La Rada Beach is in the town of Estepona, and is the most visited by both locals and visitors to this town on the Malaga coast.
La Rada Beach is a long stretch measuring more than 2 and a half kilometres, with fine grey sand, and a large number of services are offered along this lengthy promenade.
It is the Estepona beach par excellence, and has a lifeguard service to ensure the safety of bathers'.
Next to the main streets of the town, it is the perfect option for those wishing to visit the town. The promenade is also a hub of activity in the summer months, and you can try the typical paella or the famous sardine espetos from Malaga in the beach bars.
- Suitable for disabled persons
- Public toilets and showers
- Rental of hammocks, sun loungers and sun shades
- Beach Bars
- Rental of water sport equipment
HOW TO GET THERE
90 kilometres from Malaga city centre, to get to this beach take the A-7 motorway towards Marbella, crossing it and other towns including Torremolinos. Leave the A-7 at junction 153 and continue to Estepona, through which the road passes.
Estepona is less than 12 km from its best-known beach, la Rada, and there is no need to go along any toll roads to get there. Just follow the AP-7 to the Avenida de España.
- Reachable by bus
- Accessible to Handicapped People
- Water Sport Rentals
- Car Park
- Beach Restaurants
- Rescue Team
- Surveillance Equipment
- Beach Cleaning
- Local Police
- Red Cross post
- Warning Signs
- Rescue Service