Holidays to Rincon de la Victoria
With the feeling of a fishing village, Rincon de la Victoria is a favourite among locals who work in the nearby big cities but want to escape to the beaches at weekends and over summer. Recent years have seen it grow in size with more bars and places to stay, so it's lively during July and August. The newly renovated sea front is a great place for an evening stroll, while the beach is popular during the day.
Playa de Rincón de la Victoria
The main beach is a long stretch of sand close to the centre of town, and has a long promenade and plenty of shops.
Playa Torre de Benagalbón
A family favourite, this sandy beach has shade from palm trees and umbrellas. A couple of food stalls dot the beach.
Casa-Fuerte de Bezmiliana
The 18th century fort, built to defend against pirates, has 2 large watchtowers. It’s now used for art exhibitions.
The former defensive beacon towers date back to the 14th Century. They sit on a cliff 30 metres above the sea.
Cueva del Tesoro
This sea cave includes passages below sea level. Highlights include stalactites and stalagmites and cave paintings.
Ruta del Sol y del Aguacate
The coastal path brings great views as well as plenty of places to stop and eat. Tunnels provide respite from the sun.
Pescaito frito is a local delicacy, taking fresh seafood and dipping it in light batter before frying for a tasty snack.
The bustling seafront is filled with restaurants serving everything from Spanish classics to international cuisine.
Mulse Bar & Rest
This bustling restaurant with outside terrace stays open late and has live music, it’s a great place to spend the night.
This beach front venue is open through the day and is great for long evenings enjoying local food and great wine.
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