Garrucha is a lively fishing town that retains it’s old world charm and which has become a popular holiday destination in recent years.

The town has three ports and a fine reputation for seafood, it’s succulent Garucha red prawns are famous throughout Andalucia. It’s apt slogan is Garrucha, Sun and Seafood.

You can sample these in any of the fine restaurants or bars along the seafront or buy some at the daily fish auction to take home for the Barbeque.

The palm lined promenade is the perfect place for a late evening stroll, stopping for a moment to sit in one of the gardens, watching the sun set over the sea.

You’ll find it so easy to relax here but when you want to be active there’s plenty to keep you occupied.

There are golf courses nearby and windsurfing and sailing at the beach. You can also have a go at driving one of Garrucha’s Go-Karts, a very popular activity for young people.

Garrucha’s Blue Flag beach has a breakwater, so the waters are extremely calm and very safe for swimming, which makes it very popular with children and families.

You can play volleyball on the sand or try any number of water sports and there are lots of good places to eat and drink nearby.

Garrucha’s coastline continues along for a good 8 km, so you won’t have to worry about finding a place to sunbathe or swim. The sands are fine and the sea is warm and clear, perfect for sailing, windsurfing or some gentle snorkeling.