Alberquillas Beach, in Nerja, is just ten minutes from the centre of Malaga town, towards the Nerja Caves as it is popularly known.
Located in the nature reserve of Acantilados de Maro (Cliffs of Maro), it is surrounded by vegetation situated in a natural environment of extraordinary beauty.
No wonder that nudism and naturalism is exercised in this isolated beach and it is not very busy. Its area is 400 meters long and 20 wide, making it a beach of average length.
Connected with the beach of Molino de Papel by the rest of the Torre del Río de la Miel (Tower of honey river), an ancient watchtower.
Because of its location and access, this beach does not offer many services, therefore, to enjoy a beach day, you must bring your food and drinks, plus umbrella.
A perfect place to spend a day away from the crowd in complete relaxation and enjoying nature in its purest enclave. We recommend wearing glasses for diving, well, its crystalline waters allow you to discover varied marine fauna in the area.
Due to its consideration as a nature reserve, service facilities are not allowed, hence the only existing shower is created from a natural spring that flows from the mountains itself.
Parking and transport
- Own free parking
- Located outside an urban area
- Coastal area