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A large boat is not, however, a requirement for those whishing to enjoy the plethora of activities on offer along Málaga’s Mediterranean Coast. A humble board and a few accessories will suffice for us to take advantage of prevailing wind. The kite is a good option and the medium of choice for lovers of kitesurfing, a new sport that has already attracted a large following in the province.

By contrast, the virtues of the windsurfing sail, and indefatigable jumping partner that adds splashes of colour to the immense blue waves of the sea, where discovered along ago. Strong winds breathe life into kites and sails alike on the sands of Guadalmar and Los Alamos, in Torremolinos, and Laguna Beach, in Torrox, while in the city of Málaga itself, El Palo Beach is the pick of the crop.

Surfing, on the other hand, requires no accessories at all, and, waves permitting, the coast is frequently awash with boards pirouetting and drawing figures in the sea, defiant in the face of the force of nature. This fascinating spectacle is best enjoyed on the beaches of Torrecilla and El Playazo, in Nerja, or La Carihuela, Los Alamos and Guadalmar, in Torremolinos.

Of course, we should not miss the opportunity of descending for a few brief moments, or for as long as our oxygen tank will allow, to the depths of the Mediterranean Sea. The diver will encounter the breathtaking marine treasures of an ecosystem invisible to our eyes above the water’s surface but which is just waiting to be discovered on the sea beds of Estepona, Fuengirola, Mijas and Nerja.

But let us take a moment break from such excitement and enjoy the delights of canoeing, a sport which provides a quieter , more relaxing from of physical activity; be it out at sea op upstream with the aid of a paddle, the horizon is our only limit. An excellent setting in which to enjoy this particular pursuit in the Sierra de Grazalema, and in particular Travesia de la Isla, which is also an ideal venue for children. With such a magnificent range of options, you simply cannot go wrong. The Mediterranean has much to offer. Be sure not to waste the opportunity.


Sailing Federation

Courses at the port of Málaga.
Phone 952218345

Fuengirola Pleasure Harbour

Edificio Capitanía s/n 29640 Fuengirola
Phone 952468000

Real Club Mediterráneo

Paseo de la Farola, 18
Phone 952226300

Club El Candado

Urbanización El Candado. Málaga
Phone 952290845

Club de Mar de Puerto Banus

Next to the control tower. Marbella
Phone 952817750

Club Maritimo Marbella

(School for Children)
Puerto Deportivo s/n
Phone 952772504


Tribal Sub Málaga

(Club, School and Shop)
Avda. Juan Sebastian Elcano, 26 Málaga
Phone 952297800

Aquatech Club de Buceo

Avda. Carvajal, km. 214. 29640 Fuengirola
Phone 952660327


Apdo de Correos 842 29649 Mijas
Phone 639676174

Scubanerja Dive Center

Playa Burriana 29780 Nerja
Phone 952527251

H2O Sports

Urbanización Nueva Alcantara, Edificio Mirador, local 2B 29670 San Pedro de Alcantara
Phone 952781499

Diving Marbella

Puerto Deportivo de Marbella
Phone 952902304

Happy Diver

Ctra. Cadiz km. 168,5 Estepona
Phone 952889000

Centro Buceo Benalmadena

Urb. Benamaina C.C Las Ventas Avda. Las Esmeraldas L 21-23
Arroyo de la Miel
Phone 952562365


Club El Candado

Phone 952296097

La Herradura

C/ Antonio Millón, 10 Nerja
Phone 958640143

H2O Sports

Nueva Alcántara, Edificio Mirador, local 2B 29670 San Pedro de Alcántara
Phone 952781499

Hotel Gran Meliá Don Pepe

C/ José Meliá s/n Marbella
Phone 952770300


Cable Ski

Urb. Guadalmina Alta Marbella
Phone 952785579

Beach Club Don Carlos

Ctra Cadiz Km, 194 Marbella
Phone 952831140


H2O Sports

Urbanización Nueva Alcántara, Edificio Mirador, local 2B 29670 San Pedro de Alcántara
Phone 952781499


Pangea Active Natura

C/ Montecorto 1. 3º, 28 29400 Ronda
Phone 952873496

Ruta Cero

Avda. Andalucia, 32 Entrep. 4 29007 Málaga
Phone 952243324

Educare Aventura

Plaza de la Merced, 16 2º dcha.
Phone 952602279

Hotel Puente Romano & H. Marbella Club

Ctra. Cadiz km. 177 29600 Marbella
Phone 952820900

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