The 35 km of coastline offers a variety of over 30 beaches and are one of the principal natural attractions of this area due to its special characteristics. Outstanding beaches are La Isla, Bahía, Nares, El Castellar and Bolnuevo.
The coast of Mazarrón has a great number of unspoilt coves located in the foothills of the Sierra de las Moreras with a natural beauty that focuses not only on the physical environment that surrounds them, but also based on the depth of the sea. The clear blue sea has all kind of sub aquatic fauna and flora, and it is also possible to see and visit submarine caves. Coves that stand out are Cala Amarilla, La Grúa, Parazuelos, Covaticas, Percheles, etc., some forming part of other districts of Mazarrón.
The 9 km of unspoilt coast is in the main composed by virgin beaches and some nudist coves and are the following ones:
- Playa de La Grúa
- Cala Leño
- Cala Desnuda
- Playa El Barranco Ancho
- Playa El Hondón del Fondón
For public use
Access to all motor vehicles is prohibited; only on foot or MTB.