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- My wife and I have walked along Playa de Bahia on many occasions during the past year, en route from Puerto de Mazarron to Bolnuevo. On this occasion, however, we also took the wooden stairway which leads up from the beach towards the top of a large outcrop of rocks that juts out into the sea. The walkway has seen better days - at the top were four benches which had graffiti on them, and the area around the benches was in need of some tidying up. Nevertheless, the view from this promontory at the top of the rocks was lovely, showing Bahia and the Playa Hermita (to the left) and Bolnuevo (to the right) to their very best advantage. Playa de Bahia is far more open - less enclosed - than the Puerto de Mazarron beaches, and there is far more to see. It's a better location for surfing, and the flat beaches and golden sands just seem to stretch on forever towards the Bolnuevo horizon (and beyond)!Written 28 June 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- My wife and I recently visited the Bolnuevo geological erosions for the very first time. We walked along the coastal road from Puerto de Mazarron, and finally looked upon the Gredas de Bolnuevo in the early afternoon of what proved to be a very hot day. The geological phenomenon is certainly a very interesting one, easily accessible by car. There was quite a vast car park at the front, which was virtually empty at the time of our visit. The attraction seems to be quite an understated one. - As far as we could see, there was no English translation of the site noticeboard, by the car park, (though we might have missed it!) and no obviously accessible or signposted route to move around, or in amongst, the rocks. Nevertheless, the site is visually impressive, and well worth a visit. It's free to look at, and very near the Bolnuevo front, beach, sea and the Oasis restaurant. It's probably not somewhere where you could spend a vast amount of time (particularly with children) but it's still a must-see visit for anyone in the area for a time. In sum, it's an impressive natural phenomenon, which the local authorities could do far more to emphasise.Written 30 June 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Nice place, good food and amazing staff.👍👍❤️Caces fresh bread chocolates and pizzas baguettes and incredible hospitality keeps us 3 amigos coming back😎😎😎Written 4 March 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- V. easy to get to by car n many parking facilities. Very clean and beach bars along the long beach front. V. popular with the locals as well as tourists.Written 17 September 2019
- I was staying at the Playa Grande hotel which is right on this stretch of beach.
Dinner on their terrace on Saturday
night was wonderful. - sound of the sea
and crashing waves ! There is a lovely pedestrianised promenade to walk along and a large expanse of beach with a great chiringuito- theor pulpo with a glass of toasted almonds was just wonderful with a glass of verdejo for lunch. The sea was lovely and warm albeit unseasonably rough on the day. Water so clear. Beach was spotlessly clean. Lots of coastal resodential properties bordering the beach. Great food on the hotel terrace for lunch or dinner. Their roasted baby shouder of goat was amazing !
Lovely stretch of beach.
Written 7 September 2019
- There are two beaches here with rocky out crops. Great for snorkeling. The water is shallow with golden sands. Plenty of bars close by as well as a beach bar where you can hire sunbeds. The little church has history and worth a visit.Written 10 October 2019
- Playa de la Reya, another wonderful beach, it has the distinct look of a Horse Shoe. This beach is situated near the Playa de Bahia beach. The waters of the Med in this area are shallow, Ideal for young children, for older children it's ideal for body surfing. It has golden sands, & waves at the western point of the beach. This beach normally has life guards in position, not always though, seasonal only. Pedalos are another highlight, in summer, these you can hire. A Bar/Restuarant called the Bangalore is available on this part of the beach for drinks & Food. A family friendly Beach.Written 10 August 2017
- Large expanse of beach that is unspoiled. Quieter than other beaches in immediate area. Long walk alone the shoreline. Peace and tranquility.Written 10 May 2019
- A larger and livelier beach than the one next door = Nares. Wider so waves are shallower as they come in and not as protected as NaresWritten 3 February 2020
- Although this is one of many beaches in puerto Mazarron, it only gets really busy in July & August. We found parking easy-ish close by. A couple of beach bars & cafes too.
The best is the calm & clear waters.Written 3 February 2020
- Playa de la Raja is a nice quiet beach between Puerto de Mazarron and Isla Plana. It is next door to Playa El Mojon and can be reached by wooden stairs from the car park to the beach. No facilities on this beach but it is a short walk along the beach and around the corner to Playa El Mojon if you need the toilets etc. as the two beaches run into each other. The sand is coarse and pebbly. There is a bus that stops at the camping ground opposite Playa El Mojon which is not too far to walk from.Written 29 September 2019
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