Los Toros Beach, on the border with Cádiz province, is in Manilva, part of the Costa del Sol Occidental region. Its name comes from the Cañada Real de los Barrios de Estepona through which cattle used to pass through.
This semi-urban beach near a residential area has an average occupancy rate typically. At 1,300 metres long and an average width of 50 metres, it’s the longest beach in town. Its sand has gravel, and with moderate swells, it’s the perfect place to take long walks along the edge of the water.
- Located in an urban area
- Coastal area