called "El Pichirichi".
 
Mar Serena Beach (Pulpi - Almeria)
 
Length: 700 m
Average width: 35 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Golden
Grain: Thin
Occupation: High
Type: Semi-urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: Yes
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

      

      
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Mar Rabiosa Beach

It is, together with the Mar Serena Beach, the most famous and busy beach of San Juan de los Terreros. It is a small beach of golden sand with shallow and calm waters, although usually more moved than the waters of the Mar Serena Beach.
 
Mar Rabiosa Beach (Pulpi - Almeria)
 
Length: 250 m
Average width: 20 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Golden
Grain: Thin
Occupation: High
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: Yes
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

      

   
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It is a small cove located between the Mar Rabiosa Beach and the Tia Antonia Cove.
 
El Rincon de los Nidos Cove (Pulpi - Almeria)
 
Length: 20 m
Average width: 10 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Golden
Grain: Thin
Occupation: Medium
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
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Tia Antonia Cove

It is a small cove of golden sand and calm and crystalline waters, very frequented by families and nearby inhabitants.
 

 
Length: 75 m
Average width: 20 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Golden
Grain: Thin
Occupation: Medium
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      
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Cuartel Cove

It is a small cove located in a residential area of San Juan de los Terreros. It has calm, crystalline and shallow waters, which gives it a strong family character.
 

 
Length: 75 m
Average width: 20 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Golden
Grain: Thin
Occupation: Medium
Type: Urban
Parking: No
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

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Costa Tranquila Cove

Also called "La Fernanda". It is a small cove located in a residential area of San Juan de los Terreros very quiet and pleasant.
 

 
Length: 75 m
Average width: 20 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Golden
Grain: Thin
Occupation: Medium
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      

   
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Invencible Cove

It is a small cove of singular beauty, located in a residential area of San Juan de los Terreros. It is also known as "The Lizards Beach", since two lizards are taxed on its rocks.
 
Invencible Cove (Pulpi - Almeria)
 
Length: 35 m
Average width: 20 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Golden
Grain: Thin
Occupation: Medium
Type: Urban
Parking: Yes
Bus: Yes
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
      
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Las Palmeras Beach

It is an extensive beach located at the mouth of La Rambla de las Palmeras.
 
Las Palmeras Beach (Pulpi - Almeria)
 
Length: 1,000 m
Average width: 20 m
Composition: Gravel/Sand
Colour: Beige
Grain: Coarse
Occupation: Medium
Type: Isolated
Parking: Yes
Bus: No
Promenade: No
Anchoring zone: No
 
   
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Los Cocedores Beach

Its name is because at the beginning of the 20th century there was a natural esparto cooker. It is the last beach in the province of Almeria and it is also known as “Cala Cerrada”.
 
Playa de los Cocedores (Águilas, Murcia)
 
Length: 150 m
Average width: 20 m
Composition: Sand
Colour: Beige
Grain: Thin
Occupation: High
Type: Isolated
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