Best Beaches of Spain

 

La Concha Beach in San Sebastian

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This beach is awesome because of its location on the edge of a city; it provides a mix of both city life as well as the sought after laid-back coastal holiday feeling. It has been ranked one of the best beaches in the world. Being on the edge of San Sebastian, a chic coastal city, adds to the aesthetic value of La Concha and its proximity to the French border gives more glamor to its exotic nature. The city of San Sebastian has a cultural and culinary experience that makes it one of Spain’s best destinations. The beach therefore has a lot to offer.

Tamariu Beach in Costa Brava

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This diminutive beach provides an excellent setting for families that want to get some sun. It is one of the best beaches in Spain. Surrounded by what used to be a fishing village, the beauty of the beach is a direct result of the limited development and has therefore managed to maintain its charm and so has the village.

Es Trenc Beach in Mallorca

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This beach is famous, unspoiled, and rated one of the best in Spain. Located in an area that is known for its long sunshine hours, it is long but shallow at a popular place to take dip in the summer months to cool off and relax. The beach is very beautiful, and despite its remoteness it is very popular, so expect to find it very busy in the peak season. There isn’t a resort attached to the facility, but there are parasols and sunbeds for hire and other necessary amenities are provided. It is suitable for children because of its shallow water and sits close to wetlands and protected sand dunes that are home to marine vegetation and migratory birds, which is a bonus for nature lovers.

Mundaka Beach in Biscay

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This is one of the most famous beaches in Spain known more to surfers love to ride the big waves here. It actually ranks in the top ten of the best surf spots on the entire planet. The beach is long enough with huge areas of sand, but the tide variations favour the more energetic water sports more than swimming or sunbathing. There however are very nice bars and restaurants in the nearby village for visitors to try.

Rodas Beach

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Known to locals as the “Galician Caribbean,” the striking Illas Cíes are a trio of pristine islands in Spain’s northwest region of Galicia. The 3 islands lie partially exposed to the battering waves of the Atlantic Ocean, while their other sides face the Ria de Vigo, a tranquil estuary, and remains blissfully protected.
The Cíes can be reached by ferry from the town of Vigo and visitors should head to the 2 main isles, Illa do Monte Ayudo and Illa do Faro. These islands are connected by Rodas Beach, a sliver of sand embracing a sheltered lagoon.
Rodas Beach is arguably Spain’s prettiest, and its sparkling blue water and powder-white sands draw scores of tourists daily. Despite their popularity, the islands remain delightfully undeveloped — thanks to their designation as a nature preserve. Still, visitors will find a smattering of beach bars, a campground (reservations are required), a basic market and restaurant.

 

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