Torrevigía Beach is in the Malaga district of Benalmádena, just 3 kilometres from the Marina.
On the Costa del Sol, Benalmádena has almost 20 kilometres of sandy and shingle shores and palm groves making up a total of 17 beaches. Torrevigía beach is one of the quietest in the area. It has formed in a small nook on the Malaga coastline, sheltered between two holiday apartment complexes overlooking the sea.
350 metres long and 35 metres wide, Torrevigía Beach is one of the smallest and busiest beaches in Benalmádena. It is near to Selwo Marina Delfinarium and Tivoli World, making Torrevigía Beach recommended for families.
The receipt of the Blue Flag Award in 2016 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.
- Cafeteria and restaurant
- Rental of hammocks, sun loungers and sun shades
HOW TO GET THERE
Access to Torrevigía Beach is easy. From Benalmádena by car, take the Avenida Mare Nostrum. The journey takes approximately 12 minutes. Alternatively go along the Ronda del Golf Este.
It is also possible to get there on foot and the walk takes approximately 40-50 minutes.
There are also several ways to get there from by car from Malaga city centre. Take the MA-20 and then the AP-7, leaving at junction 222. The journey takes approximately 37 minutes. Alternatively take the A-7 towards Arrabal de Santangelo. This route takes around 45 minutes, depending on the traffic.