Playa Del Marjo, Nerja
Playa de Maro is clean, beautiful and off-the-beaten-path, backed by cliffs, with turquoise waters, and surrounded by beautiful wild vegetation; it’s well worth the effort of getting there, despite the tricky parking plus a short stroll from the car park. The beach is popular with snorkellers and scuba-divers, due to the clear waters inhabited by an abundance of fish, the sheltered situation, and the rock formations around the headlands either side. It’s also a great spot for swimming in the warm Mediterranean currents.
Maro beach has showers and public toilets and sunbeds and sunshades can be hired. The beach has been recognised by the Blue Flag award for its cleanliness and great facilities. The beach also has a kiosk, and a beach bar called Los Acantilados. A family-run chiringuito serves all kinds of delicious meals, from fresh sardines to lubina (sea bream) and langostinas (big prawns). Steaks and chicken are also served along with salads, and the famous egg and chips for veggies.
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