With so many beaches and a wide variety of landscapes, the coast of Spain is as diverse as it is beautiful. From busy beaches full of lively beach bars to beautiful bays set in protected parks and elegant secret sunspots of sand, there is a special beach for all tastes. Apartamentos Castavi is a short walk from Es Pujols Beach. The units are large, with full kitchens and there is an outdoor pool.
In addition to its proximity to the beach, it is a good base for sightseeing around the island. The building has a small snack bar and a reception with 24-hour staff who can help arrange activities and excursions. Playa del Inglés, Canary Islands No list of Spanish beaches is complete without mentioning those found in the Canary Islands. Another Spanish territory, these islands are almost 60 miles (95 kilometers) off the coast of Africa, in the Atlantic Ocean.
The two main islands are Tenerife and Gran Canaria. Playa del Inglés, in Gran Canaria, is almost 11 kilometers (seven miles) of wide sandy beach, which gradually transforms into beautiful dunes. Once a popular hippie hangout in the 1960s, it is now full of luxury boutique hotels and gourmet restaurants. Hotel Riu Palace Maspalomas overlooks the incredible dunes of Maspalomas (and the ocean beyond), which look like a Martian landscape.
The adults-only luxury resort is open all year round (some hotels in the Canary Islands close during winter) and is set within a huge oasis of gardens, about a 15-minute walk from the beach. Bogatell is within the city limits but less crazy than the city's main Barceloneta beach. Bogatell, an artificial beach, was created for the 1992 Olympics, so it is well designed and clean. There are lifeguards on call and basic facilities (toilets and showers) every few hundred meters along the beach.
It is a wide and flat beach with thick brown sand. Ibis Styles Barcelona City Bogatell is a good mid-range option in the area. It is a 10-minute walk to the arena. Locals also enjoy the beachfront neighborhood of Castelldefels.
Nestled in the hills above the small town, VIVA Suites %26 Spa is an adult-only boutique resort (more than 1). The resort is focused on wellness, with a well-equipped spa and a very healthy menu. The hotel is a little isolated, perfect for those looking for a quieter and more private experience. Cadiz is an ancient city in southwestern Spain, once a key port city during the 16th and 17th centuries, when the country was the world's maritime power.
Cadiz, one of the most historic cities in Spain, offers incredible views, along with miles of wide beaches. The beach region of Andalusia, including Cadiz, is known as the Costa de la Luz (the Costa de la Luz). Victoria Beach is the most popular beach in the city. It is approximately one mile (2.5 kilometers) long and a few hundred meters wide.
The waves are calm and the beach and sea are not rocky, so it is good for swimming and wading. Come and rest in a place that seems to have been imagined for a children's story. Located in the province of Girona, Tossa de Mar offers not one but several beaches of fine golden sand. Tossa de Mar is a perfect destination for those who want to combine sun, relaxation, shopping, gastronomy, water sports, all at a low price and away from the crowds.
Book your flights to Barcelona (1h20 by car), your accommodation at the best price in Barcelona or Tossa de Mar and your tours and activities on the Costa Brava, such as a half-day tour to the Costa Brava from Barcelona. Come and breathe the smell of eucalyptus and the iodized sea air on Ballota beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in Spain. Asturias offers stunning natural and wild landscapes. It is a paradise for lovers of nature and open spaces.
To make the beach (located in San Andrés) more attractive to travelers, Sahara sand was spread on this beach. The result is quite convincing and the beach of Las Teresitas is really a perfect place to spend a relaxing afternoon with family, lovers or friends. Las Teresitas Beach is a 10-minute drive from the centre of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Book your flights to Barcelona and your accommodation at the best price for a 2 to 3 day city trip in Barcelona and escape, alone, with your partner or with friends to discover one of the most beautiful beaches in Spain; it is located 1h30 from Barcelona.
