Length: 1300 metres
Average width: 60 metres
Peak Times: busy during the week and very busy at weekends
Level of urbanisation: this is a semi-urban beach with a promenade
Composition: dark sand
Bathing conditions: tranquil waters; with a lifeguard team, lifesaving equipment and safety signs
Access: by car (follow signs) or on foot from Torreguadiaro or Sotogrande Marina
What to do nearby: Nearby there is a protected nature area, Torreguadiaro Lagoon Nature Park, as well as Sotogrande Marina and two watchtowers that date from the 16th century. In both Sotogrande and Torreguadiaro there are a number of places to eat.
Views: eastern face of the Rock of Gibraltar
Parking: more than 300 unmonitered parking spaces by the "Lagoon Promenade"
Facilities: toilets for disabled people, litter bins, showers, showers for disabled people, telephone boxes, toilets, daily rubbish collection, recycling facilities, wheel chairs for the disabled to bathe in the sea, beach bars, boardwalk access, loungers and parasols.
Directions: A-7, exit 133; Puerto de Sotogrande o Torreguadiaro, old road N-340a, Km. 134.