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All reviews bars and restaurants long promenade on duty popular with locals out of season beautiful promenade spanish town plenty of space tapas great fun sand children port breakwater parts bus lifeguards
Beautiful little cove at the far end of Garrucha
Lovely sandy little cove
Very popular with the Spanish when we visited in October there were no sunbeds but we were told in the summer that they were provided by the beach bar
Brilliant for fishing...More
Just to let everyone know that the inflatable "water park" located in the sea at this beach is absolutely awful. It may look ok from the shore but once you get out to it you will soon realise you have been conned. The inflatable obstacles...More
More and more people starting to arrive for the festival of fire this evening. An event which happens yearly on 23rd June.
It’s still in late 20s at 8.15pm.
The main event being starting at midnight. Such a shame as I’m sure many don’t stay...More
We walked the beautiful promenade in the early evening and were impressed. Very clean and well used by families. The beach was a little empty due to the time of day, but from our boat it looked very impressive the next day.
More of a Spanish town than nearby Mojacar with its more international population, Garrucha beach is great for families, especially the section behindo the breakwater. The harbour is often very interesting too. H
Can anyone help we are thinking of going to Garrucha in Sept 2006 and would like to know if the sea is safe for children to swim in. No website mention the sea but the pictures always show quite rough seas. Many thanks
January 23, 2006|
Garrucha is a fishing port with a beach which is kept clean. In September you will probably only have lifeguards on duty at the weekends, but this shouldn't be a problem as there is a small bay enclosed by the harbour where you get several large boats docking per week which doesn't get too rough. There's a playground on the beach, too. There are some excellent seafood restaurants along the promenade. The sea on the coastline & beach towards Mojacar can get very rough, it seems to get...More