Puerto Sotogrande

This beach is located near El Octógono Beach & Tennis Club, within the Sotogrande Port & Marina and is considered to be an urban beach. Various bars and restaurants are available nearby, as well as beach bars.

Length: 500 metres

Average width: 70 metres

Peak Times: a popular beach that is busiest at the weekend

Level of urbanisation: an urban beach on the outside of the Port and Marina
Composition: dark sand

Bathing conditions: The beach has moderate swell. There is a lifeguard team, lifesaving equipment and safety signs.

Access: The beach has easy accessibility by car (follow signs) and on foot from Sotogrande Costa (Avenida Paseo del Parque) or from Sotogrande Port (Avenida de la Marina).

What to do nearby: In close proximity, there is the El Cucurucho Beach Club, the Marina and Real Club Marítimo Sotogrande.

In the Guadalquitón and Borondo area reamains of archeological interest have been found and there is the last cork oak forest on the Mediterranean coast in Europe.

The Guadiaro River Estuary, a protected nature area, can be found nearby.

Views:

Parking: more than 100 unmonitered parking spaces

Facilities: litter bins, showers, telephone boxes, toilets, daily rubbish collection, beach bars and boardwalk access. Loungers, watersport equipment and parasols are available to rent.

Directions: Sotogrande Costa– A-7, Km. 130 or Puerto Sotogrande, A-7, Km. 133.