Length: 900 metres
Average width: 60 metres
Peak times: quiet during the week but busy at the weekend
Level of urbanisation: low, this is a natural beach
Composition: dark sand
Bathing conditions: tranquil waters and there is a team of lifeguards
Access: by car follow signs, on foot it is 3km from Torreguadiaro. Easy access for people with disabilities.
What to do nearby: There is a wealth of great restaurants and bars in the village of Torreguadiaro. Puerto Sotogrande is also nearby with more cafés and restaurants, as well as the Laguna de Torreguadiaro Natural Park.
Views: The Eastern face of the Rock of Gibraltar
Parking: over 100 unmonitered parking spaces, disabled spaces are available too.
Facilities: boardwalk access, showers, disabled parking spaces, wheel chairs for the disabled to bathe in the sea, daily rubbish collection, recycling facilities and shaded area.
Directions: Access: A-7 dual carriageway, Km. 137