Carboneras in Spain, from Europe region, is best know for Beaches. Discover best things to do in Carboneras with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 1 reviews
Loved it....and the winding coastal drive down from Mojacar through Carboneras etc...As others have said here...you need to be reasonably fit to access this, moderately difficult to get down to with young children as descending walk over very stony ground to get to it from main car park, good snorkelling & swimming beach as water is lovely & clear, on a calm day, very and I mean very popular with Spanish families & groups etc. Yes, expect some nudity and at the least top less. Nice vibe though here, I liked it, very friendly even though we were probably the only English family on the whole beach and large enough to find a good spot. No facilities whatsoever of any kind so bring food , water etc ....you must bring either a beach tent or preferably parasols etc that you can buy pretty cheaply from some of the supermarkets locally. Don't, and you will really regret & fry as very little cover. We parked down the rough track as the car parks were full...it's ok if you are very careful in a low gear with your hire car etc. No sand here just a nice very fine pebble type beach which is a yes from me, lovely & smooth, water shoes might be needed but not totally necessary for adults, as it's smooth stones not sharp. In the water it shelves quickly so please be aware of that with young kids etc. Yes there is a cement works way over to the left hand side but don't look at that!! Enjoy!
4.5 based on 149 reviews
We were staying at Cala de Plomo and decided to check this beach out. Nice little beach with crystal clear water and nice rock formations.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
A very old building out of nowhere but it is worth it to go and check it out. There are only dirty roads but they are ok. Take some photos at sunset or sunrise and you wont regret it.
4 based on 82 reviews
If you are looking for a secluded beach then take the off road dusty road to this location. It is literally 7 km off the main road and well worth it. WE rented a house for a few nights. We liked it that it was not in Agua Amarga and away from the crowds but......
In Spain you cannot by law camp anywhere other than an authorized camping place. All kinds of campers were parked up and used the bushes near the beach entrance as a toilet. It stunk to high end. The Guardia Civil came around to clear them off and new ones arrived. Also people allowing dogs to run around and just come up to us and poo on the beach. It's not fair to spoil it for everyone, would you do this at your own home?
The views from our little house were really nice.
There are a lot of nudist that frequent this beach so if that is off putting be aware of this. We did not care about that so much the damn dogs and campers.
Would I go back? NO! We even left to go to other Beaches because we thought it was dirty.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Beautiful day lots of views all round. Can drive to the top and walk round. Take binoculars it's worth it. It's been cleaned and is now a well kept area. Take a drive down to Aqua Amarga which is the other side lovely bay and bars on the beach
4 based on 63 reviews
Sunday afternoon after a wonderful lunch at Restaurante Mediterraneo and decided to visit although had been there years before. Drove there and track a bit iffy in places. Single file and blind corners with drop off to sea. Parking at Tower and signage in the Spanglish we all know & love. Climb to base of tower and then external iron staircase to tower itself. Excellent views.
Sympathetically restored for what it is / was and where it is.
Would be a nice stroll on better day.
Bob and Sandra
4 based on 18 reviews
This island can be seen from the town and can only be accessed by boat or if you are scuba diving there. It is a protected area and for marine purposes nothing can be touched which is understandable. Great for diving and checking it out though. It is a Necropilis and contains remains of Spanish-Moors-Muslim remains.
4 based on 14 reviews
The castle seems to have been refurbished recently and is still ongoing by the looks of things. Entry is free and at first you would think there is little to see, don't be fooled.
In the entrance there is a display of local items and when you get into the quadrangle, you can get access to several rooms either upstairs or downstairs, these rooms have exhibits of interest, plus old photographs on the wall.
A good visit, glad we came, well worth locating if in the town.
4 based on 20 reviews
This beach is lovely as lo g ad you dobt loom with eyes right bwcause thwn you will see a large cement works and the largest coal fired electricity generatong station in Spain !! Neither causes any noise or pollution but you wouldn't want rhem fearuring in your holiday snaps! Dont let this put you off visiting. It is a lovely seaside town and beach is great for all ages.
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