Blue flag beaches in Marbella

by Trish
(Surrey)

I have read about blue flag beaches in a magazine. What are they exactly? How many are there in Marbella?

Thank you

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Marbella Blue Flag Beaches
by: Anonymous

The Blue Flag is an independent, non-profit, international award program evaluating beaches around the world.

A Blue Flag ensures tourists that the beach they are visiting is one of the best in the world in terms of water quality, safety, facilities and environmental management.

in 2009, Spain is boasting 493 beaches and 78 marinas with a Blue Flag. Of these, 70 beaches and 13 marinas are located in Andalucia.

Marbella is lucky to count numerous beaches that have received the award over the years:
* Artola, Rio Real, Las Chapas, los Monteros beaches in East Marbella.
* La Fontanilla, Venus beaches and la marina de la Bajadilla in the center of Marbella.
* Rio Verde and Casablanca beaches in West Marbella.
* La marina Puerto Jose Banus.
* Guadalmina beach in San Pedro Alcantara.

For a description of these beaches, visit the Marbella beaches page.


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