Locality: SAN PEDRO DEL PINATAR
A dirt track links the mills Molinos de Quintín and Molinos de la Calcetera. On one side of the salt lakes we see an area known as Las Charca, where there are mud baths, recommended for the treatment of rheumatism, fractures and osteoarthritis. On the other side we have the Mar Menor (Minor Sea), where a great number of water sports are played.
TYPE OF BEACH
Influx of visitors:
How to get there:
AP-7 road (exit 774) or N-332 from Cartagena to San Pedro del Pinatar. Also the road Carretera de San Pedro a Lo Pagán (Avda. del Puerto) up to El Molino Quintín. Accesible through a footpath.
Hammocks to rent, pedal boats rental, sun umbrellas to rent, bicycle parking, equipped toilets, beach bars, litter bins, promenade, first aid and assistance, ramps.
EQUIPPED WITH SOME ELEMENTS
For further information:
968 182 301
Car parking spaces for disabled people:
There is no possibility to access with vehicle but there are some nearby reserved parking spaces
Access ramps to the beach:
Wooden walkways on the sand:
There aren't, but the surface of the beach is compact
* This information refers to 2013 Holy Week
24-hour emergency phone number:
The information offered about this beach may have changed. Please, contact us for further information:
San Pedro del Pinatar - Oficina de Información Turística