Las Negras beach
Cabo de Gata Natural Park
Width: 20 m Length: 650 m Sand: dark and bowling Highway: ALP-208
Las Negras is a district of Níjar with a fairly contained urbanism so far, located in a natural setting of exceptional conditions. The beach, in front of the urban nucleus, is made of sand, stones and volcanic pebbles; It is extensive and has good conditions for swimming, although care must be taken with the waves and ocean currents due to its open location. It has a good number of services and establishments in the town. The entrances (ALP-208) and parking do not present problems. Especially unique is the Cerro Negro, which separates Las Negras from Cala San Pedro, with a disturbing shape and black coloration due to the solidification of volcanic lava, imposes its disturbing presence giving this beach a special personality. Water shoes and caution are recommended when entering and leaving the water on days with waves.