Playa de los Torros: It is a small beautiful cove which is approximately 100m wide and consists of a fine shingle. It is surrounded by rocky protrusion and runs along the main Malaga duel carriageway. One can reach there through a narrow road located at pedestrian bridge at Punta Chullera.
Punta Chullera is a tiny rocky cape located at the farthest West end of Manilva and consists of a small cove at the mouth of the arroyo Calataraje, which has the boundary with the municipality of San Roque. People out here enjoy the rocky shore and abundant sea life. Water here is neat and crystal clear and shallow. Visitors should be careful while taking baths because of octopus and sea urchins; nevertheless, this beach is very popular among tourists and locals.
Playa del Gobernador is approximately 30 metres wide and 850 metres in length. It is at a very short distance from the Playa Paraiso or the Venta de Asfalto just near the Paraiso roundabout. Visitors can have a lot of fun in this wide sandy beach.
Cala de la Sardina is a tiny beach of approximately 150 meters in length and is situated between two groups of rocks just beside Playa Paraiso.
Playa de Tubalitas is less than half a mile away from the Cala de la Sardina on the way to the Arroyo Negro. This beautiful beach is bordered by small green hills. What is special about this beach is plenty of Tuna fish and long history of catching tuna fish by %u2018tunny nets'.
La Duquesa (Playas Castillo & Duquesa) is an 1150 metre long beach that includes a remarkable Blue Flag marina, Puerto de la Duquesa and village of Castillo. It is bordered by two arroyo: Penuela to the east and the Indiano to the west. This beach is popular for three chiringuitos and various water sports. In 2005, this beach was given %u2018blue flag' award.
Sabinillas-Colonia is about a mile long beach that includes the front areas of Sabinillas town. It is located between the Rió Manilva and the Port. It has also been awarded with %u2018blue flag' for its beauty and popularity. It is quite a safe place and several guards are there to help visitors. Plenty of cafés and restaurants are available here that offer diverse range of national as well as international cuisines. Visitors can enjoy long walkways to the west Castillo village.
El Negro (Los Toros) is considered to be the Manilva's biggest beach stretching from Aroyo to the Arroyo del Indiano, which is up to the long west of Castillo Village. The village has been named after the bulls which go to the beach from the adjoining Canada Real on the route to Estepona from Los Barrios.