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June 17, 2022

Blue flags on Costa del Sol

Did you know that Spain is the country in the world with most blue flagged beaches? At the moment there are 621 blue flagged beaches and 103 leisure ports in 250 Spanish municipalities. This out of a total of 5.042 beaches, marinas and tourism boats in 48 different countries.

If your spending your vacation in Costa del Sol you should know that you have 36 blue flagged beaches, six marinas and two sustainable boats to enjoy this summer. The 44 awards means three more than last year and 16 more than in 2020.

The blue flagged Málaga beaches are Algarrobo Costa, Fuente de la Salud  & Torrebermeja-Santa Ana (Benalmádena), Ancha (Casares), Boliches-Gaviotas, Carvajal, Castillo & Fuengirola (Fuengirola), La Caleta, El Dedo, El Palo, La Malagueta, Misericordia, Pedregalejo & San Andrés (Málaga), Sabinillas (Manilva), Casablanca, El Cable, El Faro, Puerto Banús-Levante, San Pedro de Alcántara, Venus-Bajadilla & Adelfas-Alicate (Marbella), Calahonda I, El Bombo & La Cala (Mijas), Burriana, Torrecilla & Maro (Nerja), Los Álamos (Torremolinos), El Morche & Ferrara (Torrox), Benajarafe, La Caleta & Torre del Mar (Vélez-Málaga) and finalley the inland beach of Ardales.

To that you can ad the leisure ports in Benalmádena, Caleta de Vélez, Estepona, La Duquesa in Manilva, Marbella and Banús.

The iconic Blue Flag is one of the world’s most recognised voluntary awards for beaches, marinas, and sustainable boating tourism operators. In order to qualify for the Blue Flag, a series of stringent environmental, educational, safety, and accessibility criteria must be met and maintained. Where they are you can find on the official web https://www.blueflag.global

Playa Carvajal in Fuengirola

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