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Los Muertos Beach, Cabo de Gata

Los Muertos Beach, Cabo de Gata: Our most recommended tours and activities

Carboneras: Cabo de Gata Caves and Los Muertos Sailing Tour

1. Carboneras: Cabo de Gata Caves and Los Muertos Sailing Tour

Set sail from Carboneras on a family-friendly guided sailboat trip to the Cabo de Gata National Park. Cruise across the Mediterranean Sea as you relax on Los Muertos Beach, make a snorkeling stop in a serene cove, and have the chance to see dolphins swimming in the wild. Make your way to the Port of Carboneras to meet your friendly guide and group for the day and get onboard the sailboat. Watch the shoreline disappear behind you as you sail upon the picturesque Mediterranean Sea to Cabo de Gata National Park. Cruise along the coastline and visit some of the most famous coves in the UNESCO-protected National Park, including Lost Muertos Beach, Cala Arena, Cala de Enmedio, Cala del Plomo, and Agua Amarga. Swim ashore to relax on the idyllic beaches and soak in the sun or grab a snorkel and drift around the rocks of the cove with colorful fish. Enter the open sea on your way back to Carboneras in the hopes of spotting dolphins playing in the waves.

Cabo de Gata: Tour of 5 Beaches by Yacht Motorboat

2. Cabo de Gata: Tour of 5 Beaches by Yacht Motorboat

Start your coastal cruise in the traditional fishing port of Carboneras. Sail to la Cala del Corral and las Salinicas. Admire the crystal-clear waters and volcanic cliffs of Playa de los Muertos.  Then, navigate the Cabo de Mesa Roldan. See its fossilized coral reef and the Mesa Roldán Lighthouse. Continue on to Cala Puente, Cala Sorbas, and Cala Castillo until you arrive at the small fishing town of Agua Amarga. Marvel at the best views of this small town from the sea. Drop anchor at the secluded Cala de Enmedio. Swim and snorkel in its clear waters before heading back to the port of Carboneras.

From Carboneras: Cabo de Gata Sunset Sailing Tour with Cava

3. From Carboneras: Cabo de Gata Sunset Sailing Tour with Cava

Discover Cabo de Gata Natural Park on a romantic sailing trip from Carborneras. Sail past fascinating rock formations through stunning blue waters, and marvel at the setting sun from a comfortable sailboat. Board your boat about an hour before sunset from the Carboneras Marina. Relax on the leather seats as you sail past spectacular scenery from the Cabo de Gata Natural Park. After an hour of sailing, drop anchor and enjoy a delicious glass of Cava with your friends as you watch the sunset over the clear waters. As you return to the marina, enjoy the sailboat's amenities, including a bimini top, solarium, and stereo.

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What people are saying about Los Muertos Beach, Cabo de Gata

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 63 reviews

Fantastic experience The skipper Dani is a professional and super attentive The most fascinating thing is that a girl dropped her mobile into the sea and it didn't take five minutes to rescue it and it was working. It was amazing and also with a knowledge of the area expectacular. We will repeat without a doubt, it was short for us.

A wonderful experience with a good skipper (Dani) who gave us all kinds of explanations and threatened us with a final exam, luckily there was no time. He delighted us with two stops to enjoy two wonderful baths enjoying transparent waters. We only needed to see the dolphins but it will be another time. Moltes thanks Dani!!

A wonderful two-hour walk along a splendid coastline. A swim in clear, warm waters. The skipper of the boat was very friendly. We had a great time. The activity is consistent with the description and very good value for money.

A beautiful experience! Our captain Daniel, a crack. He gave us a super interesting history lesson on the formation of the coast. Laughter and good music. Amazing sunset from the boat. In short, highly recommended!

I really enjoyed it, the coves are beautiful views from the boat and Dani told us many curiosities about the area and fauna