Although sadly its name comes from the bodies that arrived here after shipwrecks, its beauty has been recognized in many lists that name it as one of the most beautiful beaches of the Spanish coast.
The beach has a length of about one kilometer, in a totally natural area, with no hotels or any type of construction.It consists of small increasingly fine stones as you approach the water, having no sand clouding its waters when the sea is calm. It is an ideal spot for diving or snorkeling.
The most common thing is to get there by leaving your car parked in the parking lot Parque Natural del Cabo de Gata-Nijar, then you have to climb a steep trail about a 10 minutes’ walk, so it is not easily accessible.
Some people do nudism, though this place is not officially declared as a nudist beach, it is considered a mixed beach, although most people do not practice it.
Even if it costs a little to get here it is worth going because it is an unspoiled place with spectacular scenery that will remain etched in your memory forever.
Please wear flip-flops for stones and diving goggles.
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