Pedregalejo beach is one of the oldest and most traditional fishing spots of the city. The beach offers a 1200 mts sand bank with good facilities such as showers, rent of hammocks, umbrellas, parking spaces and gardens.
Pedregalejo Beach smells like fried “pescaito”, it has a young and fun vibe. It also smells like the sea and fun times with friends.
The “espetos” at the seashore are something typical of Málaga, and the Pedregalejo beach is one of the best places to try them. This is a typical Málaga dish consisting of “espetar” or nailing a number of fish on sticks and roast them on the ember or directly on the grill. It is tipically made with sardines, but can also be made of meat, sausage, vegetables … if you are in Málaga, you can not help but try them!
Decades ago, it was very common to see sailors on this beach using the ancestral technique of fishing cod, which consisted of throwing nets from the coast dragging them to catch as many fish as possible. Nowadays this technique is prohibited today.
Information about Pedregalejo beach