Offering a combination of traditional Spain and long uncrowded spacious beaches this popular resort is firm favourite year after year with holiday makers looking for a quiet beach based holiday, with the added attractions of windsurfing, sailing and other water sports. Nightlife here is spent relaxing in one of the open-air cafes or beachfront discos.
Roquetas de Mar has many authentic Spanish restaurants, serving up delicious tapas, fresh seafood and jugs of sangria. But of course there are also many restaurants serving food from all over the world; you can find Italian, Mexican and Chinese all featured here, as well as your favourite pub food and English breakfasts!
This old fishing village has a delightful laidback vibe; visitors arriving here will immediately feel that the pace of life has slowed down. Apart from sunbathing on the warm sandy beaches, there are many pastimes available including birdwatching and walking in the nearby Puntas Entinas-Sabinar Natural Park, golfing at one of the nearby courses, and zooming down slides at the Mario Water Park.