Cala Sa Boadella, its warm sand, crystal clear waters, await you. Located on the Balearic island of Mallorca, Cala Agulla is one of the best beaches in Spain in September with intact golden sand, lush green trees and mountains as a backdrop. At 500 meters in length, it is the largest point on the eastern tip of the island and is a perfect place to enjoy the tropical climate along with many water sports. Playa de Silencio, or “La playa del silencio”, is one of the most beautiful beaches in Spain.
Adorned by silver sand and natural rock formations, its incredible coastline has been declared a monument and is therefore completely untouched. Due to this rocky terrain, this beach is not too good for a dip, but you can enjoy a walk along its impeccable sand or enjoy the sunny weather amidst a serene setting. Have you ever heard of a beach without a sea? Yes, Gulpiyuri Beach is one of those beaches that exists without the sea. It is one of the best beaches in Spain, which will attract the nature lover inside you to find a reason behind the formation of such a beach.
Well, it basically consists of a series of underground tunnels that connect with the natural sink of the Bay of Biscay. Titled as one of the best urban beaches in Europe, Playa de las Canteras is one of the most popular beach destinations in southern Spain. Located in the center of the city, this beach is known for its natural benefits and its dazzling golden sand. It is also a perfect place for diving and snorkeling due to the presence of a lava reef that protects its sand and aquatic life from the colossal waves of the sea.
Are you planning a beach holiday? Then don't forget to include Cala Comte beach in your itinerary. With a stunning backdrop with rocky cliffs and sand dunes, this golden sand beach is one of the best beaches in Spain in October. This place is always full of multicultural people who flock to this place to take in the views of a majestic sunset from its shores. More specifically, Rodas beach is located on the Cies Islands, which are three islands that are designated as nature reserves, so there are fewer people than on other, less picturesque beaches.
It extends over 1,200 meters of white sand and deep blue coast. Sotavento beach is located in Costa Calma, in the Canary Islands of Fuerteventura, and it is quite picturesque beach with rich golden sand and crystal clear waters. Located in the bustling city of Torremolinos, Playa de la Carihuela is one of the best beaches in Spain that also offers scenes illuminated at night. Possibly the most spectacular beach on the Costa de la Luz in the province of Huelva, in southwestern Spain, this 8 km long sandbank along the mouth of the Piedras River can only be reached by ferry, keeping the crowds away, even in the middle of summer.
Although tourists tend to flock to the Costa Blanca and the Costa del Sol, on all the coasts of the country there are beautiful beaches. Beyond those two coasts, and beyond mainland Spain, the beaches of the Balearic Islands (especially those of Ibiza and Mallorca) and places like Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands are some of the best in the world. Its semicircle shape in the shape of a shell is what gives its name to this beach, La Kontxa, located in the heart of the charming city of San Sebastián. This beautiful white sand beach is located in one of the most beautiful coves on the island of Mallorca, in the Balearic Islands.
The beaches in the rugged region of Asturias are considered to be the best in northern Spain (narrowly surpassing those in nearby Galicia). This small island, wilder and more natural than its neighbor, Ibiza, is the point of reference for nature, crystal clear waters and the most beautiful beaches that want to spend a holiday away from the crowd. Playa de Papagayo has a chiringuito (bar) so you can enjoy a drink before going down to the beach, or stop at the end of the day and enjoy the views once again before saying goodbye to this paradise. The popular beach can get quite busy during the summer months, but it has a vibrant energy that makes it a fun place to visit.
Due to its structure of sand and turquoise waters, this beach is also known as “the Caribbean on the European continent”. Take your own drinks and picnic food with you; there are no bars or restaurants and this is one of the charms of this beach. You will have to walk along a beautiful path dotted with other beautiful beaches and tunnels dug in the rock to get to Cala del Pi (which means brook pine in Spanish). With some of the most charming islands such as Gran Canaria, Mallorca, Ibiza and Cabrera, Spain is home to numerous attractive beaches that adorn its extensive coastline in the north and south of the country.