Quiet beach with warm water, although the sand is dark and thick, it does not stick to the skin, it is also little traveled and is approximately 1km wide. It ends at Cala de la Sardina.
This beach is part of the same hill as Playa del Negro. The low cliffs stop before, and in this way, a straight beach 30m wide has been created.It doesn’t have a lifeguard or hammocks. You can see the calmest people even in topless, of all ages, you walk around and nobody looks at you, I felt a lot of freedom on this beach in particular.
Parking is good. If you come from the highway without being able to access the beach, you must enter through the Playa Paraíso urbanization. It is better to park there. In Playa Paraíso you will find a very pretty cove and another good beach. It goes in the opposite direction towards Malaga, to Estepona.
And you can take whatever you want both to lie down and to eat. There are rubbish bins and it is not usually saturated with people.