1) Playa Centro Guardamar
Playa Centro Guardamar beach is located in the heart of the town. Playa Centro is the busiest beach in Guardamar with the widest range of amenities. To see what beach activities are available click here.
Playa Centro has a selection of beach bars open throughout the summer season open until 8pm every day.
The beach has disabled access and toilets.
The beaches are raked every night ensuring they are kept clean for the public.
All of the beaches in Guardamar have lifeguards in attendance during the summer months.
Playa Moncayo beach is located in front of Hotel Poseidon Playas de Guardamar.
The beach has disabled access, parking and easy access to the hotel.
Playa Moncayo has two beach bars, one remains lively up until the early hours of the morning in the summer months.
There are sunbeds and umbrellas available for hire.
2) Playa Moncayo Beach
Playa Campomar is located at the south end of Guardamar along from Playa Moncayo.
Playa del Campomar is a perfect family friendly beach located right next to the Carrer Dolores Quesada Lucas residential development.
3) Playa del Campomar
Playa de le Babilonia Guardamar is located on the north side of Guardamar close to the marina.
Babilonia is a perfect beach to stroll along where you can see the damaged seafront properties destroyed by last season's heavy storms.
4) Playa Babilonia Guardamar
5) Playa de las Dunas
Playa de las Dunas is located the furthest distance away from Guardamar towards Torrevieja.
Playa de las Dunas has no facilities and is isolated away from the centre of town.
It is popular as you are able to venture into the sand dunes off the beach.
During the summer periods, the beaches are patrolled by lifeguards.
They use a flag system to warn the public of dangerous sea conditions which can be caused by winds and currents.
A green flag signals that the sea is completely safe to swim in.
A yellow flag signals that you must take care when swimming as there may be currents that can take you beyond your depth.
A red flag means that there is no swimming allowed as there are strong rip tides present.
Often if the currents are severe in particular locations they will set out a perimeter with two red flags in the sea as pictured to the bottom right. This is to let the public know that there is a current between them and that there should be no swimming. This is particularly important for adults with small children.