There are a couple of restaurants, and you can walk along the beach westwards to Cabopino port and the small community of Elviria is just five minutes drive, which offers ample amenities. with a quiet atmosphere where local people rest on the sandy beach of the same name or go for a run along the promenade. Along the shore and the simple port of Cabopino, there are seafood restaurants and Spanish food restaurants with terraces. Its beach bars are full of customers in summer. Nearby are the Torre Ladrones, of Moorish origin, and the Torre Río Real, dating from 1575.
Las Chapas is a district of the municipality of Marbella, in the province of Malaga, Spain. It is located at the eastern end of the municipality, between the center of Marbella and the municipality of Mijas, with which it borders to the east. The district is made up of a large number of urbanizations articulated by the Autovía del Mediterráneo, highlighting among them the Ciudad Residencial Tiempo Libre, for being one of the first to be created, as well as various beaches.