One of the protected areas of the city of Malaga. The Guadalhorce beach is located at the mouth of the same name. This beach is located in the district of Churriana.
Guadalhorce beach is dark sand and has a length of 950 meters and an average width of 60 meters. A very quiet beach of the city that is usually visited by people from Malaga.
The environment and space of Guadalhorce beach has been declared a natural area due to its high environmental value. This protected area has 64 hectares and allows the settlement of many species that live there. Did you know that this place is one of the main routes for birds migrating through Africa and Europe?
This beach is located outside the area considered to be urban. Due to its enclave, this part of the Malaga coast can only be accessed through the access road to the Port of Malaga.
It does not have the Blue Flag badge, but it does have surveillance equipment during the summer season. On Guadalhorce beach it is not possible to rent sunbeds or parasols. Nor does it have availability of rental of nautical equipment.
Situation of the Guadalhorce beach
Services of the Guadalhorce beach
One thing you didn't know about Guadalhorce beach
Did you know that Churriana is one of the districts of Malaga? Historically, this was an independent municipality until 1999 when it was recognized as part of the city. The Guadalhorce beach belonged to this municipality.
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