Top 10 Things to do in Puerto de Mazarron, Spain

November 19, 2017 Jasper Kershner

Discover the best top things to do in Puerto de Mazarron, Spain including Gredas de Bolnuevo, Playa de Bahia, Mirador del Cabezo del Gavilan, Playa Castellar, Playa de la Isla, Playa de Nares, Playa de la Reya, Playa Del Rihuete, Playa de la Ermita, Corazon de Jesus.
Restaurants in Puerto de Mazarron

1. Gredas de Bolnuevo

Calle Pedro Lopez Meca | Bolnuevo, 30877 Puerto de Mazarron, Mazarron, Spain +34 968 15 08 95
Excellent
43%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
18%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 386 reviews

Gredas de Bolnuevo

Reviewed By Natasha S

Great natural phenomenon, rocks are great shapes and forms. I can see why they were used as a Star Trek location. It has an other worldly feel about it. Huge car park too, so that's not a worry either. It's also free and there's a lovely bar across the road.

2. Playa de Bahia

Puerto de Mazarron, Mazarron, Spain
Excellent
50%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
12%
Poor
1%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 94 reviews

Playa de Bahia

Reviewed By Paulsmithcasty - Malaga, Spain

This Is a wonderfully large sandy beach with access from a few different points along the main road into bahia de Mazarron. Very busy in peak summer months and very popular with families as access to sea is gently shelving. There are a couple of chiringuitos for drinks and snacks. Some peddle boat hire in peak summer months when lifeguards are also on duty. Now - alot quieter and beach almost deserted in this lovely autumnal sun. Sea still warm enough to swim in. A lovely walk around the bay and along the beach.

3. Mirador del Cabezo del Gavilan

Puerto de Mazarron, Mazarron, Spain
Excellent
42%
Good
48%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
2%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 47 reviews

Mirador del Cabezo del Gavilan

Reviewed By Steve L - Javea, Spain

Oh! Please, I have to assume that the positive reviews are all from people without transport and are stuck in this resort. We did not even take the lens cap off, the beach was grubby, the background buildings are in need of repair and renovation, whilst the distant view is of plastic greenhouses. Less than ten minutes spent here of which eight were walking to and from it.

4. Playa Castellar

Puerto de Mazarron, Mazarron, Spain
Excellent
40%
Good
39%
Satisfactory
17%
Poor
2%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 41 reviews

Playa Castellar

Reviewed By NormaJulie - Newport, United Kingdom

Parking next to the beach is free so an easy way to take all your beach needs. Lovely walk towards the town which has Roman architectural digs to see and this is marked off yet free.
Lots of fishermen arrive at night and it always looks a pleasant sight. The sand is also stoney but the sea is as clear as crystal.
Nearby are several bars and cafes. Great place to be no matter what season

5. Playa de la Isla

Puerto de Mazarron, Mazarron, Spain
Excellent
34%
Good
45%
Satisfactory
9%
Poor
6%
Terrible
6%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 43 reviews

Playa de la Isla

Reviewed By Paulsmithcasty - Malaga, Spain

Lovely beach with gently sloping sands into the sea. No steong currents and perfect for children. Whilst there is a lovely wooden beach bar this is now closed and only opens during peak summer months. Peddle boats available but again only in peak summer months.Can be a little windy on this peninsula..

6. Playa de Nares

Puerto de Mazarron, Mazarron, Spain
Excellent
24%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
20%
Poor
3%
Terrible
3%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 29 reviews

Playa de Nares

Reviewed By marina060 - Puerto de Mazarron, Spain

Some areas of this beach are more rugged than many in the Puerto. There are rocks in the sea and it can be quite rough at times so beware if swimming. There is a lifeguard close by during the summer months. If you want to swim walk further along where the beach is sandy and the sea generally is not rough. As always along this streatch of coastline the views are fabulous. There is a chiringuito (small bar) on the beach; it serves snacks and drinks.You can also hire sunbeds and there are sun shades which are permanent.

7. Playa de la Reya

Puerto de Mazarron, Mazarron, Spain
Excellent
46%
Good
54%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 13 reviews

Playa de la Reya

Reviewed By TauntonBob - Somerset, UK

Playa de la Reya has always been our favourite beach in Puerto de Mazarrón. However, the Ley de Costas, which has been responsible for the demolition of some of the beachside houses recently, could actually make this beach less attractive in the future.

8. Playa Del Rihuete

Puerto de Mazarron, Mazarron, Spain
Excellent
55%
Good
38%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
7%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 13 reviews

Playa Del Rihuete

Reviewed By Fiona K - London, United Kingdom

Playa del Rihuete is one of Puerto de Mazarron's more popular urban Beaches. There is a long Paseo lined with palm trees that goes all the way from the port along the Playa Puerto de Mazarron and Playa del Rihuete. The Paseo is lined with Bars and Restaurants and is a very pleasant place for a stroll. The beach is sandy and there is playround equipment on the beach. At one end of the beach is the Pentaca club and out of season you can often see them playing Pentaca on the sand.

9. Playa de la Ermita

Travesia De Bolnuevo, Puerto de Mazarron, Mazarron, Spain
Excellent
7%
Good
51%
Satisfactory
32%
Poor
7%
Terrible
3%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 28 reviews

Playa de la Ermita

Reviewed By Paulsmithcasty - Malaga, Spain

A perfect little beach. Small crescent shaped beach- sandy and with gently shelving acces to sea, it is perfect for young children. There are no currents to cause problems either.there is a small watersport school in peak summer months. Restaurants and bars direcrly opposite beach and the cutest of churches - actually a hermitage which has sides that slide back so that there can be an open air service. Portable changing rooms and toilets available. Also water sprays to get sand off feet when leaving beach.

10. Corazon de Jesus

Puerto de Mazarron | Carretera del Faro, Puerto de Mazarron, Mazarron, Spain
Excellent
10%
Good
45%
Satisfactory
35%
Poor
10%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 20 reviews

Corazon de Jesus

Reviewed By Steve L - Javea, Spain

It's certainly not a must do. Have you wondered why there is a picture of a feral cat representing this attraction? It's because the views are nowhere near stunning, 200 degrees are views of roof tops, the immediate area is grubby and the viewing platform is small so you are almost directly underneath the statue when looking up at it. Better to view from further back and if the sun is in the right position a half decent silhouette photo can be obtained. You can walk over the head land to the cliff edge where the view over the sea is better however with a tele lens you can obtain a decent shot between two tower blocks of the boats berthed in the Port.

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