Apartamentos Costa Tropical

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

Calle Maestro Leonardo S/N, Antigua, 35610, es
Hotel Globales Costa Tropical
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Short Coastal Break in July

by 12Jo

My husband and I are looking to get away for a relaxing short break in July. We're hoping to find somewhere by the sea, not to far from an airport, that is authentic. All we want to do is eat in real Spanish restaurants, stay in a clean and quiet hotel, have some pleasant scenery to look at and be able to spend our time ambling around. Any suggestions that don't break the bank would be appreciated.

RE: Short Coastal Break in July

by aaaarrgh

Malaga Airport is one of the busiest and most accessible. Head east to the Costa Tropical for places that are less full of British lager louts. Almunecar and Nerja were pleasant towns, Almunecar less tourist orientated than its neighbour, but pretty all the same. I'm sure there are other places further along the coast that are nice. There are regular buses from Malaga.

Beaches in the South of Spain

by catch_liz

Hi everyone,

Just wondering if anyone could tell me of any nice beaches in the south of spain. I've heard of the ones close to Barcelona but wanted to know of any further down the coast. Or maybe suggest any good coastal towns.

Also, might be a long shot, but does any know of any restuarant in the south of spain that is located directly on a beach? where the tables are actually on the sand? actually anywhere in spain. it will be a nice surprise for the boyfriend.

Thanks VTers!!!

Liz x

Re: Beaches in the South of Spain

by paulie_007

Hi,

I live in southern Spain (just south of costa del sol), and I can safely say that the best beaches are near Cadiz(atlantic coast).

Tarifa is a surfing mecca , very cool town full of surfing dudes.

The beaches going north up to the town of cadiz around chiclana are wonderfull , very safe , very long and quite compared with the rest of Spain.

Cadiz is the regional capital which is buzzing at night but not like Yob type culture of the other costas.

The costa del sol around Gibraltar/La Linea de la concepcion/Sotogrande (med coast)have also long, clean and excellent beaches, and good night life.

The further you go up the coast passing Estepona towards malaga is where the English and Germans all go, "blackpool with Sun"

:-)

Re: Beaches in the South of Spain

by piano_007

Hi,
First want to tell you that Barcelona is in Northern Spain.
But there is a nice beach.
The beach restaurants are called 'chiringuito' and there are lots of them on the coasts.
If you want to visit the southern coasts you will have to go to Andalusia.
I did visit a few chiringuitos in southern Spain in places like: Aguadulce and Roquetas de Mar (costa Almeria),Chipiona and Novo Sancti Petri(costa de la Luz),and in Almuñecar( costa Tropical) but this last one has a rocky beach.
All of them serve good fresh seafood. Bur prices are higher than other restaurants.

Re: Beaches in the South of Spain

by blint

I agree with what everyone told you. I live in cadiz and the best beaches can be found around here. Cadiz is an urban beach and gets crowded in summer especially on a sunday. Try Boloñia (only backed by a few beach bars and roman ruins) or Los caños de Meca. You will be able to eat in any beach bar with your feet in the sand, don't worry. Though I hope you like fried fish because that's what they serve (however, it is different to English fried fish).

I have photos of both these places and more on my cadiz page if you want to have a quick look. Or I can send you more if you like.

Re: Beaches in the South of Spain

by scrubmuncher

down towards Almeria are the quiet unspoilt sands and coves, little fishing villages and all the things you wont find in the more built up areas. Its a hell of a way to drive from Barcelona though.

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Address: Calle Maestro Leonardo S/N, Antigua, 35610, es