Beaches in Spain

Top Beaches in Spain

With the arrival
of the summer I decided to conduct an informal poll among my family and
friends to find out what are the beaches they liked the most. 
After much discussion and deliberation we were able to agree which are
our top Beaches.

Playa-de-los-Muertos Playa de los
Muertos in Carboneras Almería
considered one of the best
beaches in Spain, this beach is actually very unique as it has a
feature that makes different from any other beach
in Cabo de Gata and for that matter Spain.  Playa de
los Muertos is perfectly straight as if it had been
deliberately drawn with a ruler but even more unique is its
name.   Have you wondered why it is called the beach of the
dead?  Apparently throughout history many bodies of
pirates, sailors and merchants were washed to the shore
due to the dangerous waters, the large amount of currents
that exist in these waters have been the cause numerous of
accidents and legends.
   
Playa-Maspalomas
Maspalomas, Gran Canaria
this beach offers something for
everyone from all kinds of water sports to bird watching,
sunbathing or just drinking at one of the bars along the
beach. Considered one of the best beaches of the Canary
Islands with its white sand, clear blue waters and dunes
formed by the wind Maspalomas is a natural paradise.
   
Playa-de-los-alemanes Playa
de los Alemanes in Zahara de los Atunes Cádiz

located in the Costa de la Luz it has
golden fine sand and turquoise waters the beach is quite and
clean.
   
Cala-Conta Cala
Conta in Ibiza
located west of San
Antonio after Cala Bassa it is a beautiful beach with
breathtaking views and gorgeous turquoise waters. 
During high season this beach is very popular so it is best
to get there early or come later on in the afternoon. 
The two main beaches are separated by a restaurant with
fabulous views
   

Playa de
Rodas Islas Cíes

t
his
is the most well known and one of the more spectacular beaches
in Spain belonging  to
the natural park of Islas Cíes in the province of Pontevedra,  Galicia.  It is considered one of the best beaches in the
world.  The Playa de Rodas is composed of fine white sand
and amazing clear waters.  To access the islands is
necessary to go by boat from either the port of Vigo or
Cangas

   
Playa
de Catedrales in Ribadeo
is a
spectacular beach when the tide is low visitors have the
opportunity to enjoy wonderful walks through the arches
the sea has slowly created on the cliff, as well as
exploring the numerous caves.  The beach can still be
enjoyed when the tide is high taking a stroll along the edge
of the cliff or drinking a caña while looking at the
fantastic views from el Restaurant de Las Catedrales
The place is a lesson on how nature once more has surpassed
man kind creating gothic arches even before man discovered
them. 
   
Playa-de-Oliva-Valencia Playa de
Oliva in Valencia
is spectacular with its clean fine
sandy beache that goes on for over 10 miles bordered by a
natural dune, the single divide between the orange groves
and the sea.   Enjoy the sea and water sports,
adventure and adrenaline or just chill in this beautiful
beach
   
Playa del
Papagayo Lanzarote
is a beautiful cove of fine white
sand and turquoise waters protected from the wind by a small
hill that stands behind it.  Because of its beauty
Playa del Papagayo has become one of the main attractions of
Lanzarote making it a very visited beach, particularly, in
the summer time when many tourist come to the shores of the
protected natural park of Los Ajaches to spend the
day.
   
Ses Illetes-Formentera Ses
Illetes Formentera
is one of the emblematic beaches of
the Balearic Islands consisting of a hybrid of blues and
malachite waters, subtle grains of sand and an environment
with little degradation.  Wooden walkways prevent
visitors from walking over the dunes and ensure their
conservation.
   
Playa del
Palmar Torrenueva
located in Verjer de la Frontera is
one of the biggest beaches in the area, it caters to a wide
variety of visitors anywhere from families to those seeking
adventure, as it is very well known in Andalucía for surfing,
bodysurfing and lately kite surfing.  It is also a good
spot for fishing. 

Note. the list of these beaches in
Spain is not in any particular order.

 



Have A Great Beach you like to tell us about?

Have you been to a great beach in Spain? Share it!




[ ? ]

Upload 1-4 Pictures or Graphics (optional)[ ? ]

 

Click here to upload more images (optional)

Author Information (optional)

To receive credit as the author, enter your information below.


(first or full name)


(e.g., City, State, Country)

Submit Your Contribution

  •  submission guidelines.





(You can preview and edit on the next page)




Return from Beaches in Spain to Spain Travel Unleashed Home Page






Spain Hotel Offers
Book your hotel in Spain