This is a nice beach with a peaceful atmosphere and surrounded by a special light thanks to the intense green of the golf course. It is the beach that best represents the perfect balance between tourism and protection of the environment. There is no other beach that can combine such a number of different leisure services with two prestigious tourist quality awards under a rather exacting standard based on sustainable environmental management. It was chosen by the Monarchs of Belgium as a holiday destination in their property named “Villa Astrida”. Nowadays, it is an important residential area in expansion and the ideal scenario for golfers and water sport enthusiasts. The strong Easterly and Westerly winds that often blow across the headland near “Villa Astrida” also make Granada Beach a top spot for practising paddle board sports, windsurfing and kite surfing. At some points, you can see the Sierra Nevada mountain range from the very beach. During periods of snow cover, you can see how the sea and the mountains blend together to form a unique combination of rare beauty and magic.
Road access: Easy access from Camino del Pelaillo and from the N-340 roundabout.
Pedestrian access: It is easily provided from a sandy promenade.
Car parks: Two accessible car parking spaces and four bicycle stands.
Public transport: Regular bus services.
- Reserved car parks
- T-shaped beach walkways of 1,80 m (5 ft) width with handrails and roll-out walkways
- Fully adapted shower
- Accessible drinking fountains
- Fully accessible toilets
- Accessible rubbish sorting bins
- 2 amphibious chairs: 1 for adults and 1 for children
- Life vests
- Accessible Tourist Information module with an adapted counter
- A designated area for wheelchair users in the Summer Open Air Cinema
- Lifeguard and First Aid modules
- Local Police
- Buoy-marked zone and nautical lanes
- Daily cleaning service (beach cleaning machines, beach cleaning vessels and manual cleaning)
- Rubbish sorting bins
- Beach walkways
- Access points for people with limited mobility
- Drinking fountains
- Toilets modules adapted for people with limited mobility
- Information signs
- Code of conduct panels with pictograms
- Advertising totem for postering
- Beach umbrellas and deck chairs for rent
- Paddle boats
- Nautical services
- Refreshment kiosks
- Chringuitos (beachfront bars) and restaurants
- A beachfront 18 hole golf putting course at “los Moriscos” golf Club
- Summer Open Air Cinema