Guadalmina beach is located between San Pedro de Alcantara and Estepona. A perfect beach to visit with the family as it has enough space. The extension of this part of the coast has 1500 meters long and 25 meters wide approximately.
Thanks to its good equipment and the amount of services it offers, Guadalmina beach has been awarded the Blue Flag distinction since 1992.
If you like history you should know that here you can find Roman ruins from the 3rd century AD, popularly known as Las Bóvedas. Next to these ruins you can see the Atalaya Tower, a tower that served as a defense during the sixteenth century. Both remains have been declared a Site of Cultural Interest.
The Guadalmina beach in Marbella is adapted for people with reduced mobility.
Moreover, if you feel like going out to enjoy a walk on the beach and a good meal, here you can find several restaurants dedicated to them.
The sand of Guadalmina beach is golden in colour and has a moderate swell. It is not classified as a high occupancy beach so it is a perfect place to relax from the coast of Marbella.
It also has a city bus service that goes to this space.