Bahia De Las Negras

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Bahia De Las Negras
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Monica L
Barcelona, Spain91 contributions
Beautiful
Aug 2018 • Solo
I went around by bike. Nice views, nice for hi king too. The small mountains can be a little too sharp in some ateas to ride with a bike. Ideal for hiking.
Written August 4, 2018
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Giovanna Bannan
Dublin, Ireland114 contributions
Beautiful fish village.
Aug 2016 • Couples
Everything is great when you wake up and have nothing but the sea in front of you. My boyfriend and I spent the time of our lives in Las Negras. A little place in the south of Spain which reminds you that everything is great on the beach. Many options to eat, most of the people is very active during the night time but it is not a noisy and popular place to be on a Friday night it is a chill place. Relaxing and enjoying a drink while you hear the waves on the sea. There is not phamarcy at the town but the best thing to do is To hire a car and get more facilities in Fernan Perez or Campohermoso the closer neiborhoods. Definitely I'll go back again!
Written August 24, 2016
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RobertBovington
Roquetas de Mar, Spain3,966 contributions
The hippies were not there this time!
Dec 2015 • Couples
Las Negras gets its name from the shape and colour of the black hill that one can observe from the beach. It was formed by the solidification of volcanic lava.
On recent visits to Las Negras I was surprised to find it much cleaner and more attractive than on my first visit ten years ago. On that visit I was not impressed. It did have character but also lots of hippies. A group of them sat on the pavement playing guitars and flutes. A girl in a long floral dress with bare dirty feet was juggling. Others were selling jewellery on the promenade. Maybe the hippies only appear in the summer!
The more recent visits were in the Winter - November 2014 and December 2015. On both occasions, it was sunny and quite warm weather. And, on both occasions, we went for a pleasant walk along Calle Bahía de las Negras which despite its name is not really a road but a lovely coastal path.
There are plenty of bars and restaurants in the village. And plenty of places to park.
Written July 3, 2016
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NormaJulie
Newport, UK1,133 contributions
More a fishermans bay still had lots of rubble around the beach but it is off season for bathing
Feb 2016 • Friends
Good views on the aproach through the mountains of natural parklands. It's a small working yet tourist village very good to wander through off season in February but I can imagine it gets very busy in high season. As it was only us and a few caravan travellers were making the most of an overcast day.
Written February 5, 2016
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Melissa H
Olvera, Spain80 contributions
Mixed bag
Sep 2015 • Friends
This little bay is difficult to categorize. That it is remote and not over run is nice. The water is beautiful. Our hotel (Cala Chica) I like very much. However, the town has a tired, stoned abandoned feel to it. The beach is not very clean and is difficult to navigate because it is a stone beach not a sand beach. The one restaurant we have so far tried treated us as if we were bothering them with our business. It was dirty and it substiituted potatoe salad for the cheese we ordered without asking our wishes. Just flung it on the table, swimming in mayonaise from a squeeze bottle. Best event so far: boat excursion of the coastline with the rubber boats and our excellent guide, Juan (Rubio). Totally worth the money. He gave us a joyful tour of the loves of the coastline, peeping into turquoise caves and letting us swim in a secret cove as long as we wanted, in perfect water with gorgeous fish. As far as a swimming experience, the beach of Cala San Pedro was much nicer than the beach of Las Negras, but it is a hippie beach with lots of nudist squatters, and there is no trash collection so guess where the trash could be found...yes, floating in the water. Nonetheless, there the water itself was brilliant turquoise, warm and soothing. The bathers were either friendly or unobjectionable. Families with children mixed harmoniously with aging nudist stoners the color of tobacco spit. There we had a nice day. We will not likely return to Las Negras for more than sleeping in our lovely hotel.
Written September 2, 2015
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Arne S
London, UK266 contributions
Great setting but tacky seafront
Oct 2014 • Couples
We were surprised how dirty the seafront area still is in las Negras. This is our second visit over 4 years and there has been no improvement. In October when we visited there is very little joice of restaurant bars. Either you go to some rather tacky bars or you visit the excellent La Palma sea food restaurant. The seafront area are is full of litter but the beach looked clean. Las Negras has one of the nicest positions in Cabo de Gata area and it is hard to understand why the authorities dont clean it up.
Written October 22, 2014
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steph346
Le Perreux-sur-Marne, France66 contributions
Myu Bien
May 2014 • Family
Very beautiful beach, not crowed. Watch out dogs poo everywhere!
Nice water, nice people in the cafe and shops
Written May 12, 2014
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