This beach of calm waters has a wide range of services to enjoy a day at sea: it holds the Blue Flag of the Clean Seas distinction awarded by the Association of Environmental Education for Consumers (ADEAC).
It is approximately 1,300 metres long and 30 metres wide.
The Cala Sardina beach, also called Playa del Cabrero or Playa Chullera, is the most eastern beach in the province of Cadiz. Located in the town of San Roque in the Andalusian region of Campo de Gibraltar.
It is about 900 meters long and 35 meters wide on average.
Sotogrande Beach is a beach located in the town of San Roque in the Andalusian region of Campo de Gibraltar.
This beach on the Mediterranean side of the coast of Campo de Gibraltar is about 2250 meters long and 35 meters wide on average.
It is situated between the mouth of the River Guadalquitón and the port of Sotogrande where it joins the natural area of the estuary of the River Guadiaro.
Guadarranque Beach is a beach located in the Guadarranque district, belonging to the municipality of San Roque in the Andalusian region of Campo de Gibraltar.
Located in the Bay of Algeciras between the river mouth of Guadarranque and the refinery of Gibraltar-San Roque. It is a beach about 600 meters long and 60 meters wide on average. Perfectly suitable for swimming this beach is located next to the neighborhood of Guadarranque and a few meters from the archaeological remains of the Roman city of Carteia.