Los Escudos Beach

Los Escudos Beach

The small enclave of Los Escullos is the nearest settlement to this Spanish beach. You’ll arrive here from the Pozo de los Frailes, after looking out for its famous treadmill. A sinuous road brings us over to this shore , on a complete horizontal. This spellbinding Spanish beach is approximately 750 metres long and 50 metres wide. It’s in an isolated place with a massive influx of tourists.
Services available: In its surroundings there are several establishments where you can have a drink or a substantial lunch, and litter bins, parking, and camping. The coastal vigilance service relapses into an itinerant patrol of the Red Cross who crosses constantly the Nijareño shoreline.
Highlights: Its special attraction is in the quality of its incomparable waters, as well as in its cleanliness.
Since it’s a great place to see the dawn in, we recommend you to go as a couple, and with the family and children, for its tranquillity.

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