Playas Benalmádena – Four different beaches


Playa Bil Bil

Playa Bil Bil starts at the Bil Bil fort – a well-known attraction in Benalmádena. Built in 1927, the fort has had many different owners until the state took it over in the 80s. Now a cultural centre, the fort is designed in Arabic style, rich in ornamentation, and is therefore often used for weddings and various exhibitions.

The beach is half a kilometre long and is located between Santa Ana beach and Arroyo de Miel. The calm waters, fine sand and many facilities make Bil Bil a perfect family beach. You can of course rent sunbeds and the beach is wheelchair accessible with ramps.

Playa Torrebermeja Benalmadena

Playa Torrebermeja is a popular beach in Benalmadena and is Blue Flag categorised. The Blue Flag is an environmental award that demonstrates the area’s and beach’s commitment to both people and the environment.

Its central location and the large green areas around the beach attract many people to visit the playa. Find a spot in the shade – you’ll need a break from the hot Spanish sun.

The beach is about 700 metres long and popular with all age groups. It offers facilities for various sports activities such as volleyball and football. The nearby Puerto Marina harbour offers various day trips and other activities, such as dolphin watching and buffet restaurants.

Strandpromenaden i Torrebermeja
Stranden Torrebermeja

Playa Malapesquera

Playa Malapesquera is also a good option to visit if you like sports. There are specific beach areas dedicated only to sports, and you can hire all the equipment on site. In addition to sports equipment, you can of course rent sunbeds and there are plenty of showers and toilets. If you walk, it takes about 10 minutes to reach the beach from the centre of Benalmadena.

Playa Las Viaborillas Benalmádena

Playa Las Viborillas in Benalmadena is a “hidden” gem with a fantastic location. The playa is very small and secluded, and looks like a tropical island. The beach can be difficult to find and is accessed by stairs The easiest way to find it is through Goggle Maps.

The lush vegetation and rocks that help hide this beach from the road give the feeling of being on an island in the Caribbean. The sea in the bay is very calm, making it a good beach for families with children.

The beach offers toilets, showers and sunbed hire but unfortunately it is not wheelchair accessible due to its remote location – the only way to reach the beach is by stairs.

Trappan ner till stranden

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