Puerto de Cabopino a romantic harbour and beach area just a short

5 minutes drive from the Miraflores resort.

Medium sized boats are always moored up in Cabopino port and you can usually see hundreds of fish swimming around next to them, such is the clarity of the water. Meanwhile, the surrounding cobbled walkways underfoot contribute to a real picturesque setting. The actual beach at Cabopino is slightly off-set from the marina. It is wide and clean, and overlooked by an old Moorish watch-tower.  100 metres from the main beach set a side is an area for those naturists who prefer an all over tan.There are parking spaces in Cabopino port itself, plus plenty away from the beach, but again the vehicles are hidden from view, so not spoiling the overall port / beach atmosphere.

There are two main beach bars at Cabopino, and lots of sun beds and shaded areas for your enjoyment. Within the marina itself, the most recent addition to the local gastronomy is a small restaurant called Hermosa - fine food and quality service. And there’s a good Spanish fish restaurant right on the beach called El Puerto. Though probably the most famous eatery in Puerto Cabopino is "Albert’s on the Port" - half restaurant, half theatrical museum! Such is the extraordinary brick-a-brack interior decor.

There are a few bars hidden away around the back of Cabopino in the housing development - Cabopino really is full of surprises; the more you wander around, the more you discover. And on the other side of the main road, you’ll find an Italian restaurant called "Da Bruno a Cabopino" - probably the best Italian restaurant chain on the coast. So for a sea-front weekend away, Puerto Cabopino beach and harbour ticks all the boxes and is well worth a visit. Once you know it’s there, it’s easy to find, just follow the main sign off the coast road for ‘Cabopino’ and enjoy all this area has to offer.