At least summer it arrives! And as a star plan, the beaches. If you haven't yet chosen your holiday destination for this year, maybe this amazing beaches from Spain will help you to decide, our land offers us a wide offer of coast with incredible beaches that we can enjoy without having to make a long trip. Take note of the best beaches to visit this summer!
We are lucky to find these little bits of paradise and the summer is the best time of the year to visit them. Take note, because these beaches you should visit at least once in your life and this time of the year is ideal to do it and it makes the ideal temperature to enjoy them.
Beach of the Concha
The Beach of the Concha de San Sebastián has been awarded as the 1st in Europe, Spain and the 6th in the world, it has many ingredients to be special: one and a half kilometres of white sand, historic buildings, mansions, surrounded on both ends by Mount Urgull and Mount Igeldo. You can enjoy swimming, walking or practising water sports.
Beach of Ses Illetes
The Beach of Ses Illetes, in Formentera, has been chosen the second best in Spain and ninth in Europe. It is a paradisiacal beach of white sands and turquoise waters located in the Ses Salines Natural Park. It is perfect to enjoy the sunsets and practice water sports, you can also do nudism. A good idea to tour it is to rent a bicycle.
Beach of the Catedrales
Its real name is Beach of Aguas Santas, located 10 km from Ribadeo (Lugo). The spectacular place contains arches, caves, sand corridors and slate caves, carved in a natural way by the erosion of the wind and salt water, only appreciable at the foot of the beach at low tide. It is essential to make a reservation in order to access the beach, as it has had to be regulated by the large tourist influx.
Cíes Island, Vigo
Beach of Rodas
With a shell shape and emerald coloured glass waters, this beach of the Cies Island is one of the most beautiful in Galicia. It is linked by sand with the beach of Figueiras, another Galician treasure. The Cies are integrated into the National Park of the Atlantic Islands, accessible by boat from Vigo. It could happen like a Caribbean beach but it's in Galicia.
Macarella y Macarelleta Creek
A paradisiacal beach, these idyllic Menorca coves can only be reached by sea or on foot. Together they make up one of the most photogenic groups of the Balearic Islands, with their clear waters framed by pine-covered cliffs that seem ready to fall to the sea. Although in summer they are very frequent, at first hour of the day they remain calm, from 2018 it is no longer possible to be accessed by car, it is necessary to take a bus from Ciutadella or go by bike or motorbike.
Beach of Maspalomas
The beach of Maspalomas with its dunes, its palm grove and its pond, is a place that can be enjoyed all year round. With almost three kilometres of golden sand, users highlight being able to sunbathe, swim, do water sports or simply take something in one of the closest bars.
Beach of Bolonia
The beach of Bolonia is one of the most famous in Cadiz, it is known as one of the last virgin beaches in Europe. Close to Tarifa, it is known for its tranquillity and for the dune that crowns one of its extremes and that allows seeing an impressive panoramic view: the rock of Gibraltar, the pines buried in the sand, the sea, the African coast and the ruins of the Roman city of Baelo Claudia.
Beaches of Corralejo
The set of the great beaches of Corralejo, at the north of the island, in the municipality of La Oliva, will delight the most demanding tourist. It is a series of beaches and coves, with fine golden sand, turquoise waters and huge dunes, dotted with beach bars, offer corners for everyone. The town of Corralejo offers all kinds of tourist establishments, hotels and apartments, which make it one of the favourite places of visitors.
Beach of Canteras
Las Canteras Beach in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria stands out with the 10 st European position. One of the most spectacular urban beaches in Spain, more than three kilometres of sand, with a blue flag, a symbol of an exquisite water cleaning. One of the peculiarities of the beach is the natural "bar" of sandstone and reefs (which can be reached by swimming), which shelters the sand from Atlantic currents. In addition, it is a great reserve of marine life refuge of a thousand types of fish.
Beach of Muro
The beach of Muro in Mallorca occupies the 10th place in Spain. Located next to the Natural Park of S'Albufera, it has more than five kilometres in length, this beach is characterized by the turquoise colour of the sea of warm waters and by being able to perform a good variety of water sports. It is ideal for walking, exercising and relaxing with family, especially with young children, as it is a very quiet beach, although it is in summer when the restoration area has a longer life.
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