Blue flag and Q for Quality beaches in the municipality of Águilas 2017
8 Blue Flags and six Q for Quality beaches in Águilas The Blue Flag for beach tourism quality is an internationally recognized award given by the Foundation for Environmental Education, who bill the flag as “a world-renowned ecolabel trusted..

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Introduction to Águilas beaches
36 beaches on the 28 kilometres of coastline in Águilas The municipality of Águilas, in the south-west of the Costa Cálida and the Region of Murcia, has much to offer to both visitors and residential tourists: a fascinating history, beautiful..

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Águilas beaches: Calacerrada or Playa de los Cocedores
Wind-sculpted rock formations adorn the westernmost beach in Murcia Cala Cerrada: the first beach within the Águilas municipality and Region of Murcia. For many people the neighbouring Playa de la Carolina is the last at the south-western end..

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Águilas beaches: Playa de la Carolina
Calm bathing conditions and views out towards Águilas at this attractive beach The Playa de la Carolina, at the western end of the coastline of the municipality of Águilas, is one of four beaches which are included in the Cuatro Calas area, which..

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Águilas beaches: Playa de la Higuerica
A stretch of golden sand flanked by vegetation and dunes in Águilas Playa de la Higuerica is one of four beaches in the municipalities of Águilas and Pulpí within the Cuatro Calas area, which is an officially protected part of the coastline on..

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Águilas beaches: Playa Calarreona
A sandy beach with both Q for Quality and Blue Flag awards The beach of Calarreona is one of a group of four lying in the Cuatro Calas area, which is an officially protected part of the landscape in Águilas and the neighbouring municipality..

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Águilas beaches: Cala de la Tortuga
Access is not easy to this well-hidden cove close to the beach of Calarreona The Cala de La Tortuga is a small, out-of-the-way cove which nestles on the western side of the headland separating the beach of Calarreona from the one at Matalentisco..

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Águilas beaches: Cueva de las Palomas
A sheltered cove on the headland between Matalentisco and Calarreona The Cueva de las Palomas, also known as Cala Mijo, is a small curving beach which nestles on the eastern side of the headland separating the beach of Calarreona from the one..

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Águilas beaches: Cala de La Herradura
One of a series of semi-wild beaches at the western end of the Águilas coastline La Herradura is a tiny cove towards the western end of the Águilas coastline, located on the headland which is at the south-western end of the Playa Matalentisco...

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Águilas beaches: Playa Matalentisco, includes dog-friendly area
Thick green vegetation occupies the dunes behind this 270 metre long Águilas beach The Playa Matalentisco is a 270-metre-long,15 metre wide stretch of sand towards the western end of the Águilas coastline, reached via an unmade track which starts..

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Águilas beaches: Playa de la Cañada del Negro, dog friendly beach
150 metres of rocky beach in the western outskirts of Águilas The stretch of beach in Águilas known as La Cañada del Negro is a 150-metre-long area just outside the western end of the town, alongside where the Calle de Iberia meets the RM-333 road..

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Aguilas beaches:Playa de la Casica Verde
A pleasant new beach at the western end of the town of Águilas The beach known as La Casica Verde in Águilas is at the western end of the town, just to the west of the Puerto Deportivo Juan Montiel, and lies in the curve formed by the harbor wall..

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Águilas beaches: Playa de Poniente
One of the most popular beaches in Águilas with a full range of services The Playa de Poniente is one of the most popular of the beaches in Águilas, and year after year is awarded the prestigious Blue Flag for the facilities and services provided..

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Águilas beaches: Playa de la Colonia
A Blue Flag beach under the shadow of the castle of Águilas The Playa de la Colonia in Águilas is located in the centre of the town, on the western side of the headland on which the Castillo de San Juan stands, and the wide expanse of sand lies..

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Águilas beaches: Playa de Levante
The Playa de Levante lies between the marina and the main harbour in Águilas The Playa de Levante in Águilas is a 450-metre-long strip of sand which lies alongside the main road along the seafront to the east of the headland on which the castle..

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Águilas beaches: Playa de las Delicias
A long curving swathe of sand in front of the Águilas auditorium The Playa de las Delicias is one of the best known and most used of all of those along the south-and east-facing coastline of the municipality of Águilas, and has boasted a Blue..

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Águilas beaches: Playa de los Cocedores
Spectacular views across the Hornillo bay from this beach east of Águilas The Playa de los Cocedores is at the western end of the Bahía de Hornillo, which in turn is to the eastern side of the built-up area of the town of Águilas. Access is..

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Águilas beaches: Playa del Hornillo
Beautiful views over the Bay of Hornillo from this sandy Águilas beach The Playa del Hornillo is located to the east of the emblematic Embarcadero del Hornillo in the bay of the same name, and lies below the spectacular residential developments..

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Águilas beaches: Playa Amarilla
A wild gem of a beach on the Costa Cálida coastline Among the 36 beaches in Águilas, the one known as Playa Amarilla was, until recently, one of the least commonly visited due to it being hard to reach along rough tracks from the main road towards..

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Aguilas beaches: Playa de Calabarrilla
This stretch of the Aguilas coast also includes the Playa del Fraile, Playa Cigarro and Playa Cambron The 28-kilometre coastline of Águilas contains a total of 36 officially listed beaches, and those of Calabarrilla, El Fraile, Cigarro and Cambron..

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Aguilas beaches: Playa del Barranco de la Mar
An isolated beach among the cliffs of the Eastern Aguilas coastline The beach of Playa del Barranco de la Mar, is close to the Todosol residential development, and lies at the bottom of the steep cliffs on the seaward side of the built-up area..

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Águilas beaches: Playa del Arroz
Popular with campervans, this is between Águilas and Calabardina The beach of Playa del Arroz, which lies in a small bay towards the eastern end of the stretch of coastline between Águilas at one end and Cabo Cope and Calabardina at the other..

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Águilas beaches: Playa del Pino
A secluded sandy bay on the southern stretch of the Aguilas coastline between Águilas and Calabardina The Playa del Pino is a small rural beach on the stretch of coastline between the town of Águilas in the west and the headland of Cabo Cope..

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Águilas beaches: Playa de la Cola
A semi-urban beach near to Calabardina The Playa de la Cola is a long, narrow, south-facing beach in the municipality of Águilas, and is classified as “semi-urban” due to its location just outside the western edge of the village..

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Águilas beaches: Playa de Calabardina
Fine sand on this long urban beach in the east of the municipality of Aguilas The coastline of Águilas in the south-west of the Region of Murcia is rightly renowned for the variety of its beaches, from small, unspoilt and relatively inaccessible..

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Águilas beaches: Playa Ensenada de la Fuente
This Águilas beach nestles under the imposing headland of Cabo Cope Playa Ensenada de la Fuente lies within the pedanía of Cope, part of the Águilas municipality, an area of the coastline which enjoys low occupancy simply because there are so..

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Águilas beaches: Playa Canalicas
An attractive cove in the town of Calabardina This is one of those areas where the beach was probably one of the reasons for properties being built here in the first place, but where those properties do nothing to ruin the attractiveness of the..

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Águilas beaches: Playa del Sombrerico
The Playa del Sombrerico is one of a string of undeveloped beaches in Aguilas The Playa del Sombrerico is one of a long series of unspoilt and picturesque beaches and coves which lie on the eastern coast of the municipality between the headland..

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Águilas beaches: Playa de Cope
A small beach next to the old watchtower of Torre de Cope and headland of Cabo Cope Cabo Cope is an imposing rocky headland which breaks the long run of coastal beaches of the Águilas municipality and creates a natural landmark dividing one..

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Águilas beaches: Playa del Charco Nudist Beach
The Playa del Charco is one of a series rural beaches north of Cabo Cope The Playa del Charco (number 10 in the list of Águilas beaches) is one of a long series of unspoilt and picturesque beaches and coves which lie on the eastern coast of..

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Águilas beaches: Playa del Rafal
The Playa del Rafal is one of a string of undeveloped beaches in Aguilas The Playa del Rafal is one of a long series of unspoilt and picturesque beaches and coves which lie on the eastern coast of the municipality between the headland of Cabo Cope..

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Águilas beaches : Playa de la Rambla de Elena
The Playa de la Rambla de Elena is one of a string of undeveloped beaches in Aguilas The Playa de la Rambla de Elena is one of a long series of unspoilt and picturesque beaches and coves which lie on the eastern coast of the municipality between..

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Águilas beaches: Playa del Pozo
The Playa del Pozo is one of a series rural beaches in eastern Aguilas The Playa del Pozo is one of a long series of unspoilt and picturesque beaches and coves which lie on the eastern coast of the municipality between the headland of Cabo Cope..

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Águilas beaches: Playa del Pocico del Animal
The Playa del Pocico del Animal is one of a series rural beaches in eastern Aguilas The Playa del Pocico del Animal is one of a long series of unspoilt and picturesque beaches and coves which lie on the eastern coast of the municipality between..

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Águilas beaches: Playa del Saladar
The Playa del Saladar is one of a string of undeveloped beaches in Aguilas The Playa del Saladar is one of a long series of unspoilt and picturesque beaches and coves which lie on the eastern coast of the municipality between the headland of..

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Águilas beaches: Cala de Pozo Huertas
The cove of Pozo Huertas is one of a string of undeveloped beaches in Aguilas The Cala de Pozo Huertas is a small unspoilt cove which forms part of a long series of wild and picturesque beaches and coves which lie on the eastern coast of the..

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Águilas beaches: Cala de los Abejorros
The Cala de los Abejorros is one of a string of undeveloped coves and beaches in Aguilas The Playa de los Abejorros is a wild and pebbled cove or cala which forms part of a long series of unspoilt beaches and coves which lie on the eastern coast..

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Águilas beaches: Playa de las Pulgas
Tranquility and privacy are the order of the day on the northern beaches of Águilas The beach known as Playa de las Pulgas (literally, beach of the fleas) at the northern end of the Águilas coastline is a small cove which measures 60 metres in..

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Águilas beaches: Playa de la Galera
A small sandy isthmus ideal for swimming at the Playa de la Galera The Playa de las Galeras, also known as La Chapa de los Pájaros, is the northernmost beach in the municipality of Águilas, so is either the first encountered when entering the..

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Águilas beaches: Playa de la Cañada del Negro
150 metres of rocky beach in the western outskirts of Águilas The stretch of beach in Águilas known as La Cañada del Negro is a 150-metre-long area just outside the western end of the town, alongside where the Calle de Iberia meets the RM-333 road..

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