It is well known that La Herradura, the town that forms the border between the provinces of Granada (to which it belongs) and Malaga, in the heart of the Costa del Sol Tropical, although it may seem like a small fishing village, is a great sun and beach paradise. Thanks to its climate and its privileged location between the cliffs of Maro Cerro Gordo and Punta de la Mona. And highly prepared to receive visitors all year round. And there are also many fabulous places to stay.
Therefore, without being saturated and without the suffocating pressure of the mass tourism of the neighbouring coast of Malaga, or the Spanish Levante, we find a very close and peaceful hotel plant, for all tastes. Here we can discover from campsites to enjoy nature in all its senses, to 4 star hotels, to pensions and luxury villas.
Among the hotels we find many of them right on the beach or in the town centre, but all of them very close to the magnificent beach and, in most cases, with exceptional views of the coast.
In addition, the wide range of accommodation on offer is complemented by the tourist flats, which have achieved a high degree of acceptance and can be found in luxurious urbanisations, with all kinds of services and amenities, from swimming pools to gardens and children’s play areas, in the town centre or just a few metres from the beach. In addition, most of these infrastructures have modern and well-maintained equipment, and are an excellent option for families.
It is important to note that if you want to spend a few days in La Herradura during the high season, from June to September, it is advisable to make your reservation in any of these accommodations with plenty of time to spare.
The most popular areas to stay are the following:
- Marina del Este/Berengueles, this is a small but luxurious marina, and a beach very close to the port, which is a paradise for scuba diving and snorkelling enthusiasts, thanks to its rocky bottoms and walls.
- Punta de la Mona: famous urbanisation located in the place of the same name, which was the home of the virtuoso guitarist Andrés Segovia, who is considered the father of the modern classical guitar movement, and La Herradura paid tribute to him by naming the promenade of the town after him, which is one of its main arteries.
- The Town.
- The East and West of La Herradura beachfront.
And among the hotels and guesthouses we can highlight, although there are many more:
- Best Alcazar.
- H Boutique Peña Parda Bay.
- Oyo Almijara.
- Sol Los Fenicios.
- Caleta Bay.
- Pension La Herradura
Don’t let them tell you, come and visit La Herradura and stay in any of its magnificent establishments next to the Mediterranean Sea.