It is one of the longest beaches on the Costa del Sol, located between the towns of Mijas and Marbella, about 10 km east of downtown Marbella. It is a semi-urban beach of medium-fine, golden-brown sand, with rocks and moderate waves, located between El Bombo beach and Cabopino Marina and in front of the development with the same name.
You can practice diving and fishing there. It is a narrow, quiet beach in Marbella, characterized by its small and irregular inlets facing south. It has been certified with a “Blue Flag” since 2017 by the European Foundation for Environmental Education; this award is thanks to the quality of its waters and the many services it offers.
Facilities and temperature at Calahonda beach
It has a free parking area, although in the summer months it is usually full due to the high occupancy rate as it is a developed area. A large part of the promenade has a raised wooden boardwalk. It has barrier-free access for the disabled at various points.
The temperature can range from 8-10º C in the winter months, to 29-30º C in the summer. The average monthly water temperature ranges from 14-16º C in the coldest months, to 22-23º C in the hottest months.
It has numerous resorts, holiday developments and restaurants or beach bars adjacent to it. Gastronomy is predominantly baked fish and cocktails. There are some virgin areas of vegetation. Rental of deckchairs, sunbeds, sunshades and nautical equipment. Showers and toilets. Lifeguard service
Accommodation near Calahonda beach
The Hotel Lima is a 4 star hotel in Marbella where you can enjoy great service and the best beaches on the Costa del Sol. If you want to enjoy the old town, its gastronomy or the weather in Marbella, do not hesitate to stay with us.