Cala Sardina, a secluded paradise on the Spanish Coast

Cala Sardina, a secluded paradise on the Spanish Coast

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Description of the beach:

Also known as Playa El Cabrero, this virgin beach with dark sand is located in San Roque, near the province of Malaga. The few meters that separate it from the Malaga coast have given it the additional name of Playa de la Chullera, named after the Chullera Point or Cala Sardina Point, a small rocky cape in the municipality of Manilva. The beach is surrounded by rocky hills and offers spectacular views of the Rock of Gibraltar, Mount Musa in Morocco, and Ceuta on the other side of the Strait.

Cala Sardina Beach, nestled along the rugged coastline of Spain, offers a serene escape for beach enthusiasts. With its pristine sands and azure waters, this secluded cove provides the perfect backdrop for relaxation and exploration. Surrounded by towering cliffs and lush vegetation,

Cala Sardina Beach boasts breathtaking natural beauty and a tranquil ambiance. Visitors can unwind on the soft sands, take a refreshing dip in the clear waters, or simply bask in the peaceful atmosphere of this hidden gem.


While Cala Sardina Beach maintains its secluded charm, it offers basic facilities to ensure visitors’ comfort during their stay.

These facilities may include restroom facilities, trash receptacles, and limited parking spaces. However, visitors are encouraged to bring their own provisions, such as snacks, water, and beach essentials, as amenities may be minimal in this natural setting.


Parking may be limited, so it’s advisable to arrive early, especially during peak seasons.

Alternatively, visitors can access the beach via public transportation or taxi services.

Taylor Wimpey Spain properties near Cala Sardina: Emerald Green (San Roque).

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