The Burriana Beach, in Nerja, is considered by many, as the best beach of the Malaga town. It has a length of 800 meters of fine and golden sand. This beach has been awarded the Blue Flag 2021.
Although with difficult access, it does not disappoint anyone when going down to the end of the street Philippines by a steep slope and one finds this magnificent landscape.
Very popular with tourists for its known fame, it has a longest sea boulevard where you can find numerous and diverse shops, restaurants and bars. Its promenade called Antonio Merceroin, in honour of the producer of the popular television series of the 80s, Summer Blue, was shot in this town.
A beach with all services, with particular emphasis on water such as renting pedal boats, jet skis, kayaks and even a diving and paragliding centre with which you can enjoy a fun, full day of summer. It is recommended to make routes in kayak to the nearest beaches such as La Caleta de Maro.
A journey through the crystal clear waters in which you will visit some of the nearby caves, passing through small waterfalls falling from the cliffs. A different and spectacular sight not to be missed.
A curious service having the beach library, where you can borrow a book to read while you enjoy your day, exclusively providing some type of identification. Books in different languages like English, German, French or Italian. You can donate your book when you finish your holiday. This service also exists on the beaches of Torrecilla and Salon.
- Rental of boats
- Restaurants and bars
- Showers and public toilets
- Sunbeds, chairs and umbrellas
- Tennis Volleyball
- Access for disabled
- Rescue Equipment
HOW TO GET THERE
From Nerja centre, move towards the north in the direction of Av. Chimenea until finding on the left, the route of Burriana.
From Málaga centre, take Alameda de Capuchinos, Camino Del Colmenar, Av. de los Pascueros and Av. Guerrero Strachan towards A-7 taking the exit 295. Later, take 340 and Av. Chimenea towards the path of Burriana in Nerja.
- Reachable by bus
- Accessible to Handicapped People
- Water Sport Rentals
- Car Park
- Beach Restaurants
- Rescue Team
- Kiosks at Spas
- Beach Cleaning
- Local Police
- Red Cross post
- Warning Signs
- Rescue Service