Known just as 'Sabinillas', a beautiful fishing village with a wonderful promenade and a stretch of sand that extends all the way back to Puerto De La Duquesa, a wonderful walk. You must visit the sweeping blue flagged beach which is really family friendly and very safe for your children. There are several childrens play areas and local fishermen provide fantastic freshly caught seafood to be enjoyed overlooking the beach in the many restaurants and beach bars, you can relax whilst the kids enjoy themselves on the slides and in the sand.
It is worth exploring the many alleyways and streets that lead to the leafy town square where you will find the Church of Santa Ana, this is the hub of Sabinillas.
There are two large supermarkets, a post office, pharmacy, tobacconists, banking facilities and a myriad of cafes. Again as with most places in Spain the further you are from the front - bargain prices are to be found.
The beauty of Sabinillas as with Duquesa is that you do not have the hustle and bustle of the bigger resorts further north, you can relax and take things at your own pace. Although this is more of a traditional Spanish area there are many expats that own and run a business here.