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Coming from another part of Andalucia - Malaga (east) the beaches here are truely a delight and made of dreams. The sand is gorgeous soft white sand. The beach is littered with shells and conchas. can't wait to come back and visit in the summer.
Sadly this has been true for so much of Spain . People just drop their litter , throw it from their cars ,walk past it .
We picked up a large bag of plastic cups, bags, bottles and waste walking to and from the beach...More
Awesome little spot off the beaten path if you get tired of the historical streets of Seville or on your way thru. Pretty much a Holliday spot for sevillians. But as a international you'll be greeted with open arms. The beach is so massive. You...More
We walked along the coast by taking the road from the town to east until the development ends - plenty of car parking is available. A stunningly beautiful deserted beach backed by sand dunes. You can walk for miles and miles. The sea is quite...More
While the beach is lovely and goes on for miles and miles the same can not be said about the very modern and ugly town. The restaurants are almost all the same and while they do do some good food it's catering to the tourists....More
I was on September with my girlfriend and was incredible.
Really quiet area and the landscape is amazing.
You can find nature, relax and enjoying.
The local restaurants are reall5 cheap and they have and excellent food.
One of the best beaches of the south
Wonderful, beautiful beach! Not crowded, beach & water is clean, and the water is warmer than at the beach in Cadiz. And it's way closer to Seville where we were staying. We lazed around and played in the waves.
The restaurants nearby are ok, not...More
Cold wind and many places were closed the to this being a beach community. BUT, if you want to be alone to walk the beach and explore the dunes it is a great time, just dress for the weather. Drawback is there was some damaged...More
We were staying in Seville and decided on an afternoon at the beach so drove the 80km (1 hour) to Matalascanas. A beautiful place, but to say it was like a ghost town would be an understatement, we probably saw 4 or 5 people the...More
It is the closest beach to Seville, I thought it's not too bad at all.. We went there on a Saturday and it's quite a crowd of family and locals sun bathing and relaxing. I think it's quite normal for folks to sun bathed half...More