Calaburras Lighthouse beach

El Faro Beach - Mijas Beaches

1380 meters

10 meters

Medium

Semi-urban

Seafront

Calm

Nude

Vegetation

Protected

Blue flag

Accessible

Lifeguard

City bus

Parking

The Calaburras lighthouse beach is located at the eastern end of the town of Mijas.

The length of the Faro de Calaburras is 1380 meters and its environment is semi-urban.

A beach in the town of Mijas in Malaga, it is mainly made up of sand and rock. The waves are moderate and the water is calm.

Faro de Calaburras beach has access for people with reduced mobility, as well as the possibility of renting hammocks.

Do you like water sports? This beach is perfect for surfing.

You may have guessed that the name of this beach is due to the lighthouse at the end of it. At the base of the Calaburras lighthouse begins a short promenade that borders the beach and leads to the end of the village of Mijas.

Calaburras Point has always been described as a rocky area well known for its dangerousness to navigation.

Situation of the Calaburras Lighthouse beach

Services of the Calaburras Lighthouse beach

Toilets

Showers

Litter bins

Cleaning service

Restaurants

Hammocks

Nautical rentals

Nautical area

Diving

Water Sports

Children's playground

Sports zone

One thing you didn't know about Calaburras Lighthouse beach

At this point there is an archaeological site, where you can distinguish

  • Wreck of the Columns
  • Dutch Wreck
  • Calaburras Canyons