This is a triangular-shaped beach offering a large patch of fine, golden sand. The coastline has been shaped by the mouth of the Ñora river, which has cliffs on either side that protect the beach. It can be accessed from the nearby villages of La Providencia and Quintueles. Even though La Ñora beach can get very busy, it is very clean and has a full range of services at your disposal, including showers. There are also a few paths starting at the beach, in case you should feel like a walk. The shape of the beach can change with the tides. For example, when the tide goes out it uncovers a rock that is popular with local rod and line fisherman.