Having received detailed instructions, we set off on our 15 minute walk to the beach. 2 hours later we were suffering with blistered feet and heat exhaustion! We finally arrived dripping in sweat looking forward to a refreshing swim. We are still deciding which bit was worse, the hike, the flies, the blisters or the bombardmeant of looky looky Africans...
it's lovely to take a walk round the marina and see the fisherman off the pier, lots of nice restaurants and beach bars. Disappointing that the beds on the beach have not been upgraded for a number of years as they look old and tired.
The marina is very attractive, with plenty of bars and restaurants. We enjoyed evening strolls around the marina, looking at the fantastic yachts. Our favourite restaurant was El Puerta, which provided excellent service and the paella and sole meunier were very tasty.
De Bruno Restaurant great for the night which is situated as you enter Cabapino slip road and the marina and beach bar all good food and service. Do not go on a Sunday as the spanish are all out and the parking is unbearable. There is a nudist beach on your right so if you of the faint hearted turn...
Lovely beach with natural sand dunes been a few times with my partner great to while away the hours. Cabopino marina is also a nice little place with mostly restaurants and a few bars. We love and will be returning.
This is a little harbour with some nice restaurants and bars. I've read somewhere that this is more pretty then Puerto Banus... It isn't. Boat watching = PB, designer shops = PB. Only one small touristic shop. Nice beaches.