- Reachable by train
- Water Sport Rentals
- Car Park
- Beach Restaurants
- Surveillance Equipment
- Foot Shower
- Beach Cleaning
- Local Police
- Warning Signs
- Rescue Service
Álamos Beach, in Torremolinos, despite being hidden and having a low turnout, its access is simple (it is located next to the N340). It is linked to Peñoncillo beach and features sand with vegetation, moderate waves and cleaning services, plus parking. This beach has been awarded the Blue Flag 2021.
Golden sand and moderate waves, has an area of 1,500 meters long and 60 meters wide. The Los Alamos Beach is perfect for enjoying summer days for its many activities, it is ideal for kite surf and relaxing in one of the chill out pubs that are found there.
Since in 2004, its new promenade was inaugurated, Los Alamos has urban furniture, trees and shrubs that provide a pleasant environment for its visitors.
At Los Alamos, you can do activities to unwind in outdoors in groups, such as pilates, this sport combined with views will provide a complete relaxation of body and mind, charging your energy for rest of the day. For more sporty people, there are also more intense activities such as HIIT workouts. Without doubt, the best gym is outdoors.
If you prefer to do water activities, certainly being still on your beach. The myriad of water activities you can do are countless, and in the way that you choose, individually or in groups, that wakes up your adrenalin or allow you to relax. Try the Great Shark or see the coast of Torremolinos in the Para Sailing.
¿Are you going with your small kids? The pedal boats are the best activity for the whole family.
If this seems little to you, you can also enjoy water bikes, bananas, jet boat ...All that you can image on the same beach.
But the entertainment of this beach does not end here, nor when the sun sets, well the wide range of beach clubs will make you enjoy the evening in the best environment. We emphasize on:
Kokun OceanClub: a club where you can enjoy the beach day and night, food and the best cocktails. With a Zen environment that conforms to the natural environment around you, you can relax if you are looking forward to it. It also has a fairly wide range of sports, such as beach volleyball, body pump and pilates. There are also competitions of paddle surfing, kite surfing and windsurfing.
La Playa Summer Club (Summer Club Beach): relax on Balinese beds watching the sea is possible, thanks to this beach club on the banks of the coast. Eat, drink and enjoy the music, the atmosphere and the environment.
Sol Beach Club: enjoying the sun during the day is quite simple, but doing it at night not so much. Therefore, this club will allow you to relax during the day with the best chill out music and enjoy the evening with the best atmosphere and the most varied music. With an Oriental touch decor, you can taste sushi and creations that blend Mediterranean and Oriental food. If you want to give a VIP touch to your stay, request a Balinese bed, you will not regret.
Finally, it is worth mentioning that in July, Los Alamos Beach Fest is organized, a festival of music and entertainment on the beach, claim for all lovers of electronic music. In addition to bringing international artists of great prestige, staging carried out makes it an impressive show where you'll see trapeze artists, fire, mapping ...
- Rescue team
- Cafeteria and Restaurants
- Chill Out Pubs
- Rent of water sports equipment
- Showers and public bathrooms
- Access adapted for disabled persons
HOW TO GET THERE
From Torremolinos, you can easily get to this beach in car from the highway AP-7 to join the promenade later, or through AP-7 following the street Costa Rica.
From Málaga, you will reach Los Álamos in less than half an hour through MA-20, or taking the avenida de Valle Inclán to later join MA-20.
From the city centre also, you can get to this beach through public transport, thanks to the local train of RENFE C1, which you can board from Centro Alameda direction Fuengirola and can get off at Los Álamos, where you can get to the beach walking in 5 minutes.
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