Carvajal Beach belongs to the district of Fuengirola, one of the main tourist destinations along the Costa del Sol.
450 metres long and approximately 35 metres wide, Carvajal beach is known for its coarse dark sand and pebbles, and its calm water. It is a fairly busy beach, especially on the western side.
Bright sun shades available for rent add colour to the spot, and if you do not have your own car, the train leaves you right opposite the beach.
The receipt of the Blue Flag Award in 2017 makes it a beach of unquestionable quality. The criteria for the award are divided into four categories: environmental education and information, water quality, environmental management, safety and services.
- Own car park
- Rental of hammocks, sun loungers and sun shades
- Cafeteria and restaurant
HOW TO GET THERE
Easily accessible on foot, to get to Carvajal beach by car from Fuengirola, the simplest option is to take the A-7 and then turn onto the N-340. The journey takes approximately 15 minutes.
From Malaga city centre, take the A-7, and the drive takes approximately 45 minutes.
- Reachable by bus
- Reachable by train
- Access to the Footbridge
- Water Sport Rentals
- Car Park
- Kiosks at Spas
- Beach Cleaning
- Local Police
- Warning Signs