Very few countries can compete with the excellence of our Beaches. Spectacular sandy beaches with crystalline waters are distributed throughout the geography of our coastline, turning our coasts into a true earthly paradise.
Muro Beach (Mallorca)
Located in the Bay of Alcudia, to the north of Mallorca, this beach of crystalline waters turquoise color also stands out for its fine white sand. In addition to its extraordinary beauty, this sandy area of more than 5 kilometers in length also stands out for the magnificent natural environment in which it is located, included within the S’Albufera Natural Park.
Las Catedrales Beach (Lugo)
In the Lugo municipality of Ribadeo this is located spectacular beach in which they excel rock formations up to 30 meters high that, sculpted by the action of the sea and the wind, form arches and caves that at low tide create a landscape of extraordinary beauty.
Beaches of Comte (Ibiza)
Located in Sant Josep de sa Talaia, it is a set of small coves of fine and pearly sand and waters of an intense turquoise color. They also enjoy an extraordinary natural environment where the visitor will be able to enjoy at sunset a magnificent visual spectacle with the sun merging with the Mediterranean.
Las Canteras Beach (Gran Canaria)
In addition to being a large reserve of marine life, the main urban beach of The Gran Canarian palms It has among its peculiarities ‘La Barra’, an extensive formation of sandstone and reefs that protects the sand from the Atlantic currents and that when the tide goes down allows you to enjoy an authentic underwater paradise.
Silence Beach (Asturias)
The council of Cudillero, on the western Asturian coast, is home to this sandy area also known as the Gavieru. Throughout your half a kilometer in length, free of constructions, this beach in the shape of a shell and surrounded by cliffs and small islets allows those who come to enjoy it to breathe the peace and tranquility of a unique and almost virgin enclave.
Maro Beach (Malaga)
A few kilometers from the town of Nerja we find this sandy area with transparent waters that is hidden between cliffs. It is precisely its wild natural environment that gives this beach a special charm. thick dark sand and stones, and that each summer attracts a large number of visitors.
Carnota Beach (A Coruña)
The longest beach in Galicia, with its 7 kilometers in length, has many charms, but its rolling dunes and the surrounding marshes, which are home to a great variety of migratory birds and plant species. Located on the Costa da Morte, magnificent sunsets can also be seen from its fine sand.
Rhodes Beach (Pontevedra)
With a kilometer in length, this impressive shell-shaped sandbank, fine white sand, and transparent emerald waters is located in the Cies Island, which gives it even more charm. Surrounded by natural dunes, this ideal beach to visit with the family also stands out for the biodiversity that we can find in its spectacular surroundings.
Calblanque Beach (Murcia)
Located in the Calblanque Regional Park, we find this impressive beach, one of the coastal natural spaces that is preserved almost virgin. Losing yourself in its great natural wealth is a pleasure: long beaches of golden sands, fossil dunes, secluded coves to reconnect with yourself, mountain ranges that contrast with the blue of the sea …
San Juan Beach (Alicante)
It is emblematic sandy area of the city of Alicante it extends from the beaches of El Campello to Cabo de las Huertas. There are 6 kilometers of coastline of golden sand surrounded by a charming walk in which to let yourself be caressed by the sea breeze and enjoy the restful swaying of the waves.
Benijo Beach (Santa Cruz de Tenerife)
Located in the north of Tenerife, within the protected area of the Anaga Rural Park, its dark volcanic sand and gravel give a special charm to a beach from which you can contemplate privileged views of the Roques de Anaga and enjoy some magical sunsets.
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.