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You can access there through the Urbanisation El Fraile Resort in the highroad Calabardina, where you can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view of Bahía and Isla del Fraile. The southern area of the beach is open and the eastern area is protected by the island, both, the beach and the island, separated by a 50m width and 1.5 deep narrow canal, dangerous for a swim in stormy days. The predominant eastern current increases its intensity when it arrives at the strait between island and beach, resulting into high quality, extraordinary transparent waters. During the whole summer is a meeting point of sports boats. Its surroundings are very rich in archeological remains.
Easily accessible. The largest residential areas of the locality spread all around this beach, where the fishers' hamlet was located, surrounding the now extinct tunny fishery. The cape Cabo Cope, an outstanding anchorage for ships, protects it on its eastern face, like a vigilant and imposing guardian. This is a beach of fine sand, sandy seabed and clean, crystal-clear waters. The former pier, now used by small boats and diving clubs for their outings, bears witness to bygone times, times when the tunny fishing catches where unloaded there.
The camping area Camping Águilas is located 3 km from this beach. There are beachfront restaurants.
Beach located in the natural environment, in the limit of Águilas and shared with Andalusia. The view is surrounded by two reefs, one of them is black due to the presence of volcanic rocks and the other one is yellow and has fossil remains, constituting a unique environment for geology lovers. It is 5.6 kilometres outside the city, open to the south, and protected against eastern winds by Punta Parda.
Semi-urban beach. One of the most emblematic beaches, well accessible from the road carretera de Almería. It is oriented to the east and counts with a superb view to the village and to the promontory where the Castle of San Juan de Las Águilas is settled. Abundant fine sand, a peaceful and progressive way in to the beach. Protected to the south and the east. It is part of the site known as "Cuatro Calas", designated as "Protected Natural Landscape".
It is considered to be the longest and widest beach and counts with a vast surface of sand to the point of forming dunes on the adjacent salt marshes. Oriented to midday. A central little promontory where a youth hostel is settled.
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It is located within the city, facing south and protected from the easterly wind by the promontory - Promontorio del Castillo -, where this beach starts. It extends to the breakwater Espigón de la Rambla del Charco. The old fisher monger's, the "Westerly Wind Harbour" (Puerto de Poniente) as well as the spas where located here. This beach is formed by sand and loose stones and it gradually descends into the sea, although there are some areas, especially in its central section, where there is a steep slope. It is surrounded by gardens, palm trees and recreational areas.
This beach is located in a natural setting, five kilometres within the famous Cuatro Calas (Four Coves). Like the other coves, this beach has a significant area covered by golden sand that gently leads into crystal-clear waters. Facing east, it is sheltered from the west wind and slightly less protected from the southwest wind. There is a sharp-edged, small rocky island, which fishers call "La Cama de los Novios" (The Bride and the Groom's bed), located opposite this beach.
Urban beach next to the boardwalk. It is in the centre of the city, open to the south, and between the Sailing Club and the Promontory of La Aguilica. As it was regenerated a few years ago, today it is one of the best beaches. It is full of grey sand, with a peaceful way in to the beach and sandy bottom (except for the short stretch of the mouth of Rambla de "Las Culebras"). This beach occupies almost everything in Bahía de Levante, considered as one of the most beautiful beaches of Mediterranean. It houses the Fishing Port and the Marina. The beach and Marina have blue flag since 1992. The beach counts with an area for beach sports.
It is located in the city centre by the boardwalk, and it is part of the bay Bahía del Levante. It extends over a huge area between the city's marina and its fishing port. With sandy seabed and easily accessible, this is one of the most emblematic beaches of Águilas.
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