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Burriana Beach, Nerja

Beach · Nature / Park
Hire a sun lounger and unwind as you take in the blue sea and mountainous backdrop of Burriana Beach. Join in a game of beach volleyball or try one of the many water sports on offer. Children will love the numerous beach playgrounds here. Sip some sangría and watch the world go by in one of the bars or restaurants. Amenities such as bathrooms, showers, and shops are available along the promenade. To visit Burriana Beach on your trip to Nerja, use our Nerja online attractions planner.
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  • So many stores and restaurants. Shower and playugrounds. Favorite place is nerja de bruxelles for sur  more »
  • The big squishy double beds are perfect for sunbathing and for a comfy relaxed day at the beach - very reasonable for €20 and fit two people easily!  more »
  • It’s just got the vibe. Great family Cove/beach, public beach and beds - thoroughly washed and cleaned beach. And restaurants all along - the buzz is great  more »
  • Lovely beach with lots to do. One end (left as you look out to sea) has water sports like Jet ski and banana boat plus the Kayak tour. (Youngest they will take on the tour is 5 years old so we couldn't go on it) However, there is a shop on the front which will rent you a Kayak and all the life vests so you can just go out yourselves. To the right is an inflatable obstacle course in the sea and peddle boat hire. The sea is lovely, very clear. Nice to swim in, I did a bit of snorkeling. There were a few fish but not much to see. The toilets weren't the cleanest. There are plenty of showers to wash off dotted up and down the front. Plenty of places to eat, buy ice creams, drinks, beach toys, towels etc. Some lovely places to eat and Bakers bar do the best Eggs Benedict. Bit of a wait but that's because they're so busy. All in all it's a great place.
  • Fabulous beach, great facilities. Lots of mostly Spanish people, very peaceful and relaxing, no loud or antisocial behaviour. There are sunbeds available at the back but mostly people just bring towels and blankets and maybe folding chairs and an umbrella. Good toilets and showers and loads of places to eat and drink. Gets deep quickly so young kids need to be supervised. Kayaking is great, kept going back each day. Also pedalos, sups, bouncy castles in the sea.
  • Great beach. It's a mix of grey sand a pebble. The beach is safe and there are a number of bars and restaurants where you can get a drink or something to eat. We visited in August and it was very busy each day, parking in the area seemed to be an issue, there is a car park but it appeared to get full quickly. If you walk to the beach, it is at the bottom of a couple of steep hills so you need to have a decent level of fitness/mobility to get back up from the beach.
  • I've been here at the end of June 2019 and I did not personally observe any effects of the sewage. Maybe I could not notice or maybe I was just lucky. But it's a nice beach to spend time with family. You can find most things you need at the shops surrounding the beach. But if you like swimming and diving, go further east.
  • Great beach. Shingle not sand. Big waves on the day we went which were a lot of fun for the kids (and adults). Excellent range of shops, restaurants and leisure activities on the beach front. Very family friendly.

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