Here are the top 10 beaches spots in Spain you must visit!
With over 5000 kilometers of varied coastline, Spain has 17 autonomous regions with diverse culture and geography. Charming villages in different coastal areas with unspoiled coves and beaches. These ten beaches are perfect for a party, fun, adventure, and relaxing.
La Concha is considered as the distinguishing feature of San Sebastian. The beach's shape is like a seashell and is stretched about a mile wide, and offers spectacular views. From the city hall, you can see the golden sand beach with crystal clear water. The beach's length is something 1350 meters and width is 40 meters, making it more spacious for tourists and locals. You can take a walk around the long coastline.
Las Teresitas sits at the foot of mount Anaga's North West side of Tenerife. It is a mile long with a curved shape of golden sand with turquoise blue water and is busy year-round with locals and plenty of tourists. Teresitas is worth visiting because of its natural allure. Palm trees line the back of the village and the golden sand on the beach is imported from the nearby Sahara Desert.
El Cofeta is the crown jewel of Fuerteventura and is the wild beach you will see in all Canary Islands. It lies on the island's southernmost tip within the Jandia National Park, and the 10.5 km road is more of a dirt trail in the western part of Jandia National Park. The beach is an endless golden sand shoreline with wild seas and a wonderful sense of freedom.
Playa de Ses Illetes is a tiny island near the party island of Ibiza. It can only be reached via boat and feels like an isolated world. There are many other isolated beaches near Illetes. Still, Ses Illetes is the best of the bunch with its fine white sand and crystal clear turquoise water. The beach is busy during the height of the season. This spot is perfect for swimming because of its gentle shelves into the sea. Moreover, shallow water makes it ideal for kids.
Agua Blanca beach lies on the Spanish Island, Ibiza. It is 6.4 miles north-east of the town of Santa Eularia des Riu. And is famous as a nudist-friendly beach with an incredible coastline setting. The beautifully textured high cliffs, golden sand, and white-turquoise water make it the most attractive Spanish island. Here you will meet some people who had applied red mud over the body, so don't get scared. The dirt is from the cliffs for the benefit of the skin. Moreover, the beach looks more charming and fascinating during sunrise and mid-day, as high peaks cast shade in the late afternoon.
Cala Mitjana is a bay and beach located on the southern coast of Menorca surrounded by small pine trees. It also gives access to many other small beaches like Fustam Cala, Cala Escorxada, and Cala Trebaluger. This place has plenty of options for its visitors like cliff jumping, hiking, and other adventure sports. Moreover, the beach front sand area is deep, so there are some stalls and tables and chairs where you can hang out and put your picnic stuff.
Maspalomas beach is a 7.5 miles stretch of shoreline that is backed by Sahara-like dunes. The fine white-sand makes the beach more beautiful with some wind-sculpted dunes set against the blue sea. There are many daytime opportunities with remarkable nightlife. People walk around the shoreline, go surfing, and enjoy the incredibly isolated area for nude bathing. This desert paradise has a lighthouse that is 55 meters high.
Platja d'es Tench is the official name of the Es Trenc beach. The beach is 10 km long and 20 meters wide and extends between Colonia de Santa Jordi to Sa Rapita. The beach is not involved in any resort and is an isolated place that gives you a wild and natural feel. The fine white sand and bright blue sea attracts the locals and tourists. It is considered one of the most pristine and fascinating beaches on the island.
A fascinating stretch of 4 km fine sand and inviting sea is popularly known as Playa de la Victoria in Costa de la Luz in Spain. When you're in search of a little land and shallow sea, consider visiting Playa de la Victoria. It is in the new part of the town and is regarded as the busiest throughout the city. This beach is exceptionally sandy and is located in the north of Spain. It is undoubtedly one of the most breathtaking beaches in Spain.
To enjoy the charming traditional taste of Catalan life, head to Tamariu beach. This beach has fine sand and blue water with many different types of local amenities. Tamariu belongs to the municipality of Palafrugell and is considered an idyllic location on the Costa Brava. It is a diving site with incredible caves to discover and the immersed peak of Llosa de Cala Nova. Tourists can also explore the rest of the coves and bay.