The Natural Park also includes a nautical mile along the coast with rocky and sandy bottoms where orange corals inhabit, as well as fish such as sea bream, sea bass, grouper, etc. And although it is not a sedentary species, the bluefin tuna can be observed on its migratory path, as well as dolphins and loggerhead sea turtles.
As for the beaches, the most crowded during the summer season is Playa del Pirata, perfect for families, where you can find several chiringuitos (shanty-like bars), restaurants and the Jaima Meccarola, an original restaurant made of glass and cloth. Playa de Los Castillejos is a nudist beach formed by shallow coves with clear water. When the tide is low, you can walk to Las Cortinas, where small water pipes fall from the cliffs like curtains, thereby its name.
Marisucia beach, also called La Curva, is on the way to the Trafalgar Lighthouse and is perfect for kitesurfing and windsurfing when the Levante wind is blowing.
On the right side of the Lighthouse is La Aceitera, a quiet beach but with plenty of waves. Special caution is advised when bathing in this area due to the strong currents.
If you continue walking towards Conil, you will find Playa de Zahora, with more rocks but softer waves, making it ideal for children. And then there is Mangueta, which is very appropriate if you are looking for absolute tranquility.