Spanish beaches

Nearly 350 days of sun, beaches three miles and cataloged nearly 8,000 km of coastline make Spain a popular destination for those seeking sun and sand any time of year. Spanish beaches are safe, clean, easily accessible and environmentally friendly. These features are supported by quality certificates issued to the beaches after the evaluation of these parameters. Year after year, Spain continues to be among the countries receiving the highest Q for Quality Award in Europe.

There are many beaches to choose from, each unique and different from each other, untouched beaches and beaches countries crowded city, with a few large endless stretches of sand, others tiny and almost invisible. While each track has a charm all its own, there are some places that should be included in your list of must-see, the endless sand beach in Zahara de los Atunes, Vejer de la Frontera, a lovely Moorish town erected on top of a hill, the wild coast of Chiclana, Sanlucar de Barrameda, Chipiona, Conil de la Frontera and Rota; Cove Bolonia, with the Roman ruins of Baelo Claudia; Canos de Meca, where the lighthouse of Trafalgar gives on the horizon and the spectacular cliffs of Barbate.

The white sandy beaches of Mallorca

Majorca, a privileged destination in the Balearic Islands offers some of the coves and beaches along the most remarkable of 550 km from the coast. The crystal clear waters are perfect for a unique assortment of water sports like scuba diving, windsurfing, water skiing, surfing, sailing and fishing. Go north of the island and you will be greeted by charming coves between pine forests and cliffs.

The year-round sunny beaches of Cadiz

Windsurfing in crystal clear waters, water sports, pine forests that descend to the shore, fascinating coves, huge cliffs that rise over 100 meters high sand dunes and endless beaches of white sand Shimmering along 260 km of coastline, the coast of Cadiz invites you to bask in the sun in summer and winter. Located in Andalusia, the coast of Cadiz has many protected natural areas, including sand dunes, salt marshes, cliffs, forests of pines and pastures for breeding fighting bulls.

Sun, sand and culture on the Costa Brava

Occupying much of the Coata Catalan Costa Brava attracts visitors with its crystal clear water, steep cliffs, small coves hidden between rocky outcrops, areas underwater paradise, charming fishing villages with whitewashed and nature reserve with unspoilt, verdant landscapes. Extending 200 kilometers north of Catalonia in the province of Girona and with a rich history behind it, living on the Costa Brava is awash with tradition and culture, monasteries and churches, archaeological sites and monumental.

Leisure and luxury on the Costa del Sol

An average annual temperature of 18C, warm inviting waters of the Mediterranean Sea, its long sandy beaches and an abundance of spectacular hotels and luxury facilities make the Costa del Sol is a playground for the rich and famous any time of year.

Unique - The Basque Coast

Cote Basque in northern Spain offers 252 km of coast bathed by the Cantabrian Sea and dotted landscapes in shades of green and intense blue. Mountains, cliffs, nature reserves and estuaries around the sandy beaches of shimmering gold. The setting is perfect for kayaking, sailing and surfing.


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