This is one of the beaches in Marbella that is closest to the city center. Located in an urban area, just 500 meters from the most popular and glamorous avenue in Spain, Ricardo Soriano Avenue, which is full of luxury shops, boutiques, cafés, restaurants, etc.
The city’s long promenade starts from this beach. It is 850 meters long and 40 meters wide on average. It consists of two bays; a smaller one on the left next to the fishing port and a larger one on the right. The children’s playground and the shallow entrance to the sea water make it an ideal beach for families. Safety is provided by the lifeguards who, under their supervision, allow jumping into the sea from the rocks of the breakwaters that border the larger of the two bays. There are a couple of restaurants, one on the sand and another on the promenade, that serve typical local dishes as well as all kinds of international cuisine
More information about La Bajadilla beach
It is mainly sand, although there are also pebbles in the water at low tide. The largest bay is bordered on both sides by large rock breakwaters. The smaller one borders the wall of the port on the left side. The larger bay is obviously more spacious and has all the possible facilities such as toilets and showers, and there are areas for renting sunshades and sunbeds. It’s a very quiet area.
The temperature throughout the year does not vary from the rest of the beaches, ranging from 8-10º C in the winter months to 29-30º C in the summer months. The average water temperature is the same again, ranging from 14-16º C in the coldest months to 22-23º C in the hottest months. Very well maintained beach with regular cleaning.
It has easy access but parking in the surrounding area is not so easy. Calm waves. Adapted to people with disabilities. Golden sand-gravelly sand.