Isleta del Moro is a small village that is practically surrounded by sea so at almost any point of it we can find a cove to take a bath. The largest beach is called Peñon Blanco Beach. This beach of 400 meters long is formed by fine sand and has a great quality of water for bath. This beach gets the name of a white rock that sits in the middle of the sand and some swimmers take advantage of it to keep them out the sun.
The beach is located right at the entrance of the village, coming down the road on the left we find a clearing to park the vehicle then we must down a small hill to access the beach.
Because this beach is near the town we have all kinds of services such as restaurants, hotels, bars and tourist information. We recommend if you visit this beach to stop and enjoy in one of the restaurants or bars the excellent variety of fresh fish offered this fishing village.
A cove near Isleta del Moro is the Cala de los Toros Beach. It is reached by road Rodalquilar direction and 1.2 kilometers past the turnoff to La Isleta there is a place where the vehicle is able to be parked. From there begins the path we must do 700 meters walking, at first soft and comfortable, but then narrows and begins to be steeper, going from an amazing grove of pines, palm trees and a small stream with reeds. The grace of this cove is in the vegetation behind it; that is so unusual in the area. The beach is littered with thick stones and has only parts of easy access to water.
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