Beautiful Algorfa Spanish Beaches
Guardamar Beach (full name Guardamar del Segura) offers everything you need for a holiday in Spain. As you go through this website you’ll get a flavour of what’s on offer.Guardamar, on the Costa Blanca, in Spain
Guardamar, on the Costa Blanca, in Spain, is surrounded by two large and beautiful natural salt water lakes which form the “Salinas de Guardamar” and are an official Spanish Nature Reserve. These lakes attract a wide variety of bird life.
Guardamar has learned a few lessons from places like Benidorm, because you’ll find no high-rise skyscrapers or package holiday hotels in Guardamar and because Guardamar is orientated towards families and couples, you’ll find no night-time trouble with lager louts etc.
Guardamar, also known as Guardamar del Segura and very often mis-spelt as Gaurdamar, Guadamar, Guadarmar, Guadarmer, Guardamer and Guardarmar, is a developing tourist centre and one of the most important on the Mediterranean coast. However, you’ll find it is not nearly as commercialised as the Costa Blanca resorts to the north of Alicante. It still retains that special “Spanish” feel and is in a relaxed environment.
Playa de los Naufragos
Playa de los Naufragos has a variety of activities including beach volleyball, water skiing and wind surfing.
This is another fine example of a beautiful blue flag beach, and the beach offers parking facilities a children’s park, hammocks and public phones.
There are a number of bars and restaurants nearby, and is another popular beach that attracts many visitors during the summer.
Playa de la Mata
Playa La Mata is the ideal beach for all kinds of sports, whether they be water or land sports. Playa La Mata boasts a long beautiful beach that has an abundance of bays.
There is a first aid service and of course an ice-cream stand, water sports are available here as well including windsurfing, water cycles and water motorcycles.
Playa del Cura
Playa del Cura beach has a lot more to offer than just a beautiful blue flag beach, as it has games for children’s, showers and the Red Cross. If lazing away the day is more your thing, then you can rent a hammock, imagine just gently rocking back and forth on your own hammock as the sea gently laps at the miles of beautiful golden sandy beaches.
There are a number of bars and restaurants which are also within a short walk of the beach, there are parking facilities, children’s park, water ski and an ice-cream stand.
If you are in the area for the evening of 24th June, then Playa del Cura is the place to be, as people gather on the beach, light a candle and make a wish.
Playa de los Locos
Los Locos is probably one of the most popular blue flag beaches during the summer months, and can get a little crowded, but it offers miles of sandy beaches that are gently lapped by the warm beautiful azure blue mediterranean sea.
Los Locos beach has parking facilities as well as life guards on hand, and is one the most accessible beaches for people of all mobilities.
There are a number of restaurants, ice-cream stands, public phones and a promenade nearby, a number of watersports are also available including wind surfing and water parachuting.