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Daily information

This information will be updated from June 1st to September 30th

Tides
HIGH TIDE

4:37 h (4,32 m)

16:55 h (4,29 m)

LOW TIDE

10:45 h (1,09 m)

22:57 h (1,09 m)

WARNINGS

Season june 1 st to september 30 th

Town
GETXO
Total length
240m
Width
25m
Grain size
Fine sand
Swell type
Light
High tide area
4.950m2
Low tide area
12.590m2
Life-savers
2
Beach watchers
Area coordinator
Monitored bathing water
Yes
Health control
Yes
Disabled parking
6
Equipments of the service building:
Toilets
9
Wash basins
8
Beach equipments:
Thrashes
8
Showers
6
Fountains
2
Foot baths
2
Public address system
Yes
Information boards
Yes
  • Bathing
  • sun
  • bat ball game
  • windsurf
  • sailing
  • canoeing.
Bans
  • Camping in the beach area
  • Motor vehicles
  • Depositing of rubbish outside authorised areas
  • Bonfires
  • Use of soap in showers
  • Games and exercises that annoy others
  • Pets
  • Fishing outside official hours
  • Noise nuisance
Bathing water quality
Annual ranking

Bathing water quality: Good

Based on the results of the last four seasons

calificación Good
  • Excellent
  • Good
  • Sufficient
  • Insufficient
Weekly classification

Bathing health conditions

27TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 HEALTH INSPECTION

CENTER:

Unrestricted Swim
Rating scale:
  • No information
  • Unrestricted Swim
  • Bathing forbidden
Incidents

There are no incidents reported for this beach

type of flags
  • Red flagBathing forbidden
  • Yellow flagShort Swim
  • Green flagUnrestricted Swim
  • Beach without flags delimiting water sports areas. These activities must be carried out at a distance of 20m from bathers, except when entering or leaving the sea.

How to reach us
Acceso:
Once you have reached the end of the BI-637 “La Avanzada” road, in Getxo, take the Paseo de Zugatzarte avenue, towards the Bizkaia Transporter Bridge
Bizkaibus:
Several lines run to the stops near to the beach
Metro:
Metro: It is just a short walk of under a kilometre to the beach through the Las Arenas neighbourhood from the “Areeta” stop
Vizcaya Bridge :
Take the ferry from Portugalete to the Las Arenas neighbourhood of Las Arenas and then it is just a short stroll until the river estuary bank to this beach.

